标题（title）：People Like Us: Misrepresenting the Middle East
出版社（publisher）：Soft Skull Press
大小（size）：611 kB (626108 bytes)
In People Like Us, which became a bestseller in Holland, Joris Luyendijk tells the story of his five years as a correspondent in the Middle East. Extremely young for a correspondent but fluent in Arabic, he spoke with stone throwers and terrorists, taxi drivers and professors, victims and aggressors, and all of their families. He chronicles first-hand experiences of dictatorship, occupation, terror, and war. His stories cast light on a number of major crises, from the Iraq War to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, along with less-reported issues such as underage orphan trash-collectors in Cairo. Read more...
Abstract: Featuring the story of author's five years as a reporter in the Middle East, this title alerts us of the way the media gives us a filtered and manipulated version of reality in the Middle East. Read more...
Table of contents :
Content: Hello everybody! --
Journalism for beginners --
No news --
Donor darlings and a Hitler cocktail --
Hamiha haramiha --
All the new that's fit to print --
September 11 and the blank spots in the dictatorship --
A new world --
The law of the scissors --
"They are killing innocent Jews" --
A bloody occupation --
The middleman's dilemma --
Absurd and bizarre --
New puppets, old strings --
"There's money in the flag."