Has the “Arab Spring” Turned into an “Arab Winter”?

After the fall of the dictators and the organization of free elections, the Islamists grabbed democratically power and embarked immediately in Islamizing, at will, their societies in a flagrant manner, as was the case in Egypt.

Has the “Arab Spring” Turned into an “Arab Winter”?
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