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The Global War on Tourists

The Sinai, since Moses led the exodus from Egypt, has been a wilderness where people are few and laws are handed down by God. For millennia, only a handful of monks and mystics and Bedouin tribesmen lived among bone-dry mountains or along the edges of the seas. In the 20th century, the Sinai became the great desert battleground between Israel and Egypt, which left it emptier than ever, except for the twisted hulks of trucks and tanks, unexploded shells, and unrecovered land mines. Full Story

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