A cluster of far-right groups allied under the name Stop the Islamisation of Europe holds rallies in London, Copenhagen and Marseilles to demand an end to what they call "the overt and covert expansion of Islam in Europe". Although the events attract only a handful of protesters, their message resonates widely.
The military forces once celebrated by citizens as their rescuers threaten to become the oppressors.
It's not Iran or Iran's agents in Baghdad who have dealt the heaviest strategic blow to Saudi Arabia's influence in the Middle East -- but Cairo.
Tunisians have toppled a dictator. Now they have to forge a coalition of socialists, Islamists and liberals for real change.