Conflict in the Middle East
The Middle East is home to three great religions, much of the world's oil, and some of the bitterest, most violent conflicts in modern times. Through objective overviews, primary sources, and full color illustrations this title examines the long-running Arab-Israeli conflict, the rise of Islamic militancy, the affects of U.S. involvement and the possibilities for peace in the Middle East.
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