Egypt in what is the biggest need of IMF loan .. And "Brotherhood" pinning their hopes

The newspaper "Financial Times" that the British Egypt need to become more than just a loan from the International Monetary Fund (IMF), and confirmed that the presence of a real political consensus is crucial to the implementation of economic reforms in the country.

The newspaper added that while oscillating Egypt on the brink of economic, President of the Muslim Brotherhood, as well as their partners in the West, pinning their hopes on IMF loan, which has a $ 4.8 billion to save the country. She noted that in the best possible scenario would allow the loan flow external funding of about $ 14.5 billion to the country, but must adhere to the Cairo apply austerity measures, and remains domestic political support is something crucial to the success of this scenario, it is a precondition for granting the country the loan.
She said that the Brotherhood seeking work on the division of National Salvation Front, and delegitimize them, noting that when she called the group opposing factions for dialogue, headed by some to be converted into a mere opportunity for photo ops with those who have no influence on the political decision-making, as well as sought the group to develop legislationmore stringent and restrictive to limit protests paralyze civil society. 

Mohamed Morsi, the Brotherhood will U.S.

he duty to know every Egyptian Mohamed Morsi president did not come to Egypt, but to implement the will of the American Will endorsed by America to apply Islamic law as alleged and Ttohmon?

Certainly there are attempts by the leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood to implicate the army again in the face of the people to raise the pressure on the group and military blackmail if any public pressure
And finally say "we are Bntaaml with a terrorist organization organizer with him now the authority of the state and we must be very careful because everything in their conviction against the people goes."I wonder again where to go Egypt 

President Morsy scattered between poles of moderation and extremism

The President scattered between the poles of moderation and extremism, but he still has the opportunity to play a moderate role in the key issues in the Middle East, as the elected president of the largest country in the region.

Mursi faced protests that have occurred during the last period cruelly clear, no different from the style of his predecessor former Hosni Mubarak, resulting in dozens of deaths in the protests last week.
Many Egyptians fear that their government may be received advice from Tehran on how to suppress the protests «power as it did in Iran with the green revolution there in 2009.