Or at least the lame-stream media is shocked.
Like the Tundra Tabloids reported, the MB will solidify it’s party’s hold in Egyptian society. The analysts who know better, like Barry Rubin, have been saying this ever since the troubles began. KGS
The military-led government already faces accusations that it is bowing to the surge in support for the Muslim movements, something that David Cameron warned of in February when he said Egyptian democracy would be strongly Islamic.
Benjamin Netanyahu, the Israeli prime minister, warned on Sunday that the direction of Egyptian politics was anti-Israeli. He told diplomats last week that Egyptian officials – including Nabil al-Arabi, the foreign minister – were pandering to political militants by branding Israel as the “enemy”.
“I am very concerned over some of the voices we’ve been hearing from Egypt recently,” Mr Netanyahu said. “I’m especially concerned over the current Egyptian foreign minster’s statements.”
An Egyptian court on Saturday disbanded the National Democratic Party, which won 80 per cent of seats in parliament in December’s rigged election. Hosni Mubarak, the ousted president, and his protégés are under arrest and threatened by prison.