Weekend Reading: Cairo’s Communities, Israel and Iran, and Aid to Egypt
Steven A. Cook
October 25, 2013
Shi'ites perform the traditional Baraa dance as they celebrate Eid al-Ghadir in Sanaa October 23, 2013 (Khaled Abdullah/Courtesy Reuters).
Tadamun takes a look at one of the oldest urban communities in Cairo’s Giza governorate, Mit ‘Uqba.
Jonathan Tobin says that the answer to the question of whether Israel will strike Iran is not to be found in historical precedent.
Mohamed el Dahshan claims that whatever suspending U.S. aid to Egypt was supposed to achieve, it has failed.
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