Revolutions in the Arab world is fait accompli
The Arab people lived a catastrophic oppressive time since the end of the World War one especially after the creation of the state of (Israel). After the imperialistic rules by the occupied Western Countries such as Britain, France and Italy most of the rulers of the Arab world were supported by the occupiers despite these rulers’ oppressive and totalitarian directions. The West especially America always supported these rulers against their people so as to prevent any popular threat to their interests and on the top of this is the oil and (Israel). The West and America are responsible for millions of people who were killed or tortured by these rulers because of their support.
One of the biggest dictators and puppet was Hosni Mubarak and his regime. America and the West used that regime for one main purpose which is the (Egypt – Israel Treaty). The American and Western politicians all over the time were crazy because they make that treaty to pass by a dictator regime which was not elected by the people. This by itself is enough cause for the non-impartiality and illegitimacy of such treaty from the side of Egypt. They then tried to make that regime to remain in power and they planned for the son of Hosni Mubarak to be the next president. However they forget the people more over they allowed the regime to control the people by iron grip which was totally not compatible with the basic human rights. They did this to protect that treaty not for the Egyptians interest but biased for Israeli security and to allow Israel to kill in Palestine and Lebanon.
The other regimes that America and the West are still supporting are the Saudi regime, Jordan, Yemen, and the other Arab regimes including Iraq. All of these regimes are oppressive, corrupt and using anti-human rights actions against their people such as tortures, suppression, dominations, detention without reason, and so on and so forth.
The success of the Egyptians and Tunisians revolutions will be the beginning of similar revolts in the other oppressed Arab countries sooner or later.