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As Egypt Goes- So Too Does All of Islam

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Submitted by M. Tovey (United States), Feb 1, 2011 at 13:32

History has told us when we see the movement of the spirit of a people, there needs to be special attention paid. Egypt, though not actually first in this latest restive activity in the Middle East, is still one of the more compelling to watch. We now can get a modern look the same way the world gawked at the uprising of the Third Reich.

And as speculated by many including this reader, its spread is inevitable. Jordan has already conceded its vulnerability and has made motions to secure its internal security. But the circumstances are that it is too late to diffuse what has been simmering for too long.

Since it is this reader's contention that Israel is the focus of all that we see going on, how Israel reacts is going to be an indication to the world wanting its chance to impose further intentions on the Middle East of how they might get what they desire: peace at Israel's cost.

The page is turning, but is anyone ready to read what is expected next? All we can do is wait, and hopefully see a different result than the one which is more than likely going to happen.

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