Arab States Weekly Review Nov 3rd – 9th 2012

Representatives of Syria’s divided opposition met in Qatar in an effort to create a united front that would supersede the Syrian National Council, which has failed to win the trust of those opposed to President Bashar Assad.

Prince Mohamed bin Nayef replaced one of his uncles as Saudi Arabia’s interior minister, a job his late father has held for 37 years.

Bahrain revoked the citizenship of over 30 opposition members, with the interior minister citing their ‘repeated abuse’ of the right of freedom of speech could no longer be accepted.

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