The objective, they said in interviews, was to demonize the Islamists in the eyes of
Many said the sequence of events since the forced removal of Mohammed Morsi, Egypt's first freely elected president, suggested that the Egyptian military had concluded beforehand that there was little or nothing to gain from negotiations with the Brotherhood, that they would rather deal with it as an insurgent group that presented a security threat and not as a popular movement.
Partly for that reason, Roberts said, it was by no means clear that the Brotherhood would be crippled in the new period of uncertainty now confronting
Egypt. Likewise, he said, Egypt's
armed forces do not necessarily have the upper hand in the struggle despite
their overwhelming advantage in weapons.
There are church attack-- these attacks MB nothing to gain, can be done by anyone, people civilian cloths attacking shooting people behind Morsi supporters, soldiers are hugging babies ads all are military try to portray positive image on public.
Update: If Egyptian people they want fast track to reach to where they want to go without bloody civil war, both side ( Morsi side and the Opposition who lost election to Moris, or Islamist and secular) should come to together, strike deals and against the military.
Freedom and Justice Party sounds is much political!