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Le Figaro - Francia | Lunes, 9. Julio 2012

Arab Spring strengthens Muslim identity

According to projections the National Forces Alliance under Mahmoud Jibril has emerged the victor of the Lybian parliamentary elections. This would mean it defeated the Muslim Brotherhood, which has risen to power in Tunisia and in Egypt after the first free elections in these countries. But the liberal election winners also plan to strengthen the Muslim identity, the conservative daily Le Figaro fears: "Even if it is not pleasing to the beautiful minds, the signals coming from the southern coast of the Mediterranean bear more the mark of Koranic rigour than the shine of human rights. People will say that democracy is the result of a long learning process and a persistent struggle, and that like Christianity, Islam will ultimately get used to the idea of dissolving into democracy. ... For now, all of the countries that deposed their despots are reaffirming their Muslim identity. In that way they believe they can develop their own identities independently of the West."

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