Islamists: Egypt army enemy after deadly clashes.....
Egyptian soldiers and police clashed with Islamists protesting the military's ouster of the president in bloodshed that claimed at least 40 lives, officials and witnesses said, and plunged the divided country deeper into crisis with calls by the Muslim Brotherhood's political party for all-out rebellion against the army.
The carnage outside the Republican Guard building in Cairo — where toppled President Mohammed Morsi was first held last week — marked the single biggest death toll since massive protests forced Morsi's government from power and brought in an interim civilian administration.
Even before all the bodies were counted, there were conflicting accounts on how the violence began — with Morsi's backers saying it was an unprovoked attack and the military saying they came under assault first.
But the violence is almost certain to draw sharper battle lines between Morsi's Muslim Brotherhood and their opponents who claim Morsi squandered his 2012 election victory and betrayed the democratic spirit of Egypt's 2011 revolution by seeking only to bolster his and the Brotherhood's grip on the state.
Soon after the attack, however, the Al-Nour party, an ultraconservative party that had been talking to the new government about participating in the political process, announced it was withdrawing its support for the transition plan in response to the "massacre.".....snip~
I don't think anyone is surprised that the MB would respond with Violence. While trying to say they are standing for Democracy. What is quite amusing is any who listen to what the MB have to say in the First place. Especially news sources. While it is understandable to get their side of the story. But accepting what they say as the truth, and without question. Would be ridiculous.