The outlawed Muslim Brotherhood has failed in spreading unrest in Egypt, especially after its calls for staging protests fell through.
The Brotherhood and its network of media outlets were involved in a campaign of disinformation about the situation in Egypt.
They used fabricated scenes and videos to give a wrong impression about the events of the past days.
However, this fabrication was uncovered by social media users.
Sacked army officer Mohamed Salah posted a video, claiming that it was of scenes from Egypt.
Nonetheless, the video, which showed demonstrators pelting police vehicles with stones and Molotov cocktails, turned out to be from the Gaza Strip.
Social media users in different governorates showed the failure of Muslim Brotherhood protest calls.
They demonstrated the inability of the Brotherhood to convince ordinary people to descend to the streets to protest against President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi.
Calm reigned on the streets in Cairo and Giza and the other provinces at the time of the presumed protests of the Muslim Brotherhood.
The outlawed group called for turning Friday into a day of anger. Nevertheless, come Friday, the streets were totally empty.
Brotherhood former member Ibrahim Rabie accused the group of working to spread violence to serve its own interests.
“It wants to destroy state institutions,” Rabie said.
He praised awareness on the part of ordinary people.
Rabie said all attempts by the Brotherhood to spread anarchy and destroy the Egyptian state fell flat.
He called on Egyptians to move to protect their own state against the terrorism practiced by the Brotherhood.