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  TODAY'S E-NEWSLETTER 23 JULY 2014  
CONTENT TABLE
Egypt
Opinion
“Es-Sisi is no Abdul Nasser!” (As-Safir)
“MB collaboration and calls to strike Egypt from within” (Al-Watan)

Iraq
Opinion
“Neither Al-Maliki nor the opposition are protecting the Christians” (Al-Hayat)

Politics
“Session of risks in Iraqi parliament: What is Maliki thinking?” (Al-Jarida)

Jordan
Society
“Jordanian electronic resistance brigade enters war…” (Al-Quds al-Arabi)

Middle East
Opinion
“Gaza, Mosul and the regional authority” (An-Nahar)
“How did Hezbollah deal with the Gaza events?” (An-Nahar)

Politics
“An-Nusra is following in ISIL’s footsteps…” (As-Safir)

Palestine
Opinion
“Gaza, twice a victim” (Az-Zaman)
“Three facts” (Al-Khaleej)

Politics
"...We Are Proceeding With Forming Legal Teams To File Lawsuits Against..." (WAFA PNA)

Syria
Politics
“Democratic Union Party ready to replace Kurdish people in Syria…” (Al-Quds al-Arabi)
“…Syria welcomes appointment of De Mistura” (Al-Watan Syria)

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