A country of 24 million, 60% of which are Shia Arab, 20% are Kurds (predoiminately sunni) leaving about 20% being sunni arabs.
This claim has got to be a joke is it not. Egypt has the largest arabic population, with over 80% being Sunni. Saudi Arabia is the homeland of Islam.
Georgia is geographically closer to Iraq then is Tunisia, and is just a few hundred km further from Iraq then is Egypt.
You have Turkey being a democracy ( predominately a sunni islam country)
You have Malaysia being an imperfect democracy with 60% or so being muslim
You have Indonesia having the largest muslim population and is a democracy
Egyptians and Tunisians are not morons who can only take inspiration from other Sunni Arabic states. They can read, they can travel they can take inspiration from what occurs in Georgia, the Ukraine, they can see how well Turkey is doing, they can aspire to have what Turkey has, what Georgia has done, or the Ukraine or Kyrgistan for that matter
After all what occured in Tunisia, and Egypt are far more similar to what occured in Georgia and Ukraine then to what happened in Iraq. Large peacefull protests leading to authoritarian dictatorships being removed from power. Rather different then a foreign military invading, leading to mass chaos, death and displacement
The only part Iraq played in the events of Egypt is that for the US to have come out in support of Mubarak, it would have publically shown the US being hypocritical in its "promotion" of democracy