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American Arabists In The Cold War Middle East 194675

Author : Teresa Fava Thomas
ISBN : 9781783085101
Genre : History
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This book examines the careers of 53 area experts in the US State Department’s Middle East bureau during the Cold War. Known as Arabists or Middle East hands, they were very different in background, education, and policy outlook from their predecessors, the Orientalists. A highly competitive selection process and rigorous training shaped them into a small corps of diplomatic professionals with top-notch linguistic and political reporting skills. Case studies shed light on Washington’s perceptions of Israel and the Arab world, as well as how American leaders came to regard (and often disregard) the advice of their own expert advisors. This study focuses on their transformative role in Middle East diplomacy from the Eisenhower through the Ford administrations.

Studies On The Civilization Of Islam

Author : Hamilton Alexander Rosskeen Gibb
ISBN : 0691007861
Genre : Religion
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Ranging from studies on Sufism and the Koran to discussion of nineteenth and twentieth-century Arabic literature, these essays on the law and literature of Islamic society illustrate the unique vision of one of the world's great Orientalists. Originally published in 1982. The Princeton Legacy Library uses the latest print-on-demand technology to again make available previously out-of-print books from the distinguished backlist of Princeton University Press. These paperback editions preserve the original texts of these important books while presenting them in durable paperback editions. The goal of the Princeton Legacy Library is to vastly increase access to the rich scholarly heritage found in the thousands of books published by Princeton University Press since its founding in 1905.

Advanced English Arabic Translation

Author : El Mustapha Lahlali
ISBN : 0748645845
Genre : Foreign Language Study
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This clearly structured guide will help learners who already have a basic grasp of Arabic to hone their translation skills.

Author : جبرا ابراهيم جبرا
ISBN : 9973165500
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Before Their Diaspora A Photographic History Of The Palestinians 1867 1984

Author : Walid Khalidi
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Author : رحباني، ابرهم متر
ISBN : 9953417059
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1700 1900

Author : بشارة دوماني
ISBN : 9953901333
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Author : نجيب محفوظ
ISBN : 9789770915172
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فى بنسيون ميرامار بجوار محطة الرمل بالإسكندرية - وفى الستينات بكل صراعاتها الفكرية والسياسية والإجتماعية- تلتقى مجموعة من الشخصيات المتنافرة المتصارعة . وفى المركز من كل ذلك تبدو زهرة الريفية النقية الطموحة. فهل يفوز بها أحد ؟ يحكى نجيب محفوظ هذه الحكاية عن طريق أربع شخصيات من سكان البنسيون من أربع وجهات نظر. إنها رباعية الإسكندرية الجديدة

Author : قندور، محيي الدين
ISBN : 6144191046
Genre : Arabic fiction
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Author : نجيب محفوظ
ISBN : 9789770914953
Genre : Fiction
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AN ANCHOR PAPERBACK ORIGINAL From the Nobel Prize laureate and author of the acclaimed Cairo Trilogy, a beguiling and artfully compact novel set in Sadat's Egypt. "[Mahfouz] is not only a Hugo and a Dickens, but also a Galsworthy, Zola and a Jules Romain."--Edward Said The time is 1981, Anwar al-Sadat is president, and Egypt is lurching into the modern world. Set against this backdrop, The Day the Leader Was Killed relates the tale of a middle-class Cairene family. Rich with irony and infused with political undertones, the story is narrated alternately by the pious and mischievous family patriarch Muhtashimi Zayed, his hapless grandson Elwan, and Elwan's headstrong and beautiful fiancee Randa. The novel reaches its climax with the assassination of Sadat on October 6, 1981, an event around which the fictional plot is skillfully woven. The Day the Leader Was Killed brings us the essence of Mahfouz's genius and is further proof that he has, in the words of the Nobel citation, "formed an Arabic narrative art that applies to all mankind."

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