Times: The level of helpers in the Arab world opens up new perspectives

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London "Al Quds Al Arabi":

Underneath the "Audience Autumn", The Times wrote of the death of the President of Sudan from Omar al-Bashir, stating that there was a morally depressing state including one image: Oil Saleh, the Jewish daughter t was white and stood behind the car and sung. And he left the view on international viewers about the state of discontent in Khartoum against President Bashir. She was a long step after months of showcasing, which she said. And it will come after the President of Algeria Abdelaziz Bouteflika departs. Their transition presents a real problem that the leaders of North and Mid East are likely to be in such a position. It is still in their place. The Arab spring which had started in Tunisia in 2011 built hope for the transfer of democratic reform, but it was a disappointing decade later. Given that the new wave might be different in this period for two reasons, the first being that the army had deserted in Sudan and Algeria for two leaders of legitimacy.

The second purpose is limited to what can be achieved compared to excellence in past trends as well as the benefits of the reform in a sector where management changes from charity to bitter persecution. The Sudanas exhibitions are similar to those in Algeria, where the dictator was unable to discourage public reassurance about the standard of living in the country. The Jewishness has suffered from misconduct and high levels of inflation, in which Bashir is blamed on US sanctions against a system of bad human rights. Hundreds of thousands of people were killed in a conflict with Darfur, who encouraged ICC to arrest the Bashir murder. But the USA built some sanctions on Sudan in 2017, but the suffering continued. He was lucky in the early part of the century when oil prices rose from state resources which helped an economy that was still disturbing from debt and high military expense, but stringent measures of people took people out to the streets. The military intervention in Algeria and Tunisia was important because victims suffered as a result of the rebellion. The army still remains very important in both countries after the two leaders left. There is scope for conflict, not democratic motion. By contrast, power could be filled with the rival forces that Bashir made to strengthen it, which includes security forces, Islamists and armed tribes. This is frightening due to the bitter experience in Egypt which pardoned him to be sent away by a new military man. And he believes that the hope for avoiding the area coming out of regiments such as Jordan, Morocco and the Gulf states and shows flexibility in accepting the challenge. A gradual shift to Liberalism may not be a move, but it will lead to the passage of Bashar al-Assad or anger leading to the conflict between military and religious forces.

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