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  1. Arab Spring

  2. Honors List • Regime change: Egypt, Tunisia, Libya, and Yemen; • On the way: Syria; • Major political reforms: Morocco ; • Substantial reforms:Jordan, Bahrain, and Algeria; • Minor reforms: Saudi Arabia, Oman, and the Palestinian Authority.

  3.  “We must educate our children to become like young Egyptian people.” Barak Obama, US President •  “We must consider teaching the Egyptian revolution in schools.” David Cameron, British Prime Minister •  “There is nothing new in Egypt. Egyptians are making history as usual.” Silvio Berlusconi, Prime Minister of Italy •  “The people of Egypt, are the greatest people of earth; and they deserve a Nobel Prize for Peace. To all Egyptian: Be proud to be Egyptian.” Heinz Fischer, Austrian President •  “Today we are all Egyptians.”   Jens Stoltenberg, Prime Minister of Norway

  4. EGYPT

  5. Let them entertain themselves!!! • The Facebook Revolution of the Youth; • Social networking, Internet, and Intranet; • Initial demands…, and elevation of ceiling; • The 18-day rally and 60 year-long observation; • The doves and the vultures; • Hijacking the revolution; • The military institution (SCAF) and the Vacuum of power.

  6. Value of Stability to Egypt- A seven-thousand year civilization; -The political, social, and economical dimensions of stability. www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-12017462

  7. Jan. 25, 2011, What next? • Theocratic Rule, Political Islam and the Secularism; • The clash between the Muslim Brotherhood and the state (the curse and blessing); • Liberal and reforms movements; • The manipulation of religion in politics; • The parliamentary and presidential elections; • The Muslim Brotherhood rule in Egypt.

  8. Cultural Inclusion in Egypt • Egypt as a homogeneous society; • Religious diversity in Egypt; • Sectorial/religious violence; • The migration of Copts from Egypt; • The new constitution and civil rights; • Future political scenarios.