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Submitted by Odil Malazgirt (United States), May 11, 2006 at 14:00

I am in my sophomre year in highschool, and I chose this book to read for my history class. I am writing an essay on the terrorism in the middle east and how America is dealing with it. I am getting some facts on the situation from this and other books. i love the introduction to this book. I am from Turkey so i understand how you felt the first time you went to the middle east. Very important and different place. have fun the next time you go.

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