Sectarian strife is the worst it's been in many years—and Syria isn't helping
Sectarian strife is the worst it's been in many years—and Syria isn't helping.
“I’m full of anger and sadness when I think of Egypt,” emails a protester from Syria’s capital of Damascus, who asked to be referred to as Rana to protect her identity. Months earlier, when I met her during my stay in Damascus, Rana was full of vigor and excitement when talking about how the budding Syrian revolution could mirror Egypt’s. “The protests are growing.