On August 6, the Algerian branch of the Muslim Brotherhood, the Movement of Society for Peace, warned the government that a revolution was a future possibility if it failed to implement reform measures . . . Bouguerra Soltani, the leader of Algeria’s Muslim Brotherhood warned, “Algeria has postponed its spring, but it hasn’t cancelled it” . . . Soltani is calling for reforms to the nations constitution following a poor showing in May’s parliamentary elections by the Islamist Green Algeria party to which he is a member . . . Algeria has emerged from the “Arab Spring” relatively unscathed but this is likely an indication that stability and calm are not assured . . . as the Muslim Brotherhood continues to extend its power in various nations across the Middle East and North Africa, neighboring Muslim Brotherhood factions are increasingly feeling emboldened and are turning attention towards new targets of opportunity.