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Black September to Desert Storm: A Journalist in the Middle East

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For more than twenty years, Claude Salhani traveled throughout the volatile Middle East as a photojournalist and reporter in search of the region's biggest stories. Wars, terrorist acts, demonstrations by religious extremists, and the flight of refugees were among the events he witnessed. "I have seen much through my lens . . . the most terrible cruelties, the most ...more
Paperback, 280 pages
Published May 20th 1998 by University of Missouri (first published April 1998)
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Claude Salhani
My opinion regarding this book is terribly biased seeing that i am the author. Hiving said that, i can genuinely say that it is an enjoyable book that explains some the madness of war and conflict. It is also a good history book of the Lebanese civil war. I truly think that it is the only book on the Lebanese civil war that is not biased towards one side or the other. it is also the only book that i know of that traces the real start of the war.

its written from a very personal perspective, wher
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