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It's Not Going to Stop-Is It? al-Assad's Mufti of Damascus

Reader comment on item: Islamism and Syria Update
in response to reader comment: The Uncertain Certainty of the Fate of Damascus

Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Oct 23, 2020 at 13:52

Damascus has been identified as a place of historic proportions; yet another example of its being the vortex of dynamic implications as the mufti of Damascus, a man of peace by certain references, has paid the price of standing for peace in a place that represents a totally differing apprehension of life in a region that is still smoldering from the processes of extermination.


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