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Boycott in Bahrain

Jane Kinninmont: Upcoming elections in Bahrain are likely to prompt more opposition protests, rather than providing a means of channeling and containing opposition activity.

مقاطعة الانتخابات في البحرين

جاين كينينمونت: على الأرجح أن الانتخابات المقبلة في البحرين ستثير مزيداً من الاحتجاجات بدلاً من أن تشكّل وسيلة لتوجيه الحراك المعارِض واحتوائه.

 

A New Sectarian Force for Iraq

Raed El-Hamed: Plans to build a national guard force risk widening sectarian divisions in Iraq and pushing more Sunnis toward the Islamic State.

القوة الطائفية الجديدة في العراق

قد تؤدّي الخطة الهادفة إلى إنشاء قوات الحرس الوطني، إلى تعميق الانقسامات الطائفية في العراق وتدفع بمزيد من السنّة إلى الانضمام إلى تنظيم الدولة الإسلامية.

 

Jerusalem in Turmoil

Lihi Ben Shitrit and Mahmoud Jaraba: Social and economic grievances among Palestinian residents and the contentious politics of the Israeli right underlie East Jerusalem’s turmoil.

القدس في حالة إضطراب

ليهي بن شطريت ومحمود جرابعة: تؤجج المظالم الاجتماعية والاقتصادية لدى الفلسطينيين والسياسات المثيرة للجدل في اليمين الإسرائيلي الاضطرابات في القدس الشرقية.

 

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