Description: a small demonstration ranging from 500 to 1000 pro-Morsi folks, roam a vital street in Cairo back and forth, throw an insult here and a brick there and intentionally block the road to punish the citizens who have accepted the ouster of Morsi, and pray in the middle of the road (even if it’s not the prayer time) once a police car or the army arrives. The photographer is ready for filming to discredit the army with pictures, and spicy comments emerge about “an assault by the soldier on the worshipers”, to mobilize more people to “defend religion”!
The result: the demonstration angers the citizens/residents of the neighborhood and its workers from street vendors and shopkeepers, so they try to persuade the protesters to leave the area. After some push and pull the pro-Morsi planned battle begins, and the photographer starts again taking pictures of the bloodshed from a single side only, while photographers from the other side are beaten and their cameras confiscated. Commentators speak about the poor victims of Brotherhood, and trade with the blood of those who think they do this for a cause.
If the police intervenes, they are helping the “thugs” (i.e., the “not fashionable” people of the neighborhood defending their interests), and if they do not intervene, then the “thugs” must be “police in disguise, or hired”.
This scene was repeated by the MB group in several provinces over the past two days with slight variations, but most of the demonstrations end in the same way.
The citizens began to understand this scenario, so when news arrive that the Brotherhood demonstration is coming in a few hours to the neighborhood, this has become a wake-up call for them to close the streets to prevent the entry of the demonstration in anticipation of the above scenario, played by the miserable perishing MB group.
See also: Pro Morsi Peacefulness: Few Examples.