I am trying to clarify several identified groups observed since the social turmoil in Egypt:
First you heard (the most) those young people who long for democracy and freedom in Egypt and rally for the ouster of Mubarak. Set M1
Then in the middle of the rally one blonde female CBS news reporter got assaulted on the street in the middle of a hot sunny Cairo day. The mob who attacked her accused her being a Jew spy in their rally for freedom. Set M2
After the country turned brief anarchy and the military took over. Vacuum in the local regions emerged nevertheless. Then you heard of (Muslims) Egyptians raided Copt churches. Set M3
Not long after that, we saw furious Egyptians stormed into the Israeli Embassy in Cairo. Their fury literally scared off all the diplomats in the building and tore down a thick concrete wall with bare hands. Set M4
The same night a Russian female correspondent (presumably blonde too) was once again accused of being an accomplice of the Jewry by the mobs. She was much luckier than the previous female journalist in Cairo though. Set M5
Not to say every protester is a mob in Egypt, but I wouldn’t be surprised to see a large part of those people are simply angry mobs. Democracy for Egypt? Don’t see it happening. Sharia theocracy? Great tendency from the populace. Junta authoritarian? Possibly the best solution for the West and Egyptians themselves.