Under his proposed plan, the government would lift the state of emergency, stop mass arrests of Islamists and offer assurances that Islamists wouldn’t be excluded in future elections. In return, he said the Brotherhood would have to promise to hold only “peaceful protests” and not attack churches or state institutions.
Wait I thought they claimed up till now to have nothing to do with all the violence, and that they have been peaceful so far? Guess not.
Here’s a video of the aftermath of these peaceful actions of Muslim Brotherhood supporters.
Peaceful Muslim Brotherhood protesters receiving a supply of weapons (non-lethal, peaceful ones of course) during the Rabaa dispersion last week.
Captured August 14, 2013
Video with English and French subtitles showing some of the Muslim Brotherhood’s greatest hits - from the peaceful outright threats they made, to the non-violent attacks they have been conducting since July 3rd.
Muslim Brotherhood supporters carry the black flag of Al Qaeda during their protest in the district of Heliopolis in Cairo on Sunday.
Captured August 18, 2013
Muslim Brotherhood supporter voices his opinions by non-violent means last Friday in Cairo.