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A Country of Words The Life of Abdel Bari Atwan A Palestinian Journey from the Refugee Camp to the Front Page

?ّف إلى عائلته التي ما تزال تعيش في مخيّم بائس في قطاع غزةكذلك يروي عطوان تفاصيل لقاءاته الاستثنائية مع شخصيات عالمية، بما في ذلك تناوله الشاي مع مارغريث ثاتشر، وعطلة نهاية الأسبوع التي قضاها في كهف أسامة بن لادن، Country of Words The Life Kindle وحواراته المعمّقة مع ياسر عرفات، فضلاً عن الشجار الذي نشب بين العقيد معمر القذافي وشاه إيران والذي شكّل خلفية سبقه الصحافي الأول، ولقائه المثير مع رفيق الحريري، ورسالة جمال عبد الناصر المفاجئة إليه التي كانت البذرة التي أسّست لرغبته بالكتابة والعمل في الصحافة. A bland wishy washy autobiography In his desire to build a well rounded David Copperfield like narrative Atwan compromises truth by being politically correct and by promising to reveal what really happened instead of saying it openly Half the truth is often a whole lie which means this book can be misleading if you want to know what was said in the interviews the journalist had with the many kings princes and presidents he met for the last 40 years or so

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ذه يسرد المؤلّف تفاصيل رحلته الاستثنائية بشيء من روح الدعابة وكثير من الصدق يصوّر عطوان فظاعة المجازر المرعبة التي ارتكبت في المخيّمات، والنتائج غير المتوقّعة للتدخّل البريطاني في المنطقةبعد شظف العيش والمعاناة ومحنة التشريد، وابتداء تغريبته الفلسطينية مع الكلمة والجغرافيا، من فلسطين إلى الأردن ومصر وليبيا والسعودية وانتهاءً ببريطانيا، يتحدّث المؤلف عن الصدمة الثقافية التي رافقت انتقاله الى لندن في سبعينيات القرن الماضي، كما يحكي قصة اصطحابه لابنه وابنته المولودين في بريطانيا للتع?. This book provides a real picture on the suffering of Palestinians since the establishment of Israel It also shows the feelings the Palestinians have for their country despite being far away from it for centuries now The dedication loyalty and love the Palestinians hold for their country will stay for generations The story of Abdel Bari Atwan is a realistic example on this


10 thoughts on “A Country of Words The Life of Abdel Bari Atwan A Palestinian Journey from the Refugee Camp to the Front Page

  1. says:

    This is an excellent memoir of a boy from the Gaza Strip who made it big he became editor of the first truly independent pan Arab newspapers willing to criticize both the dictators of the Middle East and the president of the United States Having just traveled to the Gaza Strip myself twice in the last five months I loved his description of the places I have seen and the events I have heardread about

  2. says:

    I've read the above book when it came out in 2009 written by the acclaimed journalist Mr Abdel Bari Atwan Founder Editor in Chief of al uds al Arabi a London based Arabic daily newspaper a memoir that represents an autobiography of his life molded into a very interesting list of events that affected and still affecting the shape of the Arab world now and extraordinary encounters that had an impact on his career including Osama Bin

  3. says:

    An excellent book that pictures the struggles of the Palestinians He was lucky enough to get out of Gaza and tell the world his story especially the west since they are sadly heavily influenced by their media which always pictures Israel an an innocent country that is desperately trying to seek peace with the P

  4. says:

    This book provides a real picture on the suffering of Palestinians since the establishment of Israel It also shows the feelings the Palestinians have for their country despite being far away from it for centuries now The dedication loyalty and love the Palestinians hold for their country will stay for generations The story of Abdel Bari Atwan is a realistic example on this

  5. says:

    I've read this book written by the acclaimed journalist Mr Abdel Bari Atwan Founder Editor in Chief of al uds al Arabi a London based Arabic daily newspaper a memoir that represents an autobiography of his life molded into a very interesting list of events that affected and still affecting the shape of the Arab world now and extraor

  6. says:

    I've read this book written by the acclaimed journalist Mr Abdel Bari Atwan Founder Editor in Chief of al uds al Arabi a London based Arabic daily newspaper a memoir that represents an autobiography of his life molded into a very interesting list of events that affected and still affecting the shape of the Arab world now and extraordinary encounters that had an impact on his career including Osama Bin Laden in Tora Bora Margaret Thatcher C

  7. says:

    It's 470 pages that talks about his life generally What makes it beautiful that it's not like a dairy He talks about his life as a hard working refugee who suffered to be a journalist in a time Palestinians had no rights world wild He was treated as a second rate human or maybe a third rate He's now a mark that we should b

  8. says:

    A bland wis

  9. says:

    I enjoyed it alotHow a young boy suffered in refugee camps until he became a successful man changing the world look to the issue of homeland

  10. says:

    What a life Abdel Bari Atwan has had A Country of Words is a fascinating autobiography told with humour and humanity It also vitally chronicles the Palestinian experience