It's the status quo that brought the Egyptian revolution; both domesticaly and externaly - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Chris the Canadian
    • 01.02.11 | 04:22 (IST)

    It's not just Mubarak's disregard of the Egyptian population that brought the revolution in Egypt. Sure Mubarak did the greatest part but other countries and especially Israel have to share some of the blame. After a couple of decades, everyone just took Mubarak for granted without paying attention to what the common Egyptian wants and think. If Israel did not poison even more the atmosphere in Egypt by committing so many atrocities to it's neighbors and relentlessly continued to build illegal settlements; maybe a less radical party than the Brotherhood would be the popular alternative to Mubarak's regime. Now, a lot of other “moderate” countries in the Middle-East are starting to be inspired by the Egyptian pro Sharia revolution. Who can blame them? Israel's disregard for international laws and the U.S unconditional support of Israel sure does not help promote a stable atmosphere in the Middle-East.

    from the article: PM warns Islamists could take control in Egypt; Israel approves Sinai troops
    First published 01:59 01.02.11 | Last updated 01:59 01.02.11
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