The Brotherhood denies any involvement in the burning of churches, but the evidence is clear: Muslim Brotherhood supporters blamed Christians for the popular uprising that toppled the Morsi government, and terrorized them accordingly.
The semi final report drawn up by the fact finding committee set up by the National Council for Human Rights (NCHR) on the acts of violence at Rabaa and al-Nahda violence said Rabaa and al-Nahda sit ins were not peaceful as sit inners were supplied with different kinds of arms.
The report said the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) members were bringing in supporters from the governorates neighboring Cairo and Giza and gave them sums of money.
The report said non Egyptians took part in the two sit ins . The report said sit inners blocked roads in the vicinity of Rabaa and al-Nahda and destroyed infrastructures of neighboring governments’ facilities .
The report said MB members used Rabaa Mosque as a meeting place and stole two TV transmission cars and used them in transmitting al-Jazeera TV channel programs.
The report accused MB supporters and religious currents of setting fire in a number of churches in Upper Egypt and some houses belonging to Christians.
The report also accused the Ministry of Interior of accumulating prisoners in small cars which led to the killing of 37 victims.