Riyadh, Jan 29 (Agencies): Supporting Egypt President Hosni Mubarak, Saudi King Abdullah has slammed those tampering with Egypt’s security and stability, a state news agency SPA reported on Saturday.

The Saudi ruler, in Morocco recovering from back surgery performed in the United States, telephoned Mubarak on Saturday, state news agency reported.

During the conversation, Abdullah condemned "intruders" and said they were "tampering with Egypt's security and stability in the name of freedom of expression."

Saudi Arabia, he added, "stands with its entire means with the government and people of Egypt."

The agency said that Mubarak had responded by assuring King Abdullah that "the situation is stable (in Egypt) ... and what the world has seen is nothing more than an attempt by some suspicious groups which do not want stability and security for Egyptians."

Thousands of anti-regime demonstrators poured onto Cairo's streets again on Saturday as massive protests against the rule of

Mubarak raged into a fifth straight day.

Mubarak said he would replace his cabinet and vowed economic and political reforms in the world's most populous Arab nation, but showed no sign of easing his decades-old grip on power.