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There have been any number of books that have worked hard at interpreting the melange called the Middle East. This one, however, makes a difference because it's so well written and captures the ... Read full review
This is a great introduction to understanding the problems in Palestine/Israel. Friedman uses tons of anecdotes which border on irritating but that's also how I was able to retain much of the information in the book. It is a reflection of his experience in the Middle East and with personal stories of the people there. Highly recommended for those wanting to learn more of the history of the 70's and 80's in the Middle East.
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The Israeli Invasion of Lebanon
Whose Country Is This Anyway?
The Fault Line
Under the Spotlight
Who Is Dreaming about Whom?
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The End of Something
PRAISE FOR Thomas Friedmans FROM BEIRUT
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