Ahmed Maher, one of the founders of the Egyptian 6 April Movement wrote an OpEd in the Washington Post:
Our support for the transitional road map to new elections was
predicated on the military’s pledge that it would not interfere in
Egypt’s political life. The expanding role of the military in the
political process that we are nonetheless witnessing is disconcerting.
escalation in hateful rhetoric in the media against the Muslim
Brotherhood and liberals also concerns me a great deal. Rhetoric that
encourages the extermination of a whole political faction or calls for
imprisonment of its members, regardless of their views, is wholly
unacceptable. We refused to treat members of Mubarak’s regime this way
after they were ousted from power. How can we support such treatment of
the Brotherhood now?
No one can defend the mistakes committed by Morsi or the Brotherhood.
But is it not my right to question, with great concern, the deaths of more than 100 Morsi supporters, many of them by bullets to the head and chest?
my support for the June 30 revolutionary wave, and despite the fact
that it was a people’s movement before it was a military intervention, I
now see much to fear. I fear the insurrection against the principles of
the Jan. 25 revolution,
the continued trampling of human rights and the expansion of
restrictive measures in the name of the war on terror — lest any
opponent of the authorities be branded a terrorist.