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The '''Arab Spring''' is a phrase used for an [[Antiamericanism|antiamerican]]<ref>http://frontpagemag.com/2013/jeff-ludwig/arab-rage-unrest-and-anti-americanism-is-nothing-new/</ref> series of protests, riots, acts of terrorism, and general political instability in the Middle East and North Africa, which have been ongoing since 2010. The most notable events include new governments in [[Tunisia]], [[Egypt]] and the death of [[Libya|Libyan]] dictator [[Muammar Qaddafi]]. Also the president of [[Yemen]] [[Ali Abdullah Saleh]] fleed into the [[USA]].
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The '''Arab Spring''' is a phrase used for an [[Antiamericanism|antiamerican]]<ref>http://frontpagemag.com/2013/jeff-ludwig/arab-rage-unrest-and-anti-americanism-is-nothing-new/</ref> series of protests, riots, acts of terrorism, and general political instability in the [[Middle East]] and [[North Africa]], which have been ongoing since 2010. The most notable events include new governments in [[Tunisia]], [[Egypt]] and the death of [[Libya|Libyan]] dictator [[Muammar Qaddafi]]. Also the president of [[Yemen]] [[Ali Abdullah Saleh]] fleed to the [[USA]].
  
 
Today the [[Muslim Brotherhood]] controls [[Egypt]] and [[al-Qaeda]] is stronger in Yemen with control on some cities. In Libya [[Benghazi Attack|Islamists killed four ambassador of the United States]] and the new government wants to construct [[Sharia]] law.  
 
Today the [[Muslim Brotherhood]] controls [[Egypt]] and [[al-Qaeda]] is stronger in Yemen with control on some cities. In Libya [[Benghazi Attack|Islamists killed four ambassador of the United States]] and the new government wants to construct [[Sharia]] law.  
  
The policies of US President [[Barack Obama]] with regard to the Arab Spring seem to be in the interest of Muslim [[theocracy]], unlike previous American Presidents who have favored governments which are secular and pro-Israel.
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The policies of US President [[Barack Hussein Obama]] with regard to the Arab Spring seem to be in the interest of Muslim [[theocracy]], unlike previous [[President of the United States of America|American Presidents]] who have favored governments which are secular and pro-[[Israel]].
  
 
== See Also ==
 
== See Also ==

Revision as of 22:27, 21 February 2013

The Arab Spring is a phrase used for an antiamerican[1] series of protests, riots, acts of terrorism, and general political instability in the Middle East and North Africa, which have been ongoing since 2010. The most notable events include new governments in Tunisia, Egypt and the death of Libyan dictator Muammar Qaddafi. Also the president of Yemen Ali Abdullah Saleh fleed to the USA.

Today the Muslim Brotherhood controls Egypt and al-Qaeda is stronger in Yemen with control on some cities. In Libya Islamists killed four ambassador of the United States and the new government wants to construct Sharia law.

The policies of US President Barack Hussein Obama with regard to the Arab Spring seem to be in the interest of Muslim theocracy, unlike previous American Presidents who have favored governments which are secular and pro-Israel.

See Also

References

  1. http://frontpagemag.com/2013/jeff-ludwig/arab-rage-unrest-and-anti-americanism-is-nothing-new/