Weekend Reading: Israel’s Left Wing, Islamist Rivalries, and Instability in Libya
Steven A. Cook
August 1, 2014
Fighters from the Benghazi Shura Council, which includes former rebels and militants from al Qaeda-linked Ansar al-Sharia, gesture on top of a tank next to the camp of the special forces in Benghazi July 30, 2014 (Stringer/Courtesy Reuters).
Orit Bashkin examines the role of the radical Israeli left.
Ali Mamouri, writing for Al-Monitor, explores why the Islamic State and other fundamentalist Salafi groups refuse to support Hamas.
Filmmaker Rachel Beth Anderson reports on the growing instability in Libya.
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