A view from the eye of the storm : terror and reason in the Middle East /
by Harari, Haim.Publisher: New York, NY : HarperCollins Publishers, Inc., c2005Edition: 1st ed.Description: xii, 222 p. : 23 cm.ISBN: 0060839112; 9780060839116.Subject(s): Terrorism -- Islamic countries | Arab-Israeli conflictOnline resources: Publisher description | Contributor biographical information
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Epoka University Library
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"From the speech that became an international sensation"--Cover.
Foreword: The scientist and the taxi driver -- Pt. 1: The raging storm. From Abraham Lincoln to the Internet ; Where is the storm? ; MTA: Master's in terror administration ; The virgins are ready ; A ticking bomb ; Rewriting international law ; The referee is biased -- Pt. 2: The hesitant world. Trouble in Giobania ; Intellectual property and intellectual poverty ; There goes the neighborhood ; The non-Arab crescent ; Freedom fries ; Does the sun rise in the East ; Right is wrong ; Left behind ; Ignorance and apathy -- Pt. 3: The persistent lies. The superficial village ; Words kill ; Pictures lie ; The truth, but not the whole truth ; Some refugees are more equal than others ; Rewriting history ; Life near the end zone ; Fooling most of the people, most of the time -- Pt. 4: The uncertain future. They mean what they say ; Why don't you choose someone else? ; Milli-Giobania in the eye of the storm ; Collective suicide ; Everybody know the solution ; The nuclear stone age ; A correct diagnosis is half a cure ; The world according to my Grandmother.