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Gaddafi killed a lion and a lesson for the benefit of

U.S. newspapers reported the death of Colonel Muammar Gaddafi in Libya yesterday, and pointed to the implications of the event in the country and abroad, especially in Arab countries experiencing uprisings against their rule. She said the Washington Post that killedGaddafi throws light on the situation in Syria and Yemen.

The paper said that Gaddafi is the third leader of the fall in the Middle East, however,people in nine months, but the first was a bloody end.

She also said the scenes of his body, pulling a heightened sense of a revolutionary in the region amid hopes that the end stop of the blood of the rulers remained in power.
In the Yemeni capital Sanaa, thousands celebrated in the courtyard of the change and called for the overthrow of President Ali Abdullah Saleh, in the Tunisian capital as well as young men carrying flags came out on Libyan streets celebrating.
The newspaper quoted Khelil corner, which is a secular leaders of the bloc, saying in a party rally in Tunis "all tyrants who thought they would stay in power forever tremble now."
The newspaper said that the complexities of death and its impact on Gaddafi, Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, who shows no sign of backing down after nearly eight months of demonstrations, running is what commentators newspapers in the region.
She said that Essam Al-Zamil started in the newspaper today Saudi Arabia wrote in his account Ptoatr "Ben Ali fled, Mubarak in court and Gaddafi were killed, the greater the resistance to the tyrant to his people was punished severely," he said, "It seems that Bashar Saisalb to death in the center of Damascus."
The newspaper said that some activists have expressed their hopes that the end of the process of NATO Libya will free up his forces and enable them to assist the Syrian demonstrators, who demanded a no-fly zone, such as those that facilitated the work of revolutionaries Libyans. "
The newspaper quoted Omar Miqdad, a Syrian activist from the city of Dara, a fugitive in Turkey for eight months, saying "Maybe NATO is now free to intervene in Syria, and we hope so," he said "may receive the letter, which is that NATO is free now." .
But the paper made it clear that the hopes of this occurrence is not strong, President Barack Obama warned the "dictators" the Arabs, but he gave no indication that the United States will make efforts to remove them.
The newspaper said that Obama has called for Ali Saleh al-Assad and to relinquish power, but he did not show any reference to the use of force in order to achieve this.
It quoted the director of the Brookings Doha Sheikh Salman said that the possibility of international intervention in Syria seems far away, but away attention from Libya after the killing of al-Qadhafi and the Gulf States show signs of impatience with Syria will hasten very significant increase in pressure on Assad, Saleh, too.
Sheikh said "killing Gaddafi holds important lessons for other despots in the coming months, protests will not go away and we see a trend to use the weapon," he said, "I think we will see a serious approach to isolate the Syrian regime and increase the pressure on him."

The Wall Street Journal said that the echo killing Gaddafi hesitate to Damascus, hedeclared war on his people and ended up dead, and also announced Bashar al-Assad'swar on his people and walked in the way of Gaddafi, as does President Ali AbdullahSaleh, who has refused to cede power.

For its part, said the Christian Science Monitor, The end of Gaddafi became possible after the abandonment of people walked with him when he left, so that pushed him to fleeto fall into the hands of the rebels.

The newspaper said that his death came just three days before the election of the Constituent Assembly in Tunisia, which sparked the revolutions Arab nine months ago, and there are promises of being fair and transparent, where he received political activistsenough time to form parties, and this part of the process of building a stable democracy.

The newspaper pointed out that due to acts of violence and confrontations taking place inthe streets of Yemen, Syria and Bahrain as well as uncertainty over the elections in Egypt, Tunisia should be a leading example on a long road to representative government, whichprovided a model to overthrow the authoritarian regime of Ben Ali peacefully.

Source: The Washington Post + Wall Street Journal + Christian Science Monitor

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