It is a double catastrophe when violence turns into a phenomenon in the arena of political struggles and when some politicians and media figures justify this violence and grant its practice legitimacy. It is true that after the revolution we witnessed clashes between protesters and the police and clashes among supporters of different political parties. But what we see today is completely different because violence’s range has expanded and it displays harshness and malevolence. Violence no longer targets harming the other party and starving it but it has become linked to torture in some cases.
Who is perpetrating this violence?
Until now, we have not figured out exactly who is practicing this violence and no one disagrees about the fact that it is not like the Egyptians to perpetrate such violenceFahmy Howeidy