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Islamic Revolt

• arclein
Egypt has often harassed the Qatar-based channel since it began in 1996, setting off a revolution in Arab media in the face of state-controlled information, but it had never before tried to shut down its operations completely. But the channel led the coverage of a Tunisian uprising when it began in late December and toppled Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali on January 14, even though it was already banned from the North African country.

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 This is not Islamists revolting.  It's run of the mill middle class, students and unemployed people who have been disenfranchised by their government and who want to take their government back from those supporting the international banking cabal and their minions.

HMMM SOUND FAMILIAR?  This is why homeland security was created, to keep us from doing the SAME THING right here in the good ole' USA.  Our government fears its own citizens more than any foreign power or terrorist org.

Eqyptians are fighting against the minions of the globalist elite.  Good for them.