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  TODAY'S E-NEWSLETTER 29 AUGUST 2014  
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Iran
Opinion
"Impeachment and the identity crisis of the principle-lists" (Mardom-Salari)

Politics
"The Current Filtering System Is Not Efficient" - on the Internet (IRNA)

Iraq
Politics
Interview with Borham Saleh (Asharq al-Awsat)

Jordan
Opinion
"No ISIL in Jordan" (Al-Jarida)

Lebanon
Politics
"Obama sends Kerry to region to form alliance against ISIL" (Newspaper - Middle East)
“Negotiations to release of soldiers now complicated and…” (Newspaper - Middle East)

Libya
Politics
"The mission of saving Libya" (Al-Khaleej)
"...Disputes between the Fajr Libya Forces and Misratah Forces..." (Asharq al-Awsat)

Middle East
Society
“Will the international war against ISIL include Lebanon?” (As-Safir)

Qatar
Politics
“Tomorrow, Qatar will be either honored or insulted” (As-Safir)

Syria
Opinion
"Al-Assad, another facet of ISIL" (Al-Quds al-Arabi)

Politics
"Opposition military commander: Possible US strike aims to..." (Al-Quds al-Arabi)

Turkey
Opinion
"Davutoglu: Turkey's Kissinger or Erdogan's caretaker?" (Al-Quds al-Arabi)

Yemen
Politics
"Sana'a raises tone against Iran..." (Al-Watan)
"Houthi official to Asharq al-Awsat: we have no Iranian experts" (Asharq al-Awsat)

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