Unrest in Muslim Countries (Tunisia/Egypt)

First we saw example of wide spread protests in Tunisia where ordinary people forced President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali and long time ruler of nation out of country. It all started with wikileaks news that Tunisian Persident and his family has made billions of dollars worth of money by wrong means and transferred it out of country. In a developing country like Tunisia where Ordinary people are struggling for basic facilities of life, it was a big shocking news so we saw wide spread protests across Tunisia which finally forced President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali who governed Tunisia from 1987 to 2011 out of office and country.

This success of ordinary people of Tunisia has motivated people of other Muslim Nations too which are governed by same kind of rulers from long times. Best example is Egypt protests which have taken very violent shape. People of Egypt are protesting and demanding President Hosni Mubarak to leave office and country because of news of accumulating huge wealth by his son and family members through corrupt means. President Hosni Mubarak has already dismissed his whole cabinet and asked people for remaining calm. Police and army tanks can be seen on road in major towns of Egypt for controlling ordinary people. There are also news of similar kinds of protests from Iran, Jordan, Syria, and Saudi Arabia.


All this suggests that people of these nations are not happy with their rulers and they want them to go away. People want total democracy and transparency in system so that they can get rid of corrupt leaders. Today’s ordinary men want equal opportunities of growth and progress; and they do not want to allow inefficient and corrupt rulers to spoil their future. Most of monarchs and long time rulers in these nations have only mislead and cheated ordinary people. Today’s educated people cannot live under such bad rulers and they are using mediums like facebook and twitter to spread struggles and force corrupt leaders to go out of country.
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