Watching a programme on BBC world yesterday the "Doha debate" on locals (mainly Arabs) views on the need for intervention or otherwise in the growing number of countries with varying levels of unrest against the ruling governments! Given that Tunisia & Egypt have already seen regime change and Libya, Syria, Iran, Algeria, Bahrein and the Yemen are experiencing varying degrees of unrest, violence and even civil war in Libyas case, is it really our job to get involved apart from ensuring the safety of British nationals! Seeing the horrific and still simmering problems of post regime changes in Iraq and Afghanistan where violence & killings are still a daily occurrence, is it not time we just left them to it? Seeing many of the responses from Arabs in the debate it would appear that many, if not the overwhelming majority are suspicious if not actually downright against our involvement! Surely it is time Cameron winds his neck in, we cannot afford to get involved financially nor frankly do we have the military resources! It would appear that our involvement in Iraq & Afghanistan has only given the Islamic extremists more excuses for wishing to kill the modern day crusaders and STILL has not brought about peace & stability, which despite his excesses, many in Iraq had under S. Hussein!