You have a website or blog you want to earn money all of this alsoHe attributed the outbreak of the American Academy revolutions Arab spring to the failure of authoritarian regimes in the region to fulfill the promises made to its citizens, claiming at the same time that Islamic movements were not the cause.
Said John Owen, professor of political science at the University of Virginia and author of the "clash of ideas in the world of global politics", said that although the Arab regimes authoritarian continued to alternate in power, from the fifties of last century to Osmaninyate, but the economies of these countries eventually hit by the recession and exacerbated debt and felt educated segments of the population promises preached by the establishment of a thriving community based on equality evaporate, the wrenching pain of all who were secular or Islamist.
He started in an article published by The New York Times saying that the Arab spring "began to grow flowers instead of an Islamic color to raise secular revolutionaries to power."
That is really disturbing to many - Owen's opinion - is that the Islamists are won in a legitimate way, the religious parties are ranked first in the first free elections and the general in Tunisia, Morocco and Egypt.
Then ask permission by saying why many voters vote for the parties of Arabs seem politically Menkvih Western?
Europe's answerOwen and seek to answer when the same Western history, says that Europe in the period between 1820 and 1850 were similar to the Arab world today in both sides. Both regions have witnessed eruptions appeared on the face of rapid infection and moved from one country to another.
In both cases, turned the public, "frustrating" that can not be combined with a simple but common in many countries around the ideology of one were not of their making, but they inherited from previous generations extremist.
It was the prevailing ideology in Europe during the nineteenth century is a liberal, which began to emerge in the late eighteenth century as a product of U.S. revolutions, Dutch, Polish, especially French.
As the political divide, which has long plagued the community is limited to between monarchies and aristocracy in Europe at the time, drew a distinction between revolutions, "the old monarchy" and the nobility and the church and the layers of merchants and landowners.
Today, the Bedouin Arabs of them and the urban "and with differing cultures and their history as a great" have shown they share a deep sense of frustration of tyrants and a tendency to grab the dignity, in the words of the article.
Combines most of these - they were moderates or extremists, whether they are living under monarchies or republics - the common denominator is in the mind of the Islamic movements.
Political Islam is growing strongly in the region, especially the Salafi current in Egypt, for some reason consolation Owen largely inspired by the ideological roots planted in the area before the outbreak of the revolutions Long.
Valtiar Islamic - which began with the Muslim Brotherhood movement in the twenties of last century, which has increased the momentum failures thought of Nazareth and the Baathist regime, and strengthen money Arabia, Qatar, inspired by the Iranian model revolutionary - that for years provided a coherent vision for the ills of Muslim societies and prescriptions for treatment.
The piece concludes that liberalism that dominated Europe in the nineteenth century and the Islamic trend across the Arab world today, both as channels dug by a generation of activists and remained open through subsequent generations.
When storms and raining revolution, whether in Europe or the Middle East you will find that water channels are open, the Islamic Valtiar win because the channel deeper and wider, which can be the state of Arab resentment that flowing through it.
Source: New York Times