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    • Israeli Historian
    • 03.03.11 | 15:46 (IST)

    election if most voters don't like His//her policies and performance. We are not like Arab authocracies, dictatorships and royal "governments" I see that you don't like Natanuahu's policies. Niether do I. But I have to wait and vote against his party and some coalition pparties to change. We Israelis do not have to riot for 18 days to remove aleader whom we don't like. We want send natanyahu into exile in Eilat or Sram ESheik to follow your example of removing Hosni Mubaralk. If Egyptians would be true democrats you wouls let Mubarak finsh hi term in office in September.. HE promised not to run again for Presidency in Sptemeber. Given that Mubarak is gravely ill, and wouldn't undertake another kick at the power. why didn't Egeyptians insist of humiliating thisold man, regardless of his past track record a President... You are not democrats by a long shot.

    from the article: Egypt prime minister quits amid calls for Mubarak-era purge
    First published 12:09 03.03.11 | Last updated 12:09 03.03.11
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