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Submitted by Peter Herz (United States), Oct 20, 2011 at 20:25

My guess is that after a round of tribal infighting, "liberated" Libya will end up with another evil man in the saddle. As for Iraq, I suspect that after the USA is no longer watching, another bloodthirsty sectarian despot will take power. Further, none of the "liberated" Arab countries show any sign of giving a fair shake to their religious minorities, or backing down on their demonization of the Jews. I'm not very optimistic about what the future holds.

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