Supporters of the “terrorist” Muslim Brotherhood group, report Egyptian media, set fire to a butcher shop Saturday evening in Aim Shams, a suburb in Cairo.
The reason for this latest Brotherhood arson attack is that the owner of the shop objected to one of the Brotherhood’s protests. Three of the Brotherhood’s supporters were detained by intervening locals.
Violence from Brotherhood supporters during their marches and protests is common in Egypt. One of the worst incidences is when a Coptic Christian woman was attacked and murdered by a protesting Brotherhood mob—simply because they saw her cross, which exposed her as a Christian.
Retribution against those who refuse to side with the Brotherhood—or worse, who side with their enemies, namely current Egyptian president Sisi—is also common.
Thus, a six-year-old boy was earlier raped by a Muslim Brotherhood member who was “angered” at the child for singing praises to Sisi. He lured the boy into a shed, locked the doors, and proceeded to rape him, while saying, “You’re always holding pictures of this Sisi and singing his praises. Come, I’ll humiliate and break you—and your Sisi.”