The Day After Mubarak
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  • Kenny

    “The solutions to the problems of the Arab world are long term,” and they begin with the Arabs looking long and deep in the mirror.

  • When you write “defeating Israel”, what can that mean other than destroying it? This general practice of mealy-mouthedness contributes to the problem.

  • Jacksonian Libertarian

    The “Arab Spring” isn’t “the Rise of the Arabs”. It’s not Israel and Arab humiliation that has inspired the Arab Spring, but rather American Culture as seen in Iraq. Justice as seen with Tyrants in cages and courtrooms, Democracy as seen with purple fingers raised aloft, and Free Enterprise as people open businesses and make money. This is about the changes taking place in Islamic Culture as it is assimilated by the superior American Culture. There’s no arguing with success.

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