The only common point for political parties in Egypt, Libya, and other revolutionary Arab countries is that they are all happy to see the back of former regimes. But they hold different opinions about other issues and draw conflicting paths for the future of their country.
In such conditions and while regional nations are facing economic crises, lack of a clear and integrated plan for the future leads the region to revolutions within the current revolutions.
The rate of public contentment in revolutionary countries of the region is not promising because of military confrontations with people on the streets and lack of a clear future perspective in these countries.
Hence, focusing on the pure teachings of Islam and elements of the Islamic Awakening Tide can be a way forward in these countries. It is upon religious leaders and political elites as well as advocates of the Islamic Awakening to promote Islamic teachings in the Arab countries where revolutions have taken place.
While people of the region thirst for Islamic guidance and teachings, religious, political and social currents should hold dialogue to work out a doctrine for the future of these states.