Now the real battle begins. The problem is in the Muslim world they don't do things like normal
people on the rest of the planet. Where we have societal approaches to government we may
indeed have uprisings and others coming to power. The ultimate goal is to be inclusive and
bring people together to form some form of democratic government.
In the Middle East they divide themselves into little tribes, and from there they foster the interests
of their own little special interest group like the Muslim Brotherhood, Hamas, and other such
divisive groups. In the end they tear the place apart and nothing is resolved until the next uprising.
Iraq, Iran, Lebanon, Tunisia, Egypt they are all the same. That part of the world is still tribal in
nature and that leads to more instability. The only governments that make progress are the
repressive regimes like Saddam. Nothing has been resolved and the end result will be the same,
more dictatorship and fundamentalist rhetoric. Real democracy is as rare as hens teeth in that
part of the world.