Arab regimes and peoples’ revolutions.. who won?

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The head of the Ummah Movement, Mahmoud Fathi, said that the peoples who witnessed repression in the first wave of the Arab Spring were not deterred by that, and the second wave came out and achieved gains, and the third wave began to form and the peoples will win in the end.

He added in his speech to an episode (18/2022) of the “The Opposite Direction” program that the pressure formed by the peoples forced the military institutions to move to remove many tyrants, who were imprisoned and some of them were killed, and he went on to say that peoples continue to revolt until they are achieved. All her demands, despite what she suffered from oppression and abuse.

The same speaker expressed great optimism about the inevitability of the victory of the Arab Spring and the ability of the peoples of the countries that went through this experience to realize their ambitions.

In his assessment of the performance of the peoples in the waves of the Arab Spring, he saw that the rebellious peoples benefited from the first wave, and realized many of the mistakes that they made, and they are now correcting the course for the next stage, expressing his conviction that the revolutions will produce their leaders and their action plan, and he expects that the next wave will be sweeping and carrying Victory for the peoples and enabling them to achieve the goals for which they revolted.

On the other hand; Media writer Muhammad Bakr saw that the Arab regime was able to withstand the major transformations that faced their countries, “thanks to” the military institutions that had the final say in all Arab countries, and that worked to isolate leaders in countries, and refused to change them in other countries.

After years of revolutions in several Arab countries, he saw that peoples today are looking for a livelihood and regretted their exit against the previous regimes, and he stopped at the Libyan revolution, noting that 10 years after the fall of Muammar Gaddafi, the Libyans were not able to organize elections as they wished Themselves, as he pointed out to the poor conditions in Iraq and other countries that witnessed popular revolutions.

He added that the cases of nonviolence in the revolutions did not last long, and soon the revolutions were militarized and turned into an armed conflict that destroyed countries without reaching a result, in addition to their inability to sort out leaders capable of taking charge of matters in order to move these countries to safety and achieve the dreams of the peoples who came out to demonstrate.

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