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Letters: The Assad option, and a pre-nup for Taki

Plus: A defence of Christopher Lee; Americanisms; Nick Kyrgios; and croquet

25 July 2015

9:00 AM

25 July 2015

9:00 AM

Don’t write off Assad

Sir: Ahmed Rashid refers to our ‘Arab allies’ supporting al-Qaeda (‘The plan to back al-Qaeda against Isis’, 18 July). Clearly they are no allies of ours, so thank you Mr Rashid for pointing this out. Apart from that, his perspective is peculiar. He starts off by accusing Assad of plunging Syria into a bloody civil war.

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