What began on the 25 January last year will most probably continue today: all over Egypt, demonstrations are to be held. It is not one of these small “Friday of…” demonstrations but there is a lot of anger, fury and disappointment and the protesters – seculars and liberals united – have clear demands. The live-transmissions from Cairo show already now a huge crowd. They demand that Moursi (meanwhile called “Moursollini”) retrieves the constitutional declaration, the Ministry of Interior be purged from the remnants of the old regime, the innocently imprisoned protesters are allowed their rights and a constituent assembly representing all Egyptians.
The Muslim Brothers called for a counter-protest for Sunday. They have cancelled it wisely. Same did the Salafists. However, this does not mean that they will not mingle with the crowd or lie heavily armed in wait in side streets.
What the old regime did in January and February 2011 in co-operation with the Military and the Ministry of Interior, is being done now by the MB in co-operation with the Ministry of the Interior (I ask again: where is the Military?). There are many footages, videos, photos and evidences about the violence against protesters or randomly picked-out passers-by. The MB are digging their own graves at full speed.
May there be a miracle!