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  • Sense and Nonsenseby Stuart Arden

    Gefen Publishing House 2013; US$ 9.99

    Israel has won its wars, or at the very least, stopped its destruction by the opposing Arab armies. However, in another war, the war of words (i.e. hasbara), Israel is in serious trouble. No government of Israel has been able to handle hasbara properly, and that is the aim of this book. In a discussion between American President Jimmy Carter and... more...

  • To Baghdad and Backby Mordechai Ben-Porat

    Gefen Publishing House 1998; US$ 9.99

    Between the years 1949 and 1952, over 130,000 Jews immigrated to Israel from Iraq, thanks largely to the efforts of emissaries from Israel and activists of the 'Halutz' Movement in Iraq. This astounding Zionist accomplishment, known as Operation Ezra and Nehemiah, gave a final and glorious curtain call to the ancient Babylonian exile. more...

  • Return of the Pharaohby Zainab Al-Ghazali; Mokrane Guezzou

    Kube Publishing Ltd 2015; US$ 12.99

    Before reshaping the political landscape in Egypt in the 1960s, Zainab al-Ghazali was imprisoned and brutally tortured under Nasir's regime. more...

  • Iran's Revolutionary Guardby Steven Ohern

    Potomac Books 2011; US$ 29.95

    Since the Iranian Revolution more than thirty years ago, the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), also known as the Revolutionary Guard, has conducted covert and overt military operations, built an economic empire, and trained, financed, and guided terrorists to pursue one goal?the preservation and expansion of the Islamic revolution. Inside... more...

  • Afghanistanby Anthony Arnold

    Hoover Institution Press 1985; US$ 14.99

    On December 27, 1979, the USSR invaded Afghanistan to save an endangered communist regime. The People's Democratic Party of Afghanistan, founded in 1965 but almost immediately riven into two hostile wings, had been induced by Moscow into unifying in 1977 in order to seize power the following year. Within weeks, however, the majority Khalqi faction... more...

  • Imperial Designsby Deepak Tripathi

    Potomac Books 2013; US$ 26.95

    Since the age of Alexander the Great, waves of foreign armies have invaded the Middle East and South Asia to plunder their vast treasures. In Imperial Designs , Deepak Tripathi offers a powerful and unique analysis of how this volatile region has endured the manipulation and humiliation of such wars. He argues that these foreign invasions to gain... more...

  • The Making of Salafismby Henri Lauzière

    Columbia University Press 2015; US$ 54.99

    Some Islamic scholars hold that Salafism is an innovative and rationalist effort at Islamic reform that emerged in the late nineteenth century but disappeared in the mid twentieth. Others argue Salafism is an anti-innovative and antirationalist movement of Islamic purism that dates back to the medieval period yet persists today. Though they contradict... more...

  • In Defence of Britain's Middle Eastern Empireby Timothy Paris

    Sussex Academic Press 2016; US$ 99.99

    T. E. Lawrence (of Arabia) described his war-time chief as ?the perfect leader?, a man who ?worked by influence rather than by loud direction. ? He was like water, or permeating oil, creeping silently and insistently through everything. It was not possible to say where Clayton was and was not, and how much really belonged to him.? This is the first... more...

  • Private and Royal Life in the Ottoman Palaceby Ilber Ortayli

    Blue Dome Press 2014; US$ 8.99

    Topkapi Palace was the official and primary residence of the Ottoman sultans for almost four centuries of their 624-year reign. This illustrated guide to Topkapi Palace (the heart of a vast transcontinental empire until the mid-nineteenth century) explores Ottoman history, as it relates to specific sections of the palace. Ortayli, a famed Turkish... more...

  • Chief Complaintby Hatim Kanaaneh

    Just World Books 2015; US$ 9.99

    With these short stories, Hatim Kanaaneh explores the changing, precarious, and ever-shrinking world of Palestinians living in Israel. As his village?s first Western-trained physician, Kanaaneh had intimate access to his neighbor?s lives, and he chronicles them here in a fictionalized collection of vignettes. His cunningly crafted stories reveal the... more...