5 edition of The Politically Incorrect Guideâ¢ to the Middle East found in the catalog.
January 1, 2008
by Blackstone Audio Inc.
Written in English
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In this timely book, completed before the current outbreak of unrest in Bahrain that has formed part of the Arab Spring, Laurence Louer explains, the background of the Bahraini conflict in the context of the wider issue of Shiism as a political force in the Arab Middle East, amongst other issues relating to the role of Shiite Islamist movements in regional politics. This article is part of a series on publishing in the Middle East which is sponsored by the Abu Dhabi International Book Fair.. By Daniel Kalder. This year the United Kingdom will is the “country focus” at the Abu Dhabi International Book Fair, which starts this .
As soon as it was formed, the Committee on Law in the Middle East began to prepare the broad outline of this volume and consider the contributors to it. It was felt that a work of this kind should be the product of a group of collaborators, enlisted from the world of scholarship in the Islamic countries as well as from among Western scholars. Bustan: The Middle East Book Review is a journal dedicated to review. Published by Moshe Dayan Center for Middle East and African Studies (MDC) at Tel Aviv University, each issue of Bustan typically includes at least three long-form review essays that review new literature. These essays explore broad themes or issues on a particular topic that go beyond the content of the books under review.
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Now, in The Politically Incorrect Guide(tm) to the Middle East, veteran Middle East correspondent Martin Sieff puts the lie to all these myths and clichés, giving you everything you need to know about the region to understand its past, its present, and its possible future/5(67).
Special Conservative Book Club hardcover edition -- not available in stores. The Middle East: it's a region that's almost never off the front pages --yet it's one that most Americans know little about. The mainstream media and Ivy League academics only make matters worse by casting everything in the usual politically-correct mold: Arab terrorists are The Politically Incorrect Guide™ to the /5(8).
The Politically Incorrect Guide to the Middle East by Martin Sieff tries to dispel erroneous myths about the state of the Middle East today and how it got to where it is. It attempts to cut through the politically motivated interpretations and definitions of the history of the region including religious explanations for misunderstandings and /5(28).
The Politically Incorrect Guide to the Middle East. by Martin Sieff. Format: Hardcover Change. The best book on the Middle East that I have read. The author, Martin Sieff, really digs into the history of the Middle East Conflict.
The Politically Incorrect Guide to 4/5. The Middle East is almost never off the front pages, yet most Americans know little about the region. Why. The mainstream media and Ivy League academics, instead of helping, only make matters worse by casting everything in the usual politically correct mold: Arab terrorists are just desperate freedom fighters, and the region's one free democracy -- Israel -- is the oppressor, not least because /5(6).
The Politically Incorrect Guide is a book series by Regnery Publishing presenting conservative viewpoints that are politically incorrect on various topics. Each book is written by a different author and generally presents a conservative or libertarian  viewpoint on the subject at hand.
The series was the brainchild of Jeffrey Rubin,  then editor of the. Robert Spencer's The Politically Incorrect Guide to Islam (and the Crusades)'s most useful aspects are its examination of Islamic texts, including the Koran, its historical overview of the application of those texts, especially the violent ones, and its defense, at least in part, of the Crusades/5.
Posts about MIDDLE EAST written by Editor and ISMC. Here’s the politically incorrect and inconvenient version of American interests in the region. The United States has at least four vital national interests that it really cares deeply about.
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The Politically Incorrect Guide to Jihad pulls apart the dark world of radical Islam, exposing the inner-workings and motivations of the most violent menace of the 21st : Regnery Publishing. Let me offer my two cents on my own question. I go through similar logic to that used in this video: ?v=3uBcq1x7P34&feature= Ian Black: From Egypt to Syria, Palestine to Iraq, the hopes of the Arab spring lie in tatters.
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Borrow eBooks, audiobooks, and videos from thousands of public libraries worldwide. Political uprisings, religious significance, and petroleum resources have combined to make the political life of the Middle East crucially important to the rest of the world.
This book begins with an introduction to key aspects of Middle Eastern politics, including the influences of tribalism, kinship, and the Islamic faith. The remaining chapters provide a closer look at six countries whose. The Best Middle Eastern History & Politics Books A camel train passing Jerusalem infrom The Library of Congress The Best Middle Eastern History & Politics Books is a reading list for those with a serious interest in understanding the modern Middle East and North Africa (MENA).
This new edition of the best-selling Politics in the Middle East is an analysis of systems and processes in Middle Eastern politics that focuses on the themes of power, stratification, and development. Special emphasis is placed upon the forces of social change as they sweep across the region. This study also includes emphasis on such important issues as the role of civil society, the patterns.
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More a history book rather than a book on contemporary MidEast politics, but Stephen Kinzer's All The Shah's Men is a fantastic read. It's immaculately researched, and really should be required reading for anyone interested in Iran or the Middle. The History of the Book in the Middle East By Geoffrey Roper.
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Over the centuries the Middle East has confounded the dreams of conquerors and peacemakers alike. This now-classic book, fully updated tofollows the historic struggles of the region over the last two hundred years, from Napoleon's assault on Egypt, through the slow decline and fall of the Ottoman Empire, to the painful emergence of modern nations, the Palestinian question and /5(49).