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Before his speech on the commemoration of the proclamation of the "people's authority," the brigades of the Colonel had started bombing the authority of the revolutionaries, while after he considered himself to be the victim of the West's dupery, he pointed to the Al-Qaeda cells which rose to undermine the prosperity of the Jamahiriya and the wellbeing of its people, all of which are owed to the Colonel's wisdom.
From Tobruk to Benghazi and Tripoli, the horrors of the genocide constitute the biggest mark of defeat and dupery for the West that is still dealing with the Arabs in accordance with its interests.
Although it is clear that the regime in Iran is starting to perish because there are young generations that can no longer tolerate the hijacking of their future by the past of a revolution with which they have nothing to do and slogans that have lost their appeal and whose dupery was exposed, it is also clear that the expectation of a fast death for the regime - the Egyptian way - is a mere illusion that can only harm the revolution of the youth.
How will Mikati's government constitute an opportunity for the prevalence of the "No winner, no loser" formula in Lebanon - as it was stated by Hezbollah Secretary General Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah - despite the exclusion of Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri by use of dupery according to his belief and that of many Lebanese?