While the Egyptian Chief General Abdel Fattah al-Sisi of the Egyptian army seems to be convinced that the situation in Egypt and especially in the capital Cairo is “stable”, many people were injured in the clashes today.
According to the Saudi state news agency, the Egyptian Army Chief General Abdel Fattah al-Sisi has told King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia that the situation in Egypt would be stable while the Egyptian Interim President Adly Mansour has finally made the expected stet and dissolved the Egyptian parliament. Afterwards, the Egyptian Interim President Adly Mansour has appointed a new head of the Egyptian general intelligence.
Meanwhile, the situation in the streets of Egypt doesn`t look like it is a very stable and secure country. Many people were injured in clashes between supports of the ousted Egyptian President and Pharaoh Mohamed Morsi and the opponents of this Muslim Brotherhood farce in the Nile Delta province of Beheira.
In addition, the Egyptian police has fired tear gas at both, supporters and opponents of the last Egyptian Islamist President Morsi in the northern province of Egypt. According to reports, tens of thousands of supporters of the ousted Egyptian Islamist Morsi took to the streets in the entire country. The Muslim Brotherhood has previously called on its supporters to take the streets on this “Day of Rejection” and to show the world and the Egyptian military their support for the ousted president Mohamed Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood itself, of course.
In the Egyptian capital Cairo, the supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood, partly not well educated or just religious fanatics and from the countryside, have denounced the acts of the Egyptian army and, as mentioned here, demanded the reinstatement of the “first democratically elected president of Egypt” – as if this is true.. My ass.
Some pro-Morsi protesters and members of the Muslim Brotherhood made statements like “May God bring Morsi back to power”; for example, in front of the Rabaa al-Adawiya Mosque in Cairo. In addition, thousands of protesters marched to the University of Cair, where also hundreds of supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood camped. In terms of religious fanatics and such topics, there is just a small difference between some jihadists in Syria and some Muslim Brotherhood-supporters in Egypt – one of them does not kill daily.
There are also reports that some were killed in clashes in Egypt and that some army forces might be guilty for the killing of some civilians but since the “eyewitness reports” of the days of the first “Arab Spring” in Egypt and, of course, in terms of all the “eyewitness” from Syria, one should wait for the truth and some confirmations. People tend to talk much when it`s in their favour and especially when they have a specific aim or know how to misuse the Western “democratic, human” press.