Miller writing style is understandable and approachable.
Her book is a first-hand account of her experiences in the Arab world, ranging across North Africa into the Middle East, and makes for compelling reading.
Footnotes at the end of the book contains more stories and comments rather that references to sources she used for the information she referenced.
Interesting journey through the Mid-east. Very informative and then compare with todays troubles.Published 4 months ago by D. Brown
"Reporting from the Militant Middle East" - the subtitle - is apt.
Judith Miller gives her journalistic POV, from decades in the field with the New York Times, and as... Read more
fantastic, great reading, a essential book to have to understand the middle east, Judith tells it like it really isPublished 14 months ago by mac8352
Covers many countries of the Middle East. it's a bit dated, especially after the Arab Spring, but it's a very nice description of the sort that only a traveller in country could... Read morePublished on July 1, 2012 by Peace Village
While the book has addressed the idea that islamic groups in different ME countries have different agendas and follow them using different means, the main theme of the book was to... Read morePublished on December 16, 2006 by Samer Abu Taha
She is a good reporter; she has done much research in the Middle East and her viewpoints are largely, very insightful. Read morePublished on July 18, 2006 by Jeff Siddiqui
I wonder if Judith Miller's knowledge of Islam included actually learning the 99 names for God, which define the essence of God for Muslims. Read morePublished on November 10, 2005 by Bluegrass Maiden
I guess I must be the only one who fails to understand why there is such a fuss about this book. Judith Miller, a reporter, spent quite a while interviewing plenty of people and... Read morePublished on April 11, 2005 by Jill Malter
This is a very lousy book. It is a failing attempt to imitate Tom Friedman's From Beirut to Jerusalem. It is full of mistakes. Read morePublished on January 11, 2005 by Hussain Abdul-Hussain