Is Bahrain about to rock the already shaken up Middle East? Yes, the Angry Arab informs us, through a reliable source.
"You are aware that there have been mass calls for protest on 14 February in Bahrain. We have turned a day that is supposed to celebrate the 'imposed' constitution into a 'day of wrath'. The government is on high alert and is extremely paranoid."
Another prediction for an Arab country looking change squarely in the eyes.
"My good friend George Saghir, one of the best analysts of Syrian economic affairs, has written a thought-provoking essay for Joshua Landis’s Syria Comment, in which he argues that Syria is staring down the same shotgun barrel as virtually every other Arab nation. "
Revolution, is a Carnival of humanity, it brings out the instinctive good in humans....
Another fellow moved by the spirit of revolution for Arabs shares his inspired and lofty thoughts.
"If there's a lesson to draw from the recent events in Tunisia and Egypt it's simply this: Corporate Oligarchies are a threat to the stability of the political system."
"I'm fascinated with the Egyptian revolution, and I insist on calling it a revolution and not a movement, an uprising, or a protest. It's a social revolution that has already begun redefining and elevating the moral standards and intellectual aspirations of all Arabs in the 21st century."