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Weekend Reading: Egypt’s Church Bombing, Jihadi Street Art, and Saudis Go to the Track

A Saudi man trains his son to ride a horse in a desert near Tabuk, Saudi Arabia (Mohamed Al Hwaity/Reuters).

Reading selections for the weekend of December 16, 2017.

December 16, 2016

A Saudi man trains his son to ride a horse in a desert near Tabuk, Saudi Arabia (Mohamed Al Hwaity/Reuters).
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Maged Atiya ponders what the Egyptian state can do in the aftermath of the bombing at St. Peter and St. Paul’s Church in downtown Cairo.

Loubna Salem takes a look at examples of jihadi street art.

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Ian Timberlake finds that horse racing in Riyadh is providing a new form of entertainment for Saudi citizens.

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