Arab Spring

In the Seminar and Current Affairs course I was introduced to a lot of new topics. Arab Spring concerns to attempt to grow striking movements that are inspired by the majority states of North Africa and the Middle East countries. This revolutionary waves of protests in the Arab world started on 18 December, 2010.

A lot of the Arab Spring demonstrations have resulted with violent responses from the higher authorities. The protest have been answered violently. Some of the critiques have considered the Arab Spring movements same as the revolutions of 1989, that occurred in the Eastern Europe and the Second World War. The Arab Spring is generally known as a strike due to the dissatisfaction of the rules of the local government. A lot of factors led to the protests such as dictatorship, political corruption, human rights violation and so on and so forth.

The 2011 summer, the revolution marked the end of the previous national freedom from colonial rule. However, Tunisia experienced a numerous conflicts over the past 3 years. Moreover, the series of these demonstrations in the Middle Eastern countries and North Africa became known as the Arab Spring, because all the participants were Arabs.

I believe that, this world is what we make of it. We have to be the change we want to see in the world. Undoubtedly, protests show the dissatisfaction of the people. People have all the power of choosing a leader, and if there is corruption, dictatorship, and many other contemporary problems that we are having are due to the negligence of the government. On the other hand, it is difficult to satisfy every human’s needs, but at least treat everyone equally.

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