The media, and many governments, support the rebellions and advertise the rebels as being regular citizens- 'doctors, lawyers, farmers, dentists', as some news outlets purported.
The truth of the matter is that no one outside Iran really knows for sure exactly who is behind the various revolts. We know for sure that at least some elements of Al Qaeda are involved, as well as Hezbollah (Iran), and the Muslim Brotherhood is out in force.
And now, we are seeing the truwe nature of the 'rebellion'.
Egypy is descending into an Islamic theocracy.
Libya? Well, old Muammar just won't play ball, and that situation is still in doubt.
In any case, this article is extremely thought-provoking.
From the Article;
"....Today, everyone knows the Iran's crazed ayatollahs intend to secure nuclear weapon capability and everyone knows that, when they do, they will attack Israel with them. They have never ceased to call for its destruction. It is not a question of if, but when.
How close is "when"? The Iranians just released a video titled "The Coming is Near" that describes the current events in the Middle East as the prelude to the coming of the Twelfth Imam, the Mahdi, a figure particular to the Shiite branch of Islam and one that Islamic scriptures say will lead the armies of Islam to victory over all non-Muslims in the last days.
In a nuclear age, as Nikita Krushchev, a former Premier of the Soviet Union, once said, "The living will envy the dead." Those were the days of the Cold War and, with both the U.S. and Russia possessing nukes, the concept of mutually assured destruction, MAD, was understood. This, however, does not apply to the ayatollahs. They need massive destruction to bring about their Islamic End Times scenario.
In a recent Wall Street Journal interview with Bernard Lewis, the West's leading scholar on the Middle East, he pointed out that the mullahs "are religious fanatics with an apocalyptic mindset. In Islam, as in Christianity and Judaism, there is an end-of-times scenario—and they think it's beginning or has already begun."
The result, said Lewis, is that "mutually assured destruction is not a deterrent—it's an inducement." "