In Egypt, as well as in Tunis and Morocco, Islamists haven't fulfilled their longstanding pledge of prosperity and renaissance (Nahda). They, so far, have failed in fighting corruption, fixing the ailing economies, respecting human and minorities' rights, and advancing democratic agendas. And the more they fail, the less their credibility and image can be restored. Not surprisingly, many Arab people still take to the streets to express their frustration and disenchantment with Islamists' policies. For many of them, Islamists' ideology can't resolve their problems. Nor can it provide the salvation they aspired to after the many cases of immorality and incompetency.Love it. Islam is the solution! We heard for decades. Thank you Brother Morsi, but now we need solutions that are solutions. But yeah, dig out your Sahiih Bukhari and Muslim and Tirmidi and so on and tell us what Allah says about moving from a subsidy economy with a nepotistic, corrupt, intolerant government to a prosperous, just state. Oh yeah, and what does Allah have to say about feeding an overpopulated country with a tanking economy that is completely unable to produce enough food for its population?
Islam is the solution indeed.