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  • Friday ,20 December 2013

What should we learn from the Muslim Brotherhood?

Dr. Raafat Fahim Gendy

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Friday ,20 December 2013

What should we learn from the Muslim Brotherhood?

By the end of the year 2013, the Muslim Brotherhood was removed from power. Furthermore, a great leader appeared on the political platform and got many fans among the Egyptian; I mean Egypt’s defense minister Gen. Abdul Fatah al-Sisi. This man opposed not only the Muslim Brotherhood and many terrorist organizations, but also the American CIA that supported them. He was apparently supported by some sort of a divine power to succeed.

Many years ago, there was a great state of chaos in Egypt with the evacuation of the French campaign, which lasted until Mohamed Ali was chosen to lead the country. Now, we have similar state of chaos after the removal of the Muslim Brotherhood from power, which should end after a great leader, like Mohamed Ali and Gen. al-Sisi, leads the state.
After the attacks of 9-11, the Americans decided to give up some of their freedoms in order to regain security. Thus, we have to do the same in Egypt even by accepting some restrictions and laws like the protest law. We have to put an end to such chaos, as it is far from being “creative”.
Egypt is moving on to achieve the army-led road map. Therefore, we have to participate in the upcoming referendum on the 2012 amended constitution in order to take the first step toward stability aspired by all Egyptians, and should prevent falling in a cycle of chaos and sabotage.
The Muslim Brotherhood announced they would boycott the referendum trying to minimize the numbers of citizens who will participate. We should learn from their perseverance on what they believe in. Even if they are evil or terrorists, we may learn from their wisdom and perseverance. We should apply roadmap and prevent them from ruining it!