I already commented on the questionable timing and choice of destination of Egyptian President Muhammad Morsi's first trip abroad, since the visit to Saudi Arabia might fuel complaints that the Muslim Brotherhood is under Saudi influence.
I'm a few days late in noticing the Saudis are helping that impression along on their own: the Saudi-owned Al-Sharq Al-Awsat ran a major story (image above left) on the history of relations between the Kingdom and the Muslim Brotherhood. The story is in Arabic at the link, but let's take a closer look at the photo (from 1936) that they chose to illustrate it:
No subtle messages there? Or perhaps not so subtle?