Here are some recent examples:
In Egypt, some video of peaceful Egyptian police beating Coptic rioters with billy-clubs, January 3, 2011.
In Sudan, January 10.
Arab tribesmen accompanied by a Khartoum-backed militia killed 20 policemen in Sudan's disputed region of Abyei, a southern military spokesman said Monday, raising concerns of violence as the south carries out a weeklong independence referendum.In Jordan, January 5:
Jordanian security authorities detained at least 20 on Wednesday in connection with two days of tribal riots that left three persons dead in the southern town of Maan, a senior official said.
In Tunisia this week:
Nineteen demonstrators protesting high unemployment and poor living conditions have been killed during the past two days in riots that broke out in two Tunisian cities near its border with Algeria, a government official said Monday.
The incidents occurred in the cities of Thala and Kasserine, said Minister of Information Samir Abidi. All of the dead were demonstrators; more than 30 police were injured, he said.
Amnesty International said at least 23 people died in protests over the weekend, and it had received reports of more deaths on Monday.
Citing "information gathered by Amnesty International," it said security forces fired tear gas and live ammunition to disperse demonstrators in the cities of Thala, Kasserine and Regueb in central Tunisia.
Algeria this week:
At least three people have been killed and 300 others injured in riots that erupted across Algeria amid rising food prices and a housing crisis, according to state-run media.
If only Israel wasn't there, none of these incidents would have happened and the Arab world would be peaceful and unified.