Mubarak’s fall from power in Egypt has been hailed as a huge victory for democracy and a great step forward for the Middle East in general. But as Egypt wades through this transition period and some radical groups begin to make their presence felt more keenly than before, there are signs that this blanket approval might have been premature. In the end, Egypt may well be better off without Mubarak, but articles like this serve as a reminder that democracy should not be seen as a cure-all for problems that run much deeper than politics.