I was reading a blog post by Ayaan Hirsi Ali on the Huffington Post and this section of it caught my attention:
Why are the secular democratic forces in Egypt so much weaker than the Muslim Brotherhood? There are a number of factors. One reason is that they are an amalgam of very diverse elements: There are tribal leaders, free-market liberals, socialists, hard-core Marxists and human rights activists. In other words, they lack common ideological glue comparable to the one that the Brotherhood has. Finally, there is a deep-seated fear that opposition to the Muslim Brotherhood, whose aim is to install Sharia once they come to power, will be seen by the masses as a rejection of Islam altogether.
The Muslim Brotherhood’s desire for Egypt and any country they are involved in is to implement Sharia as part of the legal system. We see this in the U.S. as well. When there is protest, CAIR which is associated with the Muslim Brotherhood, rushes to defend the use of Sharia. Egypt soon will fall and will be rebuilt as an Islamic country with the Muslim Brotherhood directing it. Egypt will most likely end up breaking ties with Israel and we will move one step closer to the prophecy of end times.
This is not a time to fear, but to rejoice if you are a Christian.