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Submitted by Stephen J Balog (United States), Aug 10, 2009 at 09:05

These pictures are worth a thousand words, but here are a couple thoughts anyway…

It's easy to see why the Islamists hate their rulers and want to overthrow them – they are phonies and not "true" muslims. The critical questions are:

(1) Where do the masses stand? ie. Do they want to wear burqas or do they just want to get rid of the corruption at the top?

(2) Can they have the later without the former? Or like Iran, does a country have to have an Islamist phase first immediately after the overthrow of the "strong man"?

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