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christhelesbian
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read this awhile ago but free palestine 🇵🇸❤️

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KristiAhlers
About the Night | Anat Talshir
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For the #travelthroughbooks we visit Jerusalem. This is a love story in just about every way. Not a romance story. This is about love and loss and differences. At times it was a really slow going read and it took a bit to connect with Elias and Lila but once I did it was a solid read. #springread #jerusalem #middleeast

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TracyReadsBooks
Crusader Castles | Hugh Kennedy
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Work reading starting to intrude a little on “not work” reading time as I prepare to excavate for the first time in three years. Fortunately, work reading = fun reading so it‘s all good!

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Marmie7
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My picks for #Asianreadathon. I've already started The Hundred Years' War on Palestine. Its heartbreaking and eye opening. I've wanted to understand more about the conflict between Israel and Palestine and this book clearly lays it out.

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Smarkies
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A collection on essays from journalists based in the #middleeast . They were grouped into similar themes but it was a good intro into some translated journalism and different view points.
A #bookspin read as well as #booked2022 #writtenbyajournalist

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jenniferw88
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Ok so yesterday's post would have worked better for #soldiers, but they're bound to be mentioned in this book about the Iraq war.

#200pnpcovers @CrowCAH @mabell

mabell Yikes 2mo
CrowCAH Yup, there would be soldiers in war. 2mo
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SqueakyChu
Leap of Faith: Memoirs of an Unexpected Life | Queen Noor (consort of Hussein, King of Jordan)
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This book had been a signed copy to me from my beloved late sister-in-law for my birthday. I‘ve had this book for years, but only now am I getting around to reading it.

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Vansa
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TheKidUpstairs
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#OnThisDay in 1912, double Pulitzer Prize winning historian Barbara Tuchman was born in NYC. A popular - rather than academic - historian, Tuchman was a champion of narrative nonfiction and called herself a creative writer. She wrote her first book while raising her children following WW2, and published a book every 4 years after that. In 1979 she became the first female president of the American Academy of Arts and Letters. #HistoryGetsLIT

DrexEdit I love these history posts! I look forward to them. Thank you! 😊 4mo
Kdgordon88 This posts reminds me I have been meaning to read something by the author. I had this one on my shelf for years 4mo
Butterfinger Thank you for posting this. I have never heard of her. 4mo
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