What we've seen in the recent months might very well be the start of a move towards democracy in the Middle Eastern region just like the one we saw in Eastern Europe in the end of the 20th century. There are many other nations that could potentially go the same way as Tunisia and Egypt already have and as Libya seems to be about to. That list even includes your favorite enemy Iran. There will certainly be more problems in some countries than in others, but ultimately moves toward democracy will receive strong support from the EU and US. The notion that Israel is a "reliable asset to counter Iranian presence in the Middle East" is laughable. What do you think Israel can do? It has zero diplomatic influence with its neighbours and the US isn't exactly interested in seeing Israel start a very bloody war by invading its surrounding countries.
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