Egyptian state security have already “arrested 20 rioters belonging to the Muslim Brotherhood” in a number of cities and provinces for trying to disrupt the presidential electoral process hours after polls opened on the first day, including through banditry, as happened in the Sanuras province, or by threatening voters, as happened in the village of Dafnu.
In other areas, followers of the Muslim Brotherhood protested and rioted, holding pictures of former Brotherhood president Morsi.
Many in Egypt expect more such disruptions from the Brotherhood, including possible acts of terror.
Conversely, the military that ousted and imprisoned many key Brotherhood members, and which has since been targeted, is especially on guard for any potential attacks.
While some may say that the Brotherhood and its supporters are only engaging in such desperate acts because they feel they have been treated unjustly after the June 2013 revolution saw the ousting of Morsi, it should be noted that even before Morsi became president, back during the 2012 presidential elections, they also terrorized people into voting the “right” way.