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Weekend Reading: Ramlat Bulaq, Bedouin Poetry, and the Islamic State vs. Israel

November 13, 2015

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Omnia Khalil reviews the struggles of everyday life in the Cairene neighborhood of Ramlat Bulaq.

William Tamplin takes a look at Jordan’s most popular Bedouin poet and his use of verse to express Arab political arguments.

Dana Hadra argues that the self-proclaimed Islamic State’s threats against Israel are empty.

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