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I started reading this book about a year ago just out of interest and finished it up the other day.
"Beirut to Jerusalem" is a book that should be read first if one wants to understand what is really going on.
The book mixes personal stories with regional history, to give both color and context to regional events.
Read this book many years ago but lost the book (paperback edition) during a move. Had to have it again in hardcover this time. Great book!Published 1 month ago by Jeffrey L. Monaco
this book is 20 years old but still communicates great information. It shows not to much has changed in the middle east in a thousand years . Read morePublished 3 months ago by bob in tampa
This book is a very good read. It provides interesting insight into the struggles in the middle east from a different perspective. Overall a great read.Published 3 months ago by Serge
Book is excellent. It gives a different perspective on the MIddle East and Israel. We see it through the eyes of a newsman who lived with the people and spent time analyzing the... Read morePublished 3 months ago by sylvia walker
Gave me a greater understanding of the region. I encourage Mr. Friedman to continue to update the book. I would strongly recommend this book.Published 4 months ago by Paul G. Yelensky
When first written, this book was the most comprehensive and enlightening treatment on the genesis of the hatred within the middle east. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Stephen F. Whitmore
This is my favorite writing of Friedman's, because as he has become more of an armchair thinker, I don't believe he has made a good case for his intellect. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Ivo F. Austin