By Souad Sbai
Cairo, the heart of Egypt, spills blood again. Investigations into the explosion that caused 20 deaths and over 40 wounded shortly after midnight on Monday, August 5 still continue. An accident, an attack or both options? A car that was traveling at high speed in the opposite direction and that crashed into three other cars causing the explosion of the explosive material that transported to execute a terrorist attack and that, therefore, was pursued by the police? This is one of the hypotheses.
The Prosecutor’s Office is interrogating the eyewitnesses, while analyzing the images of the surveillance cameras in the neighborhood and in front of the place where the tragedy occurred, the National Cancer Institute. Waiting for more clarification on the dynamics, in any case the incident takes the water to the mill of the Muslim Brotherhood and to their terrorist networks that continue to destabilize the country, from the Sinai down.
The goal is to keep the security alert level high, especially during the summer season. The Egyptian economy, which is in a constant state of difficulty, relies heavily on tourism to obtain the oxygen necessary to survive. But neither the survival nor the development of Egypt are the priorities of the leaders and members of the Muslim Brothers who received hospitality from Erdogan’s court in Turkey and Emirs Al Thani in Qatar.
From Istanbul to Doha, the red line of jihad closes the circle over Cairo, indifferent to the fact that the Egyptians took to the streets to say no to the Muslim Brotherhood and to president Mohammed Morsi. Even the Egyptians who criticize Al Sisi’s strong manners would never retrace their steps, they would never go back because they want to move forward, towards a future of democracy, freedom and human rights, without the Muslim Brotherhood.
However, the Brotherhood resists death and, with the support coming from Turkey and Qatar, continues to regulate the thermometer of internal insecurity in Egypt. That it would be a particularly hot summer was announced by the British Airways’ decision to suspend for a week flights to and from Cairo because of security reasons, after the alarm launched by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Government of London launched an alarm (Lufthansa was limited to only one day of suspension).
It has been a terrorist alarm, to be precise, as planned. Raise the alert level to move visitors away from beaches and resorts, bending Egypt to the point of unleashing new bread riots, with the aim of taking the reins to overthrow the current regime and seize power, establishing a fundamentalist dictatorship: the pattern of the Arab Spring is always valid and, therefore, yesterday’s explosion – an accident, an attack or a combination of both possibilities – has certainly cheered the Muslim Brothers who from Istanbul and Doha conspire Against the future of the Egyptian people.
It was a terrorist alarm, to be precise, as scheduled. Raising the level of the threat to move visitors away from beach resorts and tourist resorts, bending Egypt to the point of unleashing new bread riots, with the aim of taking the reins to overthrow the current regime and seize power, establishing a fundamentalist dictatorship: the pattern of the Arab Spring is always valid and, therefore, yesterday’s explosion – an accident, an attack or a combination of both possibilities – has certainly cheered the Muslim Brotherhood that from Istanbul and Doha plot against Egyptian people’s future.
Care must be taken not to fall into the Brotherhood trap. The best way to facilitate their plan of conquest is to give in to fear, abandoning Egypt, leaving Egypt alone in the face of the threat posed by jihadist terrorism that is always alive and ready to attack. Sharing the Mediterranean space, Italy is the first country in Europe that should show closeness to Cairo: the beach government of these days should not forget it!