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THE EARLY PHOENIX – Weekend Report

Media Intercepts of the Most Notable Events from the Middle East Selected by ACLS Experts TOP WEEKEND HEADLINES: TURKIYE IRAN & AFGHANISTAN WATER WAR LEBANON IRAN ISRAEL AND PALESTINE IRAQ NORTH AFRICA & EGYPT  THE GULF & YEMEN SYRIA

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April 2023

April 2023

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THE EARLY PHOENIXA first look at today’s most notable events from the Middle East, selected by ACLS experts 27 April 2023 IRAN ISRAEL SYRIA SUDAN IRAQ LEBANON TURKIYE GULF REGION Printable Version

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April 2023

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THE EARLY PHOENIXA first look at today’s most notable stories from the Middle East, selected by ACLS experts 22-24 April 2023 SUDAN IRAN ISRAEL AND PALESTINIAN TERRITORIES IRAQ YEMEN GULF REGION SYRIA LEBANON TURKIYE Printable Version

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April 2023

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THE EARLY PHOENIXA first look at today’s most notable stories from the Middle East, selected by ACLS experts 20 April 2023 IRAN ISRAEL & PALESTINIAN TERRITORIES  GULF REGION IRAQ TURKIYE SUDAN SYRIA LEBANON Printable Version

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March 2023

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March 2023

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THE EARLY PHOENIX A first look at today’s most notable stories from the Middle East, selected by ACLS experts 31 March 2023 Printable Version IRAN 1. Iran Condemns Fresh Israeli Attacks on Syria (Tasnim Agency). In a statement on Friday, Nasser Kanaani vehemently condemned the attacks that the “aggressive Zionist regime” has conducted against several

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March 2023

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THE EARLY PHOENIX A first look at today’s most notable stories from the Middle East, selected by ACLS experts 30 March 2023 Printable Version IRAN 1. IRGC Urges Palestinians to Take Advantage of Turmoil in Israel (Iran International). The spokesman of Iran’s Revolutionary Guard (IRGC) has called on the Palestinians to take advantage of recent

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March 2023

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THE EARLY PHOENIX A first look at today’s most notable stories from the Middle East, selected by ACLS experts 29 March 2023 Printable Version IRAN 1. Austin: Iran and Its Proxies Launched 83 Attacks on American Interests since Biden Took Office (Al Arabiya). A senior US cabinet official admitted Tuesday that the Biden administration should

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February 2023

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February 2023

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THE EARLY PHOENIX A first look at today’s most notable stories from the Middle East, selected by ACLS experts 28 February 2023 Printable Version SYRIA 1. U.S. House of Representatives Votes 414 to 2 to Condemn Assad’s Diversion of UN Aid and Urge Enforcement of Caesar Act (ACLS). On Monday evening, the U.S. House of

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February 2023

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THE EARLY PHOENIX A first look at today’s most notable stories from the Middle East, selected by ACLS experts 27 February 2023 Printable Version EGYPT 1. Egyptian Foreign Minister Visits Syria and Turkey for the First Time in a Decade (Al Quds Al Arabi). Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry will visit Syria and Turkey for

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February 2023

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THE EARLY PHOENIX A first look at today’s most notable stories from the Middle East, selected by ACLS experts 23 February 2023 Printable Version SYRIA 1. Details of Arrest Carried Out by U.S.-backed Forces in Southern Syria (Syrian Observer).  Confidential sources have told Athr Press that a Free Syrian Army patrol raided the Rukban camp

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January 2023

January 2023

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THE EARLY PHOENIX A first look at today’s most notable stories from the Middle East, selected by ACLS experts 31 January 2023 Printable Version IRAN 1. Iran FM Encourages Hamas and Palestinian Jihad leaders (Tehran Times). In separate phone calls with leaders of the Palestinian Hamas resistance movement Ismail Haniyeh and Islamic Jihad Ziyad al-Nakhalah,

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January 2023

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THE EARLY PHOENIX A first look at today’s most notable stories from the Middle East, selected by ACLS experts 27 January 2023 Printable Version SYRIA 1. SDF Commander:  We Are Not Part of the PKK; Turkiye Will Attack Kobane in February (Al Hadath). In a wide-ranging interview broadcast on Thursday, Syrian Democratic Forces commander Mazloum

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January 2023

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THE EARLY PHOENIX A first look at today’s most notable stories from the Middle East, selected by ACLS experts 26 January 2023 Printable Version IRAQ 1. The Iraqi “Tashkeel Al-Wartheen” Militia Claims Responsibility for the Attack on U.S. Base in Southern Syria (Syria TV). An Iraqi militia with strong relations to the Iranian Revolutionary Guard

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December 2023

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December 2022

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THE EARLY PHOENIX A first look at today’s most notable stories from the Middle East, selected by ACLS experts 30 DECEMBER 2022 Printable Version IRAN 1. Iran Makes Clandestine Purchase of Four Airliners to Evade U.S. Sanctions (Iran International). The planes started their journeys out of South Africa apparently headed for Uzbekistan but ended up

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December 2022

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THE EARLY PHOENIX A first look at today’s most notable stories from the Middle East, selected by ACLS experts 29 DECEMBER 2022 Printable Version SYRIA 1. Syrians Protest Against Ankara’s Outreach to the Assad Regime (Syria TV). On Wednesday activists in northwestern Syria called for demonstrations and vigils against the rapprochement between Turkey and the

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December 2022

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THE EARLY PHOENIX A first look at today’s most notable stories from the Middle East, selected by ACLS experts 28 DECEMBER 2022 Printable Version IRAN 1. Detained Victims In Iran Share Harrowing Stories Of Sexual Assault (Iran International). Armita Abbasi was reportedly raped brutally after being arrested on October 10, 2022. There are some reports

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