Arab street

noun the Arab street
(informal) public opinion in the Arab world
Contemporary Examples

Both American opinion and the arab street are unified in their opposition to U.S. involvement.
Obama’s Syrian “Red Line” Could Return Us To The Mistakes of Iraq Lloyd Green May 4, 2013


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