Yes, that may come as a shock to Israel and many Zionists alike but this interesting piece in McClatchy explains why so many of them in Egypt will be involved in the future of their country, as they should be:
In the midst of Egypt’s turmoil, the Brotherhood issued statements saying it wouldn’t field a presidential candidate and was committed to the country’s treaties, a reference to Egypt’s longtime peace agreement with Israel. Now, several young activists said, the Brotherhood should revisit its controversial stance that no women or non-Muslims will rule Egypt.
“Very soon, and it’s happening already, there will be no such thing as the Muslim Brotherhood anymore. The organization will be there, but it will have been transcended,” said Ibrahim el Houdaiby, 27, whose grandfather and great-grandfather were supreme leaders of the Brotherhood.