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Thousands of Syrians were bused out of their towns on Friday in the first stage of a widely criticised population transfer that reflects the relentless segregation of Syrian society

Thousands of Syrians were bused out of their towns on Friday in the first stage of a widely criticised population transfer that reflects the relentless segregation of Syrian society

Hopes and dreams: This week in Middle East football

Uri Levy

Hopes and dreams: This week in Middle East football

Arab football received a massive boost this week, as FIFA announced that the World Cup could be expanded to 48 teams giving countries in the region new hopes of competing.

Jordan urged to ease Syrian refugees' education access

The New Arab & agencies

Jordan urged to ease Syrian refugees' education access

Human Rights Watch has urged Jordan to address policies that restrict Syrian refugee children’s access to education ahead of the new academic ...

A response to Olivier Roy's 'Islamisation of radicalism'

Francois Burgat

A response to Olivier Roy's 'Islamisation of radicalism'

Comment: Francois Burgat discusses what remains' unspoken in the newly popular "Islamisation of radicalism" thesis.

Karim Traboulsi

I Learn: Jordanian activists bring education to 'left-behind' children

Feature: The state of formal education, especially in rural areas of Jordan and among the huge refugee population, has prompted activists to launch programmes focusing on disadvantaged children.

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