Weekend Reading:Yemen’s Terrorism Problem, Egypt’s Presidential Candidates, and Syria’s War Criminals
Steven A. Cook
March 9, 2012
Lebanese Shi'ite sheikh Hassan al-Zayyat marks punctuation on Koranic verses that he hand copied ( Ali Hashisho/Courtesy Reuters)
Blogger NoonArabia for Bikya Masr says the United States must reevaluate its counterterrorism policy in Yemen.
Sandmonkey looks at a few major presidential candidates on the eve of registration for the race in Egypt.
David Scheffer for The Daily Star lays out how to refer Syrian leaders to the International Criminal Court.
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