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Thousands flee Syria as civil war scars Damascus

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Syria and Egypt dominated the Middle East news this week. The civil war continues in Syria. Egypt technically violates the peace treaty with Israel by sending tanks into the Sinai but gets a pass while it sees the first major protest against the Islamist-dominated government.

Iran continues to be on the nuclear watchdog radar, adding centrifuges and cleaning up a bit before monitors visit.

Many things are happening, but not one thing stands out. We’ll looks at the big picture of the incremental developments in the region early next week.

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7 thoughts on “Thousands flee Syria as civil war scars Damascus

  1. That Israel is “the apple of God’s eye’ and your being there is double incentive to pray for Israel. But, let us not forget our Christian brethren in Nigeria.

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