Monday, March 31, 2008

Hazim Saghiyyah only criticizes the Syrian and the Libyan governments. But the fact that those two regimes are the only ones that the Saudi government opposes is a mere coincidence, of course. Of course. It could be that the rest of the Arab regimes follow the secular and liberal models that Saghiyyah esposes. Of course, both governments of Syria and Libya deserve heavy criticisms (and overthrow) as do ALL other Middle East governments. Now, if the Saudi government reconciles with the those two governments, Saghiyyah will face a dilemma. Not really.