The West helped topple Gaddafi but failed in its duty to the Libyan people in the aftermath.
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Big gaps have opened up between the political analyses and proscriptions being proposed by Labour Party MPs and by many Arab commentators.
The implications for the Muslim world are grave if the liberal/progressive voices lose the battle for the very soul of the faith.
The lack of action over the fate of Palestinians in Syria suggests the death and suffering of Palestinians is not enough to get people onto the streets.
Yes, some of those obstacles are found on the Israeli side. But the rocket threat from Hamas is a huge obstacle, too.
The contemporary agitation for a Caliphate is a struggle to establish a totalitarian state that bears little resemblance to Muslim empires of the past.