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Eight Reasons not to be Optimistic about Egypt

Written By: Dennis Prager  |  Posted: Tuesday, March 15th, 2011

            From the moment the Tahrir Square demonstrations against Hosni Mubarak began, optimism has dominated American reporting and commentary on what is being called the Egyptian revolution.

            I fervently hope I am wrong, but I find it hard to share this dominant view, even as I identify with all those Egyptians and other Arabs who yearn for freedom.

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