Monday, May 30, 2005

ARAB SURVEY SAYS ISRAELI-PALESTINIAN CONFLICT LEAST IMPORTANT TO IMPROVING THEIR LIVES

It's COMMON SENSE (not that common sense ever applies to the Middle East or Israeli/Palestinian conflict) that the Israeli conflict has nothing to do with how a regular Syrian, Iraqi, Egyptian, Moroccan or Sudanese lives.... How could it?

But of course if you listen to the Malaysian Moonbat (It's the Jooooooooos), the Western MSM, the lying Arabic Dictators and their state controlled press you'd actually enter into a state devoid of common sense.

But then there's this Syrian blogger or BIG PHARAOH from Egypt telling you what is going on without any Dictatorship or MSM distortion. And waddya know, it makes sense and is funny too.

However, most of the world actually believes the Middle East is backwards and can't go forward due to the Israeli conflict 'holding the Arabs back'... Which is insanity! Clinton stated that a 'resolution' would at least prevent the Arab/Muslim world from using it as an excuse any longer. That is a pipedream and only a shade better on the insanity scale.

I heard French Quebicians are now starting to say Yankee Anglicans 'suppressing the Native Americans' and 'ruling' the world is the root cause of their 'suppression' by the Anglican Canadian government.

Well it's good to see that apparently the Arab Street believes otherwise?

What Arabs Really Think
by James Dunnigan
May 29, 2005

Discussion Board on this DLS topic

What do Arabs really think about the problems that afflict them, and how is this related to the issues Islamic terrorists are fighting and dying (and killing) for? A recent "Opinion Survey of the Arab Street 2005" by Al Arabiya news network provides some interesting answers. The survey sought to see what Arabs thought about the relative lack of economic progress in the Arab world.

In answer to the question, “What is stalling development in the Arab world?"

  1. 81 percent chose "Governments are unwilling to implement change and reform"
  2. 8 percent citing "The ongoing Arab-Israeli conflict,"
  3. 7 percent "Civil society is failing to convince governments"
  4. 4 percent chose "Terrorism."
Another question, "What is the fastest way to achieve development in the Arab world?"


  1. 67 percent choosing "Ensuring the rule of law through justice and law enforcement"
  2. 23 percent chose "Enhancing freedom of speech"
  3. 10 percent chose "Resolving the Arab-Israeli conflict."
Islamic terrorists represent a small minority of Arab thinking, and interests. But most Arab media and governments, for obvious reasons, avoid the “bad government” issues and instead concentrate on the Arab-Israeli conflict as the cause of all that is bad in the Arab world.

While few Arab governments support all Islamic terrorists, many support some (like the Palestinian terrorists, or Hizbollah in Lebanon).

An Arab government will support terrorists as long as there is no terrorist attacks against themselves, and the terrorists are working against the government’s enemies. Syria has played this game enthusiastically, perhaps too much so, for decades. By getting behind terrorism and hostility towards Israel, Arab dictatorships believe this will distract their people from problems closer to home. But this ploy is working less well of late. The invasion of Iraq in 2003, the forcible removal of an Arab dictator and enthusiastic participation in democratic elections has terrified Arab despots throughout the Middle East. The Islamic terrorists are generally hostile to Arab dictators, but have made deals with the devil in order to survive. Increasingly, Arab people are fed up with the tyrants and terrorists, and are willing to do something about it.



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