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Eyal Zisser

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Professor in the Department of Middle Eastern and African History at Tel Aviv University

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Syria's deadly crackdown on political protesters has provoked outrage at the UN, the European Union and from some Arab countries as well.

The 'Arab Spring' Runs into Heavy Weather

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