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Weekend Reading: Terrorism in Turkey, Egypt’s Re-Revolution, and Syria’s Clerics

by Steven A. Cook
February 1, 2013

A general view of Tahrir Square in Cairo, February 1, 2013. (Mohamed Abd El Ghany/Courtesy Reuters). A general view of Tahrir Square in Cairo, February 1, 2013. (Mohamed Abd El Ghany/Courtesy Reuters).

The National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism (START) offers a profile of the terrorist group Dev Sol allegedly responsible for the suicide bombing near the U.S. embassy in Ankara.

Ayya Harraz writes on Your Middle East about Egypt’s continuing revolution in the wake of renewed violence throughout Cairo.

Mohammed Sergie on Syria Deeply discusses Syrian clerics’ efforts to establish a political organization that would take root during Syria’s transition.

 

 

 

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  • Posted by Matt Moshen

    To Steven,

    I browsed through ‘Your Middle East” website, but after reading the author’s attempt to explain the history of Israel and the Arab-Israeli conflict, which from the first sentence is clearly anti-Israel, I closed out of the page.

    I’ll try the other pieces.

    Hope all is well,

    Matthew

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