NATO establishes its first Islamic state and surprises that

"The Arab Spring" has been replaced in the Maghreb countries with "Sharia autumn".

Not having to bury the crowd-spifflicated "dictator", democratic Libya, created by NATO member states' bombers and task forces, has declared itself an Islamic state. The Transitional National Council of Libya has already announced that no other laws, except for sharia, will act in the country any longer.

The "Founding Fathers" from NATO, engaged by internal debt problems and division of Libyan oil and gas resources, only sluggishly called the PNC to comply with democratic norms and human rights. The peacekeepers on the aircraft carriers did not want to admit that "dictator" Gaddafi, trampled on the NATO money and who actually created a unified Libya 40 years ago, warned that he fought Islamic militants. Instead, the father of the new Libyan democracy and the newborn girl, President Sarkozy, suggested Prime Minister of Great Britain James Cameron to shut up and do not pry into the affairs of the eurozone.

In parallel, Islamist party Ennahda (Revival) has won in the elections in Tunisia, from which the Arab spring began. The party was supported by at least 40% of voters. As well as in Iran in 1979, this party is headed by a politician who was in 20-year exile.

Probably, the process of Islamization of the Maghreb will continue and cover at least Egypt, much to the surprise of NATO. Although, actually, all this happens within the conclusions made by the French Orientalists: when socialism goes Islam comes. And all the overthrown regimes in the Maghreb, at least once declared their socialist status.

[Source: Azerbaijan Business Center, Baku, 25Oct11]

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