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Submitted by Robi3304 (United States), Mar 7, 2011 at 21:47

What are the chances of a Turkish intervention to negotiate with Qaddafi, talk him out of office, and set up an agreement to instate a Muslim Brotherhood leader to oversee governance in Libya? Is there any validity to this possibility?

What viable chance exists that a government will arise that embodies the true desires and objectives of the Egyptians and those of the other people of Arab and Middle Eastern nations? Will these people be misconstrued by the media and vernacular politics to conform to a false majority consensus and be made out to appear in support of a Shari'a based governance in these areas of unrest? Is there an alliance that has become apparent that will put aside 1400 years of violence and discord among Muslim sects to incorporate an ultimate world order agenda for Muslim nations?

My appologies for the questions. If these have been previously addressed, please direct me to the content.

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