" Muslim Brotherhood leaders campaigning for a "yes" vote have accused the opposition of being stirred up by foreign money from the Gulf, remnants of the old dictatorship of ex-President Hosni Mubarak or, alarmingly, of being dominated by Coptic Christians trying to divide the country.
"A message to the Egyptian church from an Egyptian muslim: I tell the church by Allah, if you conspire and unite with the opposition to bring Morsi down, we will have another talk," one well-known, rabble-rousing preacher, Safwat Hegazi, told a crowd of cheering supporters last week. Mr Hegazi is close to the Muslim Brotherhood backers of President Mohammed Morsi, and they have not dissociated themselves from his views.
"We say, I say to the church: yes, you share this country with us, but there are red lines, and our red line is the legitimacy of Dr Morsi.
Whoever splashes it with water, we shall splash with blood."http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/africaandindianocean/egypt/9747286/Egypt-goes-to-polls-for-referendum-as-chaos-looms.html