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I'm usually not ecstatic about his books, which indeed tend to be a rather conventional pro-Israeli view of Arab and Islamic history, and sometimes have mistakes resulting from his... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
Arabs are Semites. The entire basis of the book is a red-herring and a fallacy. Propaganda doing what propaganda does best, leading on those who don't know any better.Published 12 months ago by Angel Morillas
As usual Lewis does a superb job in explaining the worlds oldest problem.He traces this pathology back 3 millenia,and it is thorough and to a Jew,very distressing and depressing.kiPublished 16 months ago by Dr. Noel Hershfield
Lewis is criticized thorughout the Muslim/Arab worlds for telling it like it is.
The truth sometimes hurts. He is obviously well versed on so many
aspects of that world.
This is not so much an academic study as it is a biased piece of propaganda, carefully selecting and presenting what will suit the author's political bent. Read morePublished on February 21, 2007 by SJ
Violence is often linked to propaganda, incitement, and biased perceptions of others. That is why I think Lewis was right to begin his book by giving an example of a bomb that was... Read morePublished on November 14, 2004 by Jill Malter
The bout of Jew-hate that convulsed Europe until the fall of Hitler was in effect an episode, a long-lived but ultimately futile piece of social pathology dependent not on any... Read morePublished on September 4, 2003 by F. P. Barbieri
This book is essential reading for anyone who wants to comprehend the deep passions underlying the Mid-East conflict. Read morePublished on October 31, 2002 by Barry L Werner