Almost great majority of Egyptians do not want Muslim Brotherhood to rule the country. It is questionable why our administration gave $1.5 Billion to Muslim Brotherhood?
The Egyptian election is analyzed by my friend Dr. Tawfik Hamid:
The near-final results of the Egyptian presidential elections indicate that the final elections are likely to be between Mohamed Mursy of the Muslim Brotherhood and Ahmed Shafik who represents the old guard of the Mubarak regime.
They clearly indicate that the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) suffered a significant decline in popularity in the last few months since their historical control of the Parliament with more than 45% of the Votes. Also the results indicate that a significant percentage of Egyptians are turning against the idea of Egypt becoming a religious state since almost all supporters of Shafik, Sabahy and Moussa (approximately 58 % of the voters) are supporters of a secular state.