Der Spiegel realizes what's behind Islamism in the Middle East:
The average member of the Muslim Brotherhood isn't a rabble-rouser, either he's a doctor, pharmacist, teacher or lawyer. He wears Western trousers and shirts, not the ankle-long dishdashah garment traditionally worn by Arab men. He's middle class and he's filled with rage. Rage over what he sees as the close cooperation between his government and the hopelessly corrupted West. Kept from pursuing his political aims, he is often a functionary amongst his contemporaries in Arab professional associations for doctors, engineers and attorneys.
Those who cure us will kill us.