Former president Morsi received his first prison sentence this week: Twenty years for inciting violence against protestors while in office. Afterwards his supporters took to protesting, but far fewer than once before. Even so, again, there was violence.
But by the end of the week the Brotherhood abroad reconstituted itself. And the first public statement included a seeming admission they were wrong to pursue a revolutionary path.
God, with passions divided let each pray their own way.
Further confuse the Brotherhood as it disintegrates, suffering the consequence of sins sowed over many years.
Further consolidate the Brotherhood as it reflects, recovering from sins suffered over many years.
Either way, may both pray to bless Egypt.
Either way, the Brotherhood is twisting. Twisting in the wind as prison sentences hit closer and closer to home, threatening death. Twisting in contortion to stay alive and stay united, as pressure pushes harder and harder from within and without.
And let each interpret again in turn.
Twisting the truth to fit the need. Reacting nimbly to those twisting the plot.
Either way, may all pray to bless the Brotherhood.
Bless them with wisdom, God, to reflect rightly. Bless them with courage, to act upon the truth.
Blessing friend or enemy, God, grant Egypt a righteous outcome.
Grant Egypt peace. Make her straight.