As a consequence of the Egyptian revolution a “political divorce” is taking place between liberal and religious parties. Currently, the revolution is going through an episode of depression after divorce that is likely to bring the revolution back to a more sustainable route. The conflics taking place in Egypt and the obstacles facing the “Arab Spring” have the same classical nature as in any “divorce process” where the legal rights need to exist for protecting innocent victims. A revolution is not an overnight process and no revolution in history brough democracy to success overnight. A revolution is an instrument for changing the life conditions of a population, to halt fear, mistrust and conflicts between the political players and finaly to bring about true democracy. Security and safety will be achieved when reasonable solutions are found to settle the legal rights of the third party “the population” and take the revolution to a mature democracy.