What is the shape of Egypt in the event of one or more Muslim brothers head executive authorities? Are the street names and store banners going to change? Will the national anthem be kept? Will the flag be the same? How will be the fashion for men and women? What is the fate of public and private education? How will be the banks and money exchange companies? Will money employment companies be back? What is the form of taxes? What is the truth about the imposition of zakat (money taken from who have some)? How will be the foreign policy? Will the medieval vocabulary of atonement, infidelity and martyrdom be back? Are the rhetoric and speech of daily life going backward hundreds of years? Where will Egyptian culture be taken? Will history be rewritten? Will Censorship on arts and literature decide what to and what to not? How will the personal status be treated against laws? In which social grade will plunge Christians and women? How much freedom will be allowed to the media? Will sanctions be imposed on what is considered abuse of religion? In which direction will be the restructuring of police? Too many questions, and more, delivered their answers in the period after June 30, 2012, when Morsi took office. The provocative answers moved the feelings of the Egyptian people and brought him to boiling again, after January 25, 2011 who was thought to be the start of rescue and relief.
The Egyptian people suffered, and still does, from a status of dispersion and stalking, that was not resolved by the nearly equal presidential election, neither the winner won, nor the loser lost. No stream represents all the Egyptian people, yet there are those who claim that, Egypt is not in the pocket of the Muslem Brotherhood nor in any pocket, and will not. Flattening is believing that it is possible to control Egypt by internal and external lobbying, externally with the United States and Western Europe in exchange of turning a blind eye on internally restructuring Egypt. The United States is not to be entrusted on the interests of Egypt, and on the other hand cannot tolerate sex discrimination and violation of religious and personal rights that are typical of autocratic rule. It is gambling, and gambling is wrong, to just think that it is possible to redraw a state the size and location of Egypt, from naive illusions imagining to reshape Egypt thoughts and cultures characterized by religious and ethnic plurality.
The true and real responsibility was bigger than Muslim Brotherhood; instead of struggling to shade them out, they proved that doubts about their rule are correct, their heads were turned by what they thought imposing victory. After January 25, 2011 their all in all handling was not promising nor happy, it confirmed that they never learned from their past and their own experiences, and from the entangling 50% they barely got. Muslem Brotherhood did not appreciate the Egyptian people, his youth, his women, his intellectuals. Muslim Brotherhood compromised Egypt social and territorial security by freeing condemned imprisoned terrorists, and by opening wide borders with Hamas, they mixed up ruling a state for the sake of the state with ruling a state for the good of their worldwide organization. They do show blindness and deafness but to what they want and believe in.
Nowadays, autocratic regimes are doomed to fail. Egyptians did not rise up again out of the blue, enough is enough. Definitely, Egypt is not easy,it is not a biscuit state, it cannot be reformatted, i.e, brain washed.