January 28, 2013

The Arab World's Useful Idiots

Barry Rubin, Jerusalem Post

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The Western Left has sided with the reactionaries because they hate their own countries' systems more. This is a mistake and their compatriots will pay for it in blood.

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TAGGED: Syria, Tunisia, Egypt, Middle East

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