Friday, January 14, 2011

Middle East

"The historical significance of what happened in Tunisia is huge.  This  is the first time an Arab dictator is overthrown by a popular uprising.   It is too early to speculate whether this will or can spread, but I  think one lesson is too obvious: the Arab people has realized that  overthrowing a regime is much much easer than they had thought.   If the  Iranian Revolution had an impact on Arab politics, this will certainly  have an impact," - As'ad, at angryarab

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