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The Arabs: Journeys Beyond the Mirage

by David Lamb

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The former Middle East correspondent for the Los Angeles Times and author of The Africans gives an entertaining and enlightening portrait of the Arab peoples and their tumultuous world.

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Explores the religious, political, and cultural views of the Arabs, discussing the differences and similarities between the many segments of the Arab world.

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