Baboons are out in to the street., wait until Friday Prayers are over.
The unfortunate thing in this Egypt soft coup is this guy
.. The Sisi general.. He has plenty of friends and family members from brotherhood..
CAIRO: When President Mohamed Morsi swept aside the ageing commanders of Egypt's military a year ago and named a soft-spoken, deeply religious younger general to head the armed forces, it was a demonstration that the military was now subordinate to Egypt’s first freely elected leader. Fast forward one year, and now it is the general, Abdel Fattah al-Sisi , who appears poised to sweep aside the president.
At the time of his appointment last August, the choice of Sisi, 58, seemed to suit both Morsi and the younger generation of army commanders seeking promotion after years under older generals, like 78-year-old Field Marshal Hussein Tantawi, Mubarak's defence minister for two decades...............
A career military man, Sisi was groomed for a leadership role after serving in top roles in the command, intelligence and diplomatic branches of the armed forces. Among his previous postings were a stint as defence attaché in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia,[/color] and command positions in the Sinai Peninsula which borders Israel and in the Northern Military Region which includes the second city of Alexandria. ........... n a military known for its secularism, Sisi is a devout Muslim, whose wife is said to wear the niqab full-body covering .............
“Islamic ideology penetrates Sisi's thinking about political and security matters,” he said, citing material Sisi produced while at the course. Steve Gerras, a retired Army colonel who was Sisi's faculty adviser at the college, described him to Reuters as a serious student and pious Muslim, open to the United States and passionate about Egypt's future.............“He was a serious guy. He is not a guy who would go to a standup comedy show. But at the same time he would stop by – I mean every week ... His eyes were always very warm. His tone was very warm.”
“It means he looks at the world from an Islamist framework so he would not want the whole project of Islamism to be destroyed and that's what is now in the offing because the Brotherhood has so mishandled things - Sisi probably feels to some extent betrayed by Morsi and the Brothers who have mishandled things so badly.”
Well General Sisi may feel to some extent betrayed by Morsi and his Brothers but Sisis must realize they have support of mobs from Mosques.. Sisi has plenty of friends from brothelhppd And we know what happened to Anwar Sadat .. Anyways read it all here
If it is not handled properly, things could go bad to worst..