users to file share and collaborate on the Internet 7 ). Milson,., 1973, Medieval and Modern Intellectual Traditions in the Arab World, Jerusalem: Van Leer Institute Mishra,., 2011, The tyrant has gone. (1970:.202) Although Gurr raises a key argument informing the nature of changing ideology to maintain group support, Gurr suggests violence to maintain new ideologies is useful; If intensely discontented, we are susceptible to new ideologies, and less complex beliefs, that assert the righteousness and. From the revolution to the age of globalisation, London, American University of Cairo Press Anderson,., 2011, Demystifying the Arab Spring: Parsing the Differences Between Tunisia, Egypt and Libya,.
The army will return, let's not fool each other. But when a government puts those things out of reach for the majority of its citizens, using handouts or subsidies as a substitute for democratic or economic reforms, bread becomes a powerful symbol of all they cannot have. The actions that began on January 25th 2011, inspired by the seeming success of their Tunisian neighbours, was the start of an 18-day revolution that toppled a dictator of over thirty years. Some theorists connect the revolution in Egypt to Tunisia because of their similar time scales and outcomes. Gurr (1970) suggests this is done by through the content of new doctrines, which when articulated by the discontented also provide evidence about the intensity of mens justifications for violence. It is important to comprehend context as a defining feature of violence but in particular, to consider the historic context for revolutionary violence in Egypt.