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    • Wise one
    • 16.05.11 | 14:41 (IDT)

    I find this article trying to sum up the history of everything and get a conclusion all in the space of 5 minutes. If history has taught us something, it is to expect the unexpected. Removing Hosni Mubark was unimaginable, a spark from Tunisia taking the arab world by storm is unheard of and Gadafi finally about to be thrown out what an achivement. You could’ve waited till election time in Egypt to see if it actually grim or the long and tough process of freedom. Finally, as all Israelis do, you are judging this from your own perspective and not from an arab point of view, too quick.., take a chill bill and wait, you will be surprised! Not necessarily does it mean great news for us in the near future, but by anyones measures, it is a step in the right direction

    from the article: The future of the Arab uprisings is looking grim
    First published 02:39 16.05.11 | Last updated 02:39 16.05.11
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