A very good book about "them"

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  1. belalady

    belalady Guest

    « La guerre d’après », by Mr Laurent Murawiec, member of the very serious Hudson Institute (Albin Michel editor in France), only in french for the moment, in any good french bookshop in States.
    But the very good bibliography (a part)

    David Pryce-Jones, « The Closed Circles : An interpretation of the Arabs », New York, Harper Perennial, 1991

    Robert Baer, « See No Evil », New York, Crown Publishers, 2001

    Stephen Schwartz, « The two faces of Islam from Tradition to Terror », New York, Doubleday 2002

    Jean-Charles Brisard and Guillaume Dasquié, « Forbidden Truth : US, Taliban Secret Oil Diplomacy and the Failed Hunt for bin Laden », New York, Thunder’s Mouth Press-Nation Books, 2002

    Antony Cave Brown, « Gods and Gold : The Story of Aramco and the Saudi Kings », New York, Haughton Mifflin, 1999

    Martin Kramer, « Ivory Towers on Sand : The failure of Middle Eastern Studies in America », Washington Institute for Middle East Policy, Washington D.C. 2001

    Adam Parfrey, « Extreme Islam : Anti-American Propaganda of Muslim Fundamentalism », Los Angeles, Feral House 2001

    Ahmed Rashid, « Taliban : Militant Islam, Oil and Fundamentalism in Central Asia », New Haven, Yale Nota Bene, Yale University Press, 2001

    Alexei Vassiliev, « History of Saudi Arabia », New York, New York University Press, 2000

    Sandra Mackey, « The Saudis, Inside the Desert Kingdom », New York, W.W. Norton, 2000

    Joseph A.Kechichian, « Succession in Saudi Arabia », New York, Palgrave, 2001

    Olivier Roy : « The failure of Political Islam », Cambridge, Harvard University Press, 1994

    Robert Lacey : « The Kingdom : Arabia and the house of Saud », New York, Avon 1981

    Steven Emerson, « The American house of Saud : The Secret Petrodollar Connection », New York, Franklin Watts, 1985

    Ahmed Rashid, « Jihad : The Rise of Militant Islam in Central Asia », New Haven, Yale University Press

    Philip S.Khoury and Joseph Kostiner, « Tribes and State formation in the Middle East », Berkeley, University of California Press, 1990

    J.B. Kelly : « Arabia, the Gulf and the West », New York, Basic Books

    Women can read :
    Reading Lolita in Tehran, by Azar Nafisi, Randon House, New York,
    Princess, by Jean P Sasson, William Morrow and Compagny, New York
    Sold, by Zana Muhsen, Futura Publication
    For the love of a child, by Betty Mahmoody, St Martin’s press,

    I hope you will read my text : About freedom and Iraq
    and my links with my others

    Best regards
  2. regulator

    regulator Guest

    I will buy this book.
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