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Why Egyot will not soon become democratic

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Submitted by sufi imdad ali soomro (Pakistan), Feb 10, 2011 at 23:37

Why West generally and US particularly, at this stage are eager to somersault in order to support democracy, rule of law, justice and so on. Why they remained silent about three decades because embattled president (Hussaini Mubarak) was serving the interests of US and Israel.

When US and allies got confirmed news that (Brother hood- Political party) has no strong roots in the masses and toppling of president would not create vacuum for Brother hood and Israel position by any way will not affected, they pulled the support of Egypt and gave loud and clear message to Arabs, if they do not follow dictated policies of US in the region, they would face same fate.

Still Arabs are resisting and emphasizing US to not involve directly. Right now US has adopted cautious policy and have launched diplomatic move to convince Arab world that change is inevitable. Arab world may agree for graceful exit of president of Egypt but it gives clear cut warning further intervention may jeopardize the relations with US and its allies.

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