I am against the Muslim Brotherhood as a whole. I criticized the group when it was in power, and said it consists of Nazis and fascists with corrupt politics. I confronted it as per my absolute conviction that it is full of deceitful and misleading liars, and that it does not deserve to rule a country such as Egypt.
I am very glad with the outcome of the June 30 protests, and with the overthrow of President Mohammad Mursi. I had written a lengthy article explaining how we would all suffer if he was not ousted. Army chief Abdel Fattah al-Sisi is a patriotic man who fulfilled the people’s aspirations of removing this group from power.
If I could go back in time, I would have called on people to vote for Mursi, because the fall of the Brotherhood could not have been achieved by suppressing it.Bassem Youssef