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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.
A bit dated but still relevant. This book really made clear the differences between the US and middle east politics, specifically Palestine and Israel.Published 8 days ago by Brenda Robertson
I'm interested in anything Tom Friedman has to say. Regardless of whether or not I always agree with everything he says, he's knowledgeable, intelligent, articulate and thought... Read morePublished 12 days ago by Mary Ann
I hope that all the members of Congress, the Military, the Special Interest/Lobbies read this insightful body of work. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Joseph A Bonales
Advertised as being in good condition yet the book looks like it has been left in the sun for days after having been read by three hundred college studentsPublished 22 days ago by Clara Allen
Awesome book about globalization! I am pleased with this service.Published 29 days ago by Patricia Dashti
A great read on my Kindle. I only regret that I can't find a 2014 book of the same scope. The tides change too fast in the Middle East, mere authors can't keep up. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Harshjudge
Fascinating middle east analysis. You do not have to agree with every analysis in the book to find it highly informative and very well written.Published 2 months ago by Rami Jacob