Decades of suicidal concessions reveal a country ruled by madness.
Time for the Arab world to re-evaluate its investment in continuous war rather than in education, health and infrastructure for its people.
All the non-Islamists, not to mention the Christians, have gone, exposing the Islamists for what they are, a supremacist theocratic movement with no wider support.
The restrictions have since been eased because of international pressure on Israel and because of regime change in Egypt. Both Hamas and Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi, elected earlier this year, are members of the region-wide Muslim Brotherhood movement.
Disgruntled youth and security forces have been clashing in the area since Monday, with protesters hurling stones and firebombs and security forces firing birdshot and tear gas into the crowd. Some protesters had been accusing al-Jazeera of bias in support of the Muslim Brotherhood
There are mass democracy protests in Tahrir Square and battles between democracy protesters and Muslim Brotherhood regime thugs. Last time around Obama claimed that Mubarak had to step down and follow the will of the people. What is he going to say now?