Inshallah (e-bok) av Donald Boström
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In this new edition of the book Inshallah, the world famous journalist Donald Boström publishes his harrowing and powerful stories and photos along with essays by many prominent writers on the subject. Based on personal experiences, they describe and analyze ideas, events and phenomena. We meet with refugees, settlers, Intifada-activists, Yasser Arafat and especially Jerusalem, the city of strong and unforgiving emotions, which many see as their territory and home. In this edition, Professo...
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Undertext The Conflict Between Israel and Palestine
Författare Donald Boström (författare)
Utgiven 1 januari 2001
Längd 201 sidor
Genrer Samhälle Och Politik, Fackböcker
Språk Swedish
Format epub
Kopieringsskydd Vattenmärkt
ISBN 9789178434091
In this new edition of the book Inshallah, the world famous journalist Donald Boström publishes his harrowing and powerful stories and photos along with essays by many prominent writers on the subject. Based on personal experiences, they describe and analyze ideas, events and phenomena. We meet with refugees, settlers, Intifada-activists, Yasser Arafat and especially Jerusalem, the city of strong and unforgiving emotions, which many see as their territory and home. In this edition, Professor Nancy Sheper-Huges from Berkeley University, California, and Donald Boström give the answer to the burning question that exploded worldwide in 2009: Did Israel illegally harvest organs from Palestinians? In its combined work of photos and text, analysis and commitment, this book is a unique document on one of today's most crucial conflicts. Contributing Authors Lars Boström Cordelia Edvardsson Per Gahrton Jan Guillou Thomas Hammarberg Per Jönsson Peter Löfgren Lena Lönnqvist Bengt Nilsson Nancy Scheper-Hughes Seppo Sinimaa Cecilia Uddén Donald Boström, Journalist, author and photographer. Since his first interview with Yassir Arafat in 1985, he has covered most of the events in the conflict. Contributing Authors Lars Boström Cordelia Edvardsson Per Gahrton Jan Guillou Thomas Hammarberg Per Jönsson Peter Löfgren Lena Lönnqvist Bengt Nilsson Nancy Scheper-Hughes Seppo Sinimaa Cecilia Uddén