The battered Kurds of Iraq find stability. David Pollock @WashInstitute

Mar 23, 02:33 AM

Photo:German Baghdad Railway, 190_. Arabs working with picks E. of Aleppo

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01/01/1900

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American Colony (Jerusalem). Photo Dept., photographer

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Aleppo

Aleppo, Syria’s largest city, is one of the longest continuously inhabited cities in the world.

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Khabab (Syria), 33.00000, 36.26667

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Library of Congress

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The battered Kurds of Iraq find stability. David Pollock @WashInstitute

David Pollock, the Bernstein fellow at The Washington Institute, focuses on the political dynamics of Middle East countries. He is the director of Project Fikra, a program of research, publication, and network-building designed to generate policy ideas for promoting positive change and countering the spread of extremism in the Middle East. At the forefront of this effort is Fikra Forum, a unique Arabic-English bilingual online platform that promotes exchanges between mainstream Muslims and Arab democrats and U.S. decision makers and opinion leaders.

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