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003: The Hugo Winners, Vol. 3, Part 1
003: The Hugo Winners, Vol. 3, Part 1
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Holy Land, Whose Land? Modern Dilemma, Ancient Roots examines how the land sacred to three world religions has become a cauldron of conflict, struggling with the continual intrusion of the past upon the present. The book traverses the regions history from Abraham to Arafat, focusing on the interface of Judaism, Islam, and Christianity and on the issues that today place the Holy Land in the vortex of world affairs. The author does not take sides but instead attempts to create understanding. A must read for anyone who seeks to understand the tragedy of international events taking place in the Middle East today (Small Press Bookwatch); Intelligent, accessible style... Solid research and thoughtful reflections (Rep. Lee Hamilton, co-Chair, Bi-Partisan 9-11 Review Committee). A readable and important insight into what created todays Middle East tensions. ((the late) Sen. Paul Simon) Without being partisan, the author introduces almost all the players and presents all the scenes of history that have resulted in the conflict that is causing so much bloodshed today in the region (Aharon ben Anshel, The Jewish Press); Makes a valuable contribution to understanding a complex, bloodstained issue (Doug Esser, Associated Press). The book is available through Ingram, Baker and Taylor, Barnes and Noble, Borders, Amazon.com, and independent bookstores nationwide.      

Author: Isaac Asimov

Language: English

Binding: Mass Market Paperback

Publisher: Fawcett

Publication Date: 1982-01-12

Our Price: $3.89

ISBN: 0449238415

Isaac Asimov  Mass Market Paperback