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Publisher's Summary

Do you know your Hamas from your Hezbollah? What is the fighting about? Does the conflict encourage Islamic terrorism? Can there be peace in the region?

Middle East Conflict tackles the big questions in a pithy pocket guide. In under 110 minutes, you can sound knowledgeable when others don't.

©2008 Pocket Issue (P)2008 Pocket Issue

Critic Reviews

"Exactly what any busy person needs - the facts at your fingertips! Never get caught out again when a conversation starts on the big issues of our time." ( Jeremy Vine, BBC Radio 2 and Panorama)
"For everyone who longs to be well informed but lacks the time (or attention span)." ( The Observer)
"Precisely what's needed/" ( The Daily Mail)

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Ug

Would you try another book from Nathaniel Price and/or the narrators?

only if it is not a question and answer book.

What was most disappointing about Nathaniel Price???s story?

The Question of the Middle East are complicated and diverse. I expected to see some form of that diversity in this book.
I did not see anything worth using a credit on it.