I'm happy to report that the promos didn't do justice to the series. The writing is mostly top-notch, and the relationship dynamics seem altogether plausible, with one exception (more on that below). I wondered whether the depiction of an Arabic middle eastern country was accurate, but I've not visited there and have no frame of reference (other than news reports, which I take with a large grain of salt).

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The longer Barry stays, the more it in turn affects the only life of democratic freedom Molly, Sammy and Emma ...

I decided to DVR "Tyrant" after seeing a few promos. I expect that the children will be as well, but I haven't seen enough of them to be sure.

This life belies the fact that at age sixteen, he, under his given name Bassam, escaped his family life in the middle eastern country of Abuddin, where the Al-Fayeeds have been the dictatorial rulers for generations, normally of violent and repressive regimes which he could not morally tolerate. On the urging of his mother, Barry decides to go back to Abuddin with Molly and family in tow.

He may find that leaving Abuddin this second time around is more difficult as he gets ensconced in the troubles the Al-Fayeeds are facing in general in continuing to rule the country as a repressive dictatorship.

Or perhaps it is to raise some quick cash for something lavish, like 5,000 new Airbus A380s filled with gold?

Or maybe it is simply a fast way to cash out and run before the barbarians at the gate (Isis, Al-Qaeda, etc.) finally come crashing through the palace walls.

When Allah mobilizes the Muslim nation of Turkey and adds it to the European Union, that’s another 50 million Muslims…Europe is in a predicament, and so is America.

They should agree to become Islamic in the course of time or else declare war on the Muslims. Long before Muhammad was born, Arabic Christians already were referring to God as Allah—and millions continue to do so today.

To loosen that grip, even a little, would be seen as weakness in the eyes of the Saud family’s (many) enemies and would diminish their legitimacy as the absolute rulers of Arabia, stewards of Mecca and Medina, and ultimate arbiters of price of oil.