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The failure of the Arab dictators to stop the people revolutions

The revolutions in the Arab world are not started to be stopped or stop. In fact they haven’t started yet. The most dictators, totalitarian and oppressing regimes have not yet been touched. However the Arab people from the Gulf to the Ocean are looking for radical changes against the way they have been ruled for long time. The Arab rulers over the recent history and especially after the WW-II until now used oppression, tortures, suppression, humiliations, subduing, imprisonments, and other brutalities to control people and to stay in power. They denied the most basic human rights to anyone who opposes them. They set themselves as to be always right, noble and honorable while all the others are not worthy especially their opponents. One of the best examples is the Saudi regime. This regime is a family consists of thousands of members who control not only the politics and the people but the land and the country as a whole including its name which was derived from the family. What go to the people are just benefactions from AL Saud family including some treatment for serious illnesses may need patronage from an Amir (Prince) to get treatment especially for those working from other countries. Workers from other countries treated as second class people and even below that some time. Not only that but they interfere in the internal affairs of the other countries. The family of AL Saud is one of the richest people in the world. Every one of them owns too many palaces and properties all over the world with arrogant and lavishness lives. On the other hand the people of Saudi Arabia are not equal with lot of poverty and discriminations especially among the Eastern province against the Saudi Shia population who live in the most important oil producing areas. The only thing which prevent the Saudis from uprising against the dictators rulers is the oppression and threats that they got in the last few weeks and months from their rulers.
Saudi Arabia rulers’ interference in the revolution of Bahrain was very well known by sending troops to semi-occupy that country. However they then discovered that their existence in Bahrain is going to be another factor which will make the people in the area especially their Shia Saudi will revolt against them and it is very obvious that they had the hate of the Bahrain people. In fact the Bahrainis proved that they will continue in their demands sooner or later and the AL Saud family is the losers. The people revolutions never stopped or controlled by force and it seems that AL Saud have forgotten this fact.
The other country that AL Saud interferes openly now is the Yemen. At last the Yemeni dictator Ali Abdullah Salah harvests the consequences of his impertinent when he had been injured by a rocket propel after he killed hundreds of Yemeni citizens since 4 months of the uprising. He is now treated for injuries in the Capital Riyadh. It is now the duty of the Yemeni army and revolutionists to control power in a temporary basis until election. The army that sided with the revolution should take over and dispose all the previous government. The Yemenis got an opportunity now while Salah is outside the country with his dictator friends in Riyadh to announce dismissal of Salah.
In fact for other Arab countries it is only a matter of time before revolutions start in the other Arab countries and none of them is spared or in isolation from what is going on now.
Victory is to the Arab people and down to all dictators.

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