Abdel Rahman Mohamed-Cairo
The presence of Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El Sisi in the slogans and banners of the recent demonstrations witnessed in a number of Arab countries is extraordinary, and the specificity of Sisi is only a king and other Arab presidents.
As a result of the cheers of the participants in the revolution and the mobility of a number of Arab countries, including Sudan, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya, Syria and finally Lebanon, in addition to demonstrations and mass events in other countries such as Morocco and Jordan, Side emerged as a common enemy of the participants in these events, and receive a portion of their anger along with their system. They went against it.
This presence was attributed by observers to a number of reasons for pro-Egyptian Egyptian media provocation in dealing with the Arab movement, while others considered that the singing of Sisi did not reflect the general public, but real slogans by supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood, opponents most prominent of the Egyptian regime.
Egyptian pro-regime journalist Amr Adib denounces Tunisian singing of Sisi during the celebrations of Qais Said's victory as president of their country, and asks, "I want to understand the logic in this matter, tonight's victory, and you have aspirations and challenges, shouting against the Egyptian president? "
The broadcaster Ahmed Moussa also rallied, and considered this song paid by supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood, prompting a Tunisian activist to respond by saying: "I am not my brother, I am Marxist Lenini Stalini and insulting the Normal Side. Condemning Side is a sacrifice offered to justice and humanity. "
The extraordinary presence on the streets of Arab countries is reflected in the electronic reality, where many Arab activists celebrate the song, and highlight them in their tweets, listing what they see as the reason for the songs.
In return, supporters of Sisi tried to play down the songs, accusing the Brotherhood supporters of being behind them and trying to portray them as public populist songs.
The top of the coup pyramid
The leader of the Revolutionary Tomorrow Party, Ayman Nour, regards the presence of Sisi as the most prominent among those who shout at them in the movements of the people of Arab countries and have a close relationship with him as representing "the peak of the coup pyramid of the values of freedom, justice and dignity which they craved and desired, and the Egyptians paid a lot of blood. "
"There is no doubt that Sisi is the most complete model of the idea of counter-revolution and a coup against the people's revolution," Nour told Al Jazeera Net.
"The phone call against Sisi condemns in this way any army that seeks to deviate from its supposed role and plays a political role. They also condemn the system of counter-revolution, which is based on the idea of hostility towards icons, ideas, and ideal revolutionary values."
Nour links the focus of the Arab masses by chanting Sisi exclusively because of the frightening differences between revolutionary regimes, such as some Gulf regimes that are hostile to the Arab Spring revolution, and others turn against them, as is the case with Sisi and his regime.
Meanwhile, Essam Abdel Shafi, a professor of political science and president of the Academy of International Relations, believes that the attack on Sisi in the movements of Arab countries is due to the nature of Egypt's important role in all interactions and problems in the region, and Egypt's position at heart these people, and his perseverance in the rise of Egypt as a resurrection for all Arabs.
Abdel Shafi told Al Jazeera Net that the Arabs were aware that Sisi's presence represented a diminution in the status and role of Egypt, given its policies in supporting the forces of corruption and tyranny in their country, and its absolute identification with the policies of the Zionist entity in the region, he said.
Abdel Shafi pointed out the role of the Egyptian media in supporting Sisi in creating a state of ridicule, hatred and mobilization in the hearts of Arab revolutionary forces with their hostility against the will of liberation, support for the dictators and distorting movements in their country and its participants.