As the Egyptian army tries to win the hearts and minds of the people with their "fight against terrorism" campaign, the Muslim Brotherhood and its supporters are with each passing day being pushed increasingly against the wall. A number of Egyptians who reject the army as well as the Muslim Brotherhood accuse army supporters of having lost their humanity and the Egyptian media of misleading Egyptians.
The young revolutionary Amr Nazeer, 23, had to bury two of his cousins within a couple of days. They had gone to the Muslim Brotherhood protests to check on the bodies of relatives who had been shot during clashes. One of them was nowhere near the protesters when a bullet struck him in the head. When Nazeer returned to work after the funerals, he heard people saying that those “Muslim Brotherhood terrorists” all deserve to die.