Flames of War
The Middle East remains in turmoil as it has been forever, or so it seems. It now appears, however, that Islamic groups and countries are acquiring both modern weapons and training to use them. Add a heavy dose of willingness, or even eagerness to die for the cause, and a powder-keg is the result. This book examines important issues in Iran, Syria, Lebanon and Israel.
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