Weekend Reading: Egypt’s Bassem Youssef, Politics of the Arabic Language, and Videos from Syria
Steven A. Cook
April 5, 2013
A general view of the Dubai skyline shows the Burj Khalifa building (Mohammed Salem/Courtesy Reuters).
Al-Monitor outlines the investigation of Egypt’s beloved comedian, Bassem Youssef.
Muftah discusses how nuances of the Arabic language reflect and affect the ever turbulent politics of the region.
A new resource, Syria Video, which compiles war videos and other information related to Syria’s ongoing civil war.
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