The collapse of the Arab League summit meeting, at which Arab dictators were to announce their commitment to democratic reform, was a hint that these dictators just can’t handle the thought of losing personal power.
"You feel they are completely lost," said political commentator Khairallah Khairallah, former editor in chief of Al Hayat, a London-based Arabic newspaper. "The Arab League is finally feeling the impact of the fall of Baghdad. It took them a whole year."
The pressure is on for freedom. Keep it coming.