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The regime in Syria is in league with the theocrats in Iran, facilitating their access to Lebanon and to the Palestinian territories, but hints that it is open to accommodation with Israel and for a strategic bargain with the United States. In Syria through Jihadist Eyes, Nibras Kazimi, a young writer on Arab affairs, challenges that country’s presumed readiness for peace The regime in Syria is in league with the theocrats in Iran, facilitating their access to Lebanon and to the Palestinian territories, but hints that it is open to accommodation with Israel and for a strategic bargain with the United States. In Syria through Jihadist Eyes, Nibras Kazimi, a young writer on Arab affairs, challenges that country’s presumed readiness for peace and normalcy.  With field notes accumulated in a Syrian environment not generally hospitable to research and inquiry, Kazimi provides a unique view of the Syrian regime and its base at home, filling a void in our understanding of the intelligence barons and soldiers who run that country. He offers a look at the tactical, propagandist, and strategic ingredients required, in jihadist eyes, for a successful jihad—and whether those ingredients are available in Syria. Kazimi assesses how sectarianism and the global jihadist interest in taking the battle to Syria could derail policy overtures from Washington aimed at normalizing relations with the Asad regime. Jihad in Syria makes strategic sense for the jihadists, he concludes; trying to accommodate that regime seems, at best, on uncertain grounds and perhaps an exercise in wishful thinking.


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The regime in Syria is in league with the theocrats in Iran, facilitating their access to Lebanon and to the Palestinian territories, but hints that it is open to accommodation with Israel and for a strategic bargain with the United States. In Syria through Jihadist Eyes, Nibras Kazimi, a young writer on Arab affairs, challenges that country’s presumed readiness for peace The regime in Syria is in league with the theocrats in Iran, facilitating their access to Lebanon and to the Palestinian territories, but hints that it is open to accommodation with Israel and for a strategic bargain with the United States. In Syria through Jihadist Eyes, Nibras Kazimi, a young writer on Arab affairs, challenges that country’s presumed readiness for peace and normalcy.  With field notes accumulated in a Syrian environment not generally hospitable to research and inquiry, Kazimi provides a unique view of the Syrian regime and its base at home, filling a void in our understanding of the intelligence barons and soldiers who run that country. He offers a look at the tactical, propagandist, and strategic ingredients required, in jihadist eyes, for a successful jihad—and whether those ingredients are available in Syria. Kazimi assesses how sectarianism and the global jihadist interest in taking the battle to Syria could derail policy overtures from Washington aimed at normalizing relations with the Asad regime. Jihad in Syria makes strategic sense for the jihadists, he concludes; trying to accommodate that regime seems, at best, on uncertain grounds and perhaps an exercise in wishful thinking.

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    It was awesome. Very comprehensive and Middle East scholar, Nibras, is one of the few people who predicted the current turmoil in Syria far ahead of time.

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