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  1. Introduction
  2. Origin and Sequences of the Arab Spring Revolution
  3. Causes of the Arab Spring revolution
  4. Changes that Occurred in the Region
  5. How is the world looking at Arab Spring countries, how were they looking at them before?
  6. Conclusion

The Arab Spring Revolution is also known as the Arab Uprising began in December in 2010. Its origin was Tunisia where Mohammed Bouazizi a vendor, set himself ablaze in protest to police harassment (Terryn et al. 11). After this ordeal, many Arab countries for instance Lebanon, Syria, Egypt, Morocco, Oman and Yemen experienced bouts of protests. The year 2011 saw the beginning of a spate of protests in the above countries as follows. In January 2011, rebel groups toppled the Tunisian government. In Egypt, the situation was the same in January as protesters gathered in Tahir square demanding that President Hosni Mubarak and the Prime Minister Ahmed Shafik resign. Mubarak eventually resigned on 11 February, but Shafik resigned much later on 3 March after severe protests (Terryn et al. 15-21). On 26 January 2011, massive protests began in Syria in an attempt to end the tyrannical rule of President Abdulla Saleh among other grievances.

An attempt to assassinate the Syrian President Abdulla Saleh in June 2011 failed. He later resigned on 27 February 2012. In August, there were unrests in Libya, and the rebels took control of the country thereby overthrowing Muammar Gaddafi.

[...] Overall, democracy without economic development is useless for a country, and unless measures are taken to bring sanity back to the Arab spring countries, their economic state will continue to deteriorate (Terryn et al. 97). This insinuates that the political freedom that they have strived so hard to acquire will be in vain. Bibliography Terryn, Waylon Christian. 2010-2011 Middle East and North Africa protests Tunisian revolution and uprising Egyptian revolution and uprising Libyan civil war Bahraini uprising Syrian uprising. Beau Bassin, Mauritius: Fer Publishing Print. Aissa, El Hassane. The Arab Spring: causes, consequences, and implications. Carlisle Barracks, PA: U.S. Army War College Print. [...]


[...] Causes of the Arab Spring revolution IV. Changes that Occurred in the Region V. How is the world looking at Arab Spring countries, how were they looking at them before? VI. Conclusion VII. Bibliography Introduction The Arab uprising occurred due to discontent of the people who were disillusioned by their leaders (Aissa 33). The leaders had formulated oppressive policies, which did not augur well with the citizens. The common factor that binds the Arab spring countries is to end the tyrannical rule. [...]


[...] Origin and Sequences of the Arab Spring Revolution The Arab Spring Revolution is also known as the Arab Uprising began in December in 2010. Its origin was Tunisia where Mohammed Bouazizi a vendor, set himself ablaze in protest to police harassment (Terryn et al. 11). After this ordeal, many Arab countries for instance Lebanon, Syria, Egypt, Morocco, Oman and Yemen experienced bouts of protests. The year 2011 saw the beginning of a spate of protests in the above countries as follows. [...]

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