عنوان مقاله [English]
By starting the domino effect of uprisings in Arab countries, Tunisia and Egypt as a source of these revolts were the first states that had undergone sociopolitical changes. So, these uprisings had been led to the results that it is called, respectively, “Jasmine” and “Nile” Revolutions. It seems that these revolutions had stemmed from similar causes with respect to the social, political, economic and even cultural commonality within these countries. But, the results and trends of changes in Tunisia and Egypt have not been alike. Although the youth and labors coalition in commencing and conducting of uprisings within both states had an impressive role, the reaction of military and Islamic movements to these uprisings was different and led to a varied result. While the Tunisian revolution is considered as the only successful protest in the Arab world, coming back to power the figures who belonged to last regimes in both countries was a harbinger of rising the new type of reformist revolution that is called Refolution. This work tries, in the light of a descriptive - analytical manner and by relying on a crisscross style of induction and deduction, to study the impressive variations in breaking out and directing uprisings in both Tunisia and Egypt.