You should not be discouraged about the fact that the struggle in Egypt is actually against a much larger power system than merely the coup. Don’t think that this makes your challenge insurmountable, nor even more difficult. The opposite is true. The reality is that defeating the army is far more difficult, if not impossible; it is also unwise, and, of course pointless.
Redefining the struggle as an independence movement against neoliberal imperialism opens up for you a much more feasible, and effective method of confrontation.
The reflexes of business are reliable and predictable, and business is absolutely in the position to give you what you want. You just have to bargain with them in a way they will respond to. That means the disruption of their efficiency and profitability, together with specific political and socioeconomic demands.
You are in a position to fashion a new form of social movement to specifically respond to the new form of domination being imposed by the multinational corporate elite. And you are in a position that, frankly, if you do not do that, you will be dominated even if you are able to topple the coup.
There is simply no alternative but to confront the multinationals.