Behind the evident anger, a man of a common sense shalt look into the reasons and motives aiming to devise techniques to ease the towering rage. Lengthy deathly silence towards widespread anger and discontent can turn into a curse of potential uncontrollable tensions. We have seen ‘rough waves of anger’ washing away against Egypt Muslim Brotherhood’s headquarters in Cairo’s Al-Mokattam district.
Those tidal waves of anger have been originally erupted when the Egyptian President falsely claimed to become the elected ruler of all the Egyptians. Unfortunately, the Egyptian president has preferred to be on the lucrative Brotherhood’s side following and seeking the MBs’ instructions and help. Turning a deaf ear to other parties and political powers in the country as well as delivering hollow promises have provoked in return widespread howls of outrage against the president and the MB.
He killed the dreams that drawn on the walls of Tahrir Square, and hundreds of martyrs and injuries paid the prices of the practices perfectly done by a brotherhoodizing “President and Group” to divide the Egyptian society and increasing the polarization, and scorning the others by using the religion as a method.
It seems that in the last paragraph I couldn’t control my anger and I didn’t follow my psychiatrist’s advice…simply because any person voices his\her anger by a curse, silence, scream or even by hurling molotov cocktail at the headquarters of Muslim Brotherhood. The anger is the same for the young and the old; it is not a machine or rather a remote control by which you can control your feelings. What mobilized the 25th January Revolution except the intense anger facing the aggression committed against the youth who protested at the first day of the revolution?! This is the same scenario used by the Muslim Brotherhood when they attacked President Morsi’s opponents outside the Presidential Palace over and above stripping bare some protestors in an unforgettable scenes, so what are they waiting for?
No one shall support violence, assault on others’ properties or taking the law into one’s own hands against opponents. Murder has to be practiced only in war fields when your enemy is armed, so you are forced to kill him before he does, while civil parties shall be using political methods to beat their opponents.
If anyone breaches this principle, he has to be stopped from assaulting people in the name of revenge. However, this idea was not comprehended by the Egyptian opposition which was divided in the presidential elections and further split when it has considered fighting in streets as a solution to beat a violent group.
Beyond the anger dominating Egypt’s scene, we will find no winner among all the parties, as no one can rule a country that has lived under a tyranny regime for years and suppressed its people’s rage for a long time.
No one can either control the Egyptians’ wrath now even if the outlaws are the sole group who represents such suppression. Nor economy that lived to feed the rich people only and has neglected the poor one, so it is now the biggest loser which portends the anger waves which are able to sink home ship especially if the scene is briefly said by prophet Muhammed ‘peace be upon him’
(‘The likeness of the man who observes the limits prescribed by Allah and that of the man who transgresses them is like the people who get on board a ship after casting lots. Some of them are in its lower deck and some of them in its upper (deck). Those who are in its lower (deck), when they require water, go to the occupants of the upper deck, and say to them: ‘If we make a hole in the bottom of the ship, we shall not harm you.’ If they (the occupants of the upper deck) leave them to carry out their design they all will be drowned. But if they do not let them go ahead (with their plan), all of them will remain safe’)