Seasons come and go, yet Arab countries are in ongoing turmoil. They called it an ‘Arab Spring’, but even if that ‘spring’ had ever existed in the shape and form that the media portrayed it to be, it never really lasted. It has now morphed into something far more complex.
But it is not an ‘Islamic winter’ either, a foreboding term favoured by Israeli policymakers and analysts. The Islamic dimension of Arab rebellions – some of which turned int...