Questions which the Brotherhood and Islamist Apologists will never Answer
Brotherhood and Islamist apologists forget that the first pillar of democracy is Rule of Law - something a Clandestine International Crime Organization will never talk about. We wish they will answer these questions:
How can they legitimize their secret organization? This organization has been engaged in clandestine operations working outside the realm of the law for 65 years, ever since the government decree to dissolve the Brotherhood in 1948.
How will they deal with their vast illegitimate assets, companies and secret accounts? Will they surrender them to the government?
When will they disband their militias and hand over the weapons that they have stored in the Sinai and throughout the country? Or do they expect Egyptians to settle for a Libya- or Syria-style state, ruled by militias?
What steps will they take to free their party and affiliated civil society organizations from being controlled and manipulated by an illegitimate secret organization?
What will they do in order to become an independent and purely Egyptian political party, free from overlapping interests with the global Muslim Brotherhood organization and in compliance with Egyptian laws requiring all political parties to be independent?
How will they disassociate themselves from manipulating syndicates and unions looting their finances?
How can they rewrite their political manifesto in a way that respects the sovereignty of Egypt, integrity of its soil and independence of its political will?
What ideological changes will they adopt in order to protect the national security of Egypt since they currently do not recognize the concept of a nation-state?
When will they disassociate themselves from earlier alliances with international terrorist organizations and end the "good terrorist vs. bad terrorist" act?
And most importantly:
When will they apologize to the Egyptian people and show sincere remorse, away from hypocrisy, lies and deceit?
How can they apologize to the Brotherhood's youth and their supporters and admit to the catastrophic mistakes the Brotherhood leaders have committed, which led to the current situation?
How can they convince the Egyptian people once again that they are their compatriots and that the Brotherhood is not a superior entity that claims to monopolize godliness?
Seeking to establish political competition between law-abiding political parties on the one hand, and some illegal, covert organization on the other, is pointless. In the past, this was a part of a theatrical competition that the regime allowed to serve its own purposes, but is no longer tolerable.