Wazit wrote:... Why is the army suddenly backing Mubarak now?
EDIT: Scratch that, Mubarak has stepped down and the army has taken over, apparently
zepherin wrote:He isn't seeking reelection and elections are coming this September, I think the protesters are a bit unreasonable at this moment.
Rival wrote:If you would earn 80$ a month, with prices of products only about 4x times lower than those in Europe, you'd be pissed off, too.
Mathias wrote:But will the new person be a supporter of ours (US) or not? This is what my roommate is concerned with. Egypt is apparently our only support in the Arab world.
Mathias wrote:He doesn't trust that guy because of certain supporters he has.
Mathias wrote:Egypt is apparently our only support in the Arab world.
Mathias wrote:I think that brotherhood is who he's concerned about. He said they were supporters of his.
zepherin wrote:Well except, the Saudis,
Rival wrote:Meanwhile Algeria seems to be stirring up,not as much as Egypt did, but still.
Wizard wrote:So, the Iranians are pretty pissed off, huh?
smileyblacksun wrote:There seems to be a very big rash of censorship by middle eastern governments. First Iran now Eygpt, I wonder if these are the only incidents, or the only ones that have managed to get out before the governments locked down on the information flow...
Mathias wrote:At any rate, either would make for an interesting evening headline. (I am not joking; some news offices might feel this way.)
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