Whats happening in Tunisia, Egypt, Jordon, Yemen and Algeria clearly shows the will for change. Infact that has been known for ages but what is new is that the Muslims have openly dared to call for change and against their rulers. The choke hold over the people has been loosened and they have gained confidence. The problem is however that despite their desire for change it is absolutely clear that they do not have any clear vision of what that change is. Despite strong Islamic sentiments they do not have any strong conviction in the Islamic system or what it entails. I think this should be a strong wake up call for those who are working to bring Allah’s deen back, that they realise that despite the Muslims suffering misery under tyrants for decades they have been unable to create a public opinion for the correct Islamic thoughts for change. Look at Egypt for example, the only one powerful arab Muslim country and no one in it has any idea of who HT or its clear ideas.
\The dismissal of Zine El Abidine Ben Ali was not a random event. Rather it was a synthesis of rampant corruption incubated by 23 years of Western patronage and fused with dire economic conditions made worse by the global financial crisis and blood sucking IMF structural programmes.
America is eagerly awaiting similar turmoil to manifest itself in Algeria, Libya, Jordan and the Gulf countries, so that she can engineer regimes that pledge greater loyalty to her hegemony at the expense of old European powers and continue with oppression of the Muslim masses.
The Isreali state and her Western backers have resurrected out-dated plans once deemed too ambitious to accomplish-to publicly espouse views on how best to devour the Muslim world. No wonder then, the US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton could not hide her glee and used the events in Tunisia to fire a…\