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"Arabic Spring" would it change something in the world?

It's took a long time before seing the middle east people acting and asking for their rights.
i almost seen every street in the arabic world holding the revolution and asking for a brand new day
but the question is
by the end of the old regimes and "lobbies' are we going to attend the fondation of democtratic systems and the establishment of peace ,security and human and citizen rights ??? or is it just the beginning of a serious security issue in that part of the wolrd??





I AM JUST HAVING A FREE WONDER


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ANY IDEAS OR EXPECTATIONS,???

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  • Nov 13 2011: I agree with you while it is good that the Arab People are trying to get rights and protections every human deserves, but when the dust settles they might not get the rights they so galliantly fought for. Just like in Iraq when we removed Saddam Hussein from power we didn't really help the people as much as we could have. Instead we opened the door to tribal warfare. In the end there is no way to be certain what will happen, but have hope that sense this movement was started by the people that will refuse to allow more dictators to rule now that they have seen their own strength.

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