“WikiLeaks' unprecedented release of classified material is embarrassing U.S. leaders and their foreign counterparts alike” Reported the Huffington Post. “The documents seemed to show several Arab nations, notably Saudi Arabia, Iran’s rival for influence in the Persian Gulf, displaying such hostility that King Abdullah repeatedly implored Washington to 'cut off the head of the snake' while there was still time,” explained the Times reporter.

The leaks revealed that, the Saudi king shared his wisdom with an American official about how to track detainees once Guantanamo is closed: "I've just thought of something," the King added, and proposed implanting detainees with an electronic chip containing information about them and allowing their movements to be tracked with Bluetooth. This was done with horses and falcons, the King said.."

What is revealing about this is not so much that the King elevated the Gitmo detainees status to those of horses, but the fact that the Saudi king knows Bluetooth high-tech. I thought horses have very high social status in his kingdom, until a Saudi friend commented on my Facebook posting of the King's high-tech advise to the American. “Did he mention how the fu*in old horses are being shoot to death when they become useless?”

One of the leaks cable concerning another Arab leader, Egyptian president, ‎"Mubarak hates Hamas, and considers them the same as Egypt's own Muslim Brotherhood, which he sees as his own most dangerous political threat" and when "asked about whether the U.S. should set a timeline for withdrawal from Iraq, Mubarak said, "you cannot leave" because "you would leave Iran in control," here is another one about Mubarak’s enduring genius . “Iran's sponsorship of terrorism is "well-known but I cannot say it publicly.

It would create a dangerous situation." Too late for that now. And about Iraq situation, here is again the president Mubarak explaining his political philosophy that kept him on power for almost three decades; “we will have a dictator, but a fair one, forget democracy, the Iraqis are by their nature too tough."

President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad the crazy poster boy for western media and officials, was the only Muslim leader who reacted intelligently to the wikileaks leaks, Mr. Ahmadinejad said at a news conference on Monday that Iran’s relations with its neighbors would not be damaged by the reports.

“Regional countries are all friends with each other. Such mischief will have no impact on the relations of countries,” he said according to Reuters reports.

I believe there is no such thing as a political leak, let alone a floodgate of 700,000 files, I believe in a democratic systems at time allows leaks to monopoly the media and change headlines. Where as in Undemocratic Arab systems, Arab leaders don’t have to do that, their system is leak-proof, and what you won’t find in Wikileaks leaks, Americans leaders addressing the atrocities committed against Arab streets from American cronies Arab/Muslim leaders.

So the Arab streets don’t rely on leaks to make up their mind, and for them Wikileaks latest floodgate revelation; has nothing new, ask any cab driver in the street of Cairo, Riyad, Damascus or Morocco, they would have said publicly what the Wikileaks revealed to us about Arab/Muslim leaders.

Here are some Egyptians responding to the Wikileaks revelation of president Hosni Mubarak revelations. “Mubarak is a real friend of Israel, and hate any Muslim belong to his religion”, “he forgets that he is the most dangerous threat to the majority of Egyptians” “… it (Egypt) is a police state, we live in an occupied territories here in our own land” , “Israel is Mubarak best friend, we all know that, the question is are we his enemies?” and this one summarize it all “The best thing about the Wikileaks revelation, is that represents Mubarak exactly as I thought of him” thank you brother, I hear you and if America just listen to the Arab people voices, and not enough to Arab leaders advises, we wouldn’t have to wait for any leaks, from Wacky-leaks to get it!!