With the overthrow of the Egyptian President by the army, strange alliances have formed. The radical Salafi Muslim groups, which are more radical than the Muslim Brotherhood which the former President represents, have allied themselves with the army. It would seem the more radical groups would be more antagonistic towards the army than the Muslim Brotherhood. It makes very little sense. Maybe it is another case of being more interested in power than standing up for what one believes in. http://www.jpost.com/Middle-East/Egypts-harvest-more-fruitful-than-Brotherhood-312095 Either way, IMO, the United States should withdraw all support from Egypt, as none of these groups battling for power have anything in common with our country, and certainly not in our national interests. How much money will we as Americans spend to influence which degree of an enemy to our way of life gets into power?