Current Event Three 2-14-11

Current Event Three 2-14-11 - leaders were placed under...

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Nayef Jaber Period 6 02-14-11 The article In Iran, Bahrain and Yemen, protesters take to streets was written on February 14 th 2011, and is on The Los Angeles Times website. The article is about the people who are revolting their current government in the Middle East. This article relates to what we are learning because governments were overthrow that led to worldwide revolution just like the Egyptian revolution has created a revolution across the Arab nations. People all across Arab nations are revolting trying over throw their dictators and bring in an era of democracy to their lands. The Arabs are trying to change their government to flush out the corruption in their countries. The government is so bad that when the people are protesting that police are attacking and wounding them. It is so bad that they can’t even protest; opposition
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Unformatted text preview: leaders were placed under virtual house arrest and had their internet, phone and cellphones cut off. This article signifies that even today countries are trying to overthrow their government to go toward democracy. Even though there were dictators for a long time the Egyptian revolution set the spark to worldwide change. I think that it is good that the Middle Eastern countries are revolting and trying to change because with new democracy the people will have power to decide what they need instead of a rich man deciding stuff that isn’t helping. After Egypt changed and sparked a revolution in the Middle East maybe other countries in the world can over throw their terrible government for a democratic one....
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This note was uploaded on 02/20/2012 for the course ENGLISH 101 taught by Professor Driell during the Spring '11 term at College of the Canyons.

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