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Western media balanced personal at about the middle ground mezzaterra where an Egyptian intellectual living in Britain and travelling the world finds herself not always a nice place but one used by Ahdaf Soueif to pull others onto that mezzaterra and look from there towards both sides east and west and learn from both Mezzaterra was one of those impulse buys I wasn t familiar with the author until then and I also happened to pick it up without researching the book here on GR So of course it came as a pleasant surprise when I iscovered that Soueif is not only a prominent Arab intellectual and author but that I loved her istinctive style of writing Mezzaterra Fragments from the Common Ground is a collection of essays on politics literature and culture written by Soueif over a period of 25 years and published in many newspapers This collection offers a lot from scathing book reviews to a moving account of her journey into Palestine all of it narrarted in refreshing Globalisation Is Driven By is riven by ideology and communications Surely that is the path to constant conflict to grief and misery There is another way to inhabit and broaden the common ground This is the ground where everybody is welcome the ground we need to Haylee defend and to expand It is in Mezzaterra that every responsible person on this planet now needs to pitch their tent This is the ground from which this book is callingThe way forward for mankind is to find that common ground mezza terra in Italian instead of focusing on theifferences between us The author of this book came from Egypt to live in London a city which is so multi cultural that it s not like the rest of England But she The Columbia Guide to South African Literature in English Since 1945 (The Columbia Guides to Literature Since 1945) didn t recognise the version of her people that she saw reflected through Western eyes Theyon t want you to understand your enemy Because the minute you understand them they will no longer be your enemy I can t remember who said that Maybe it was my friend Nadja Or her brother Khaled But they were so right I was fascinated by the other world that Nadja allowed me a glimpse of and years later I ended up in Istanbul because of that association She had opened my eyes Perhaps if people travelled beyond their comfort zone the world would be a kinder place Ahdaf Soueif is a natural successor and inheritor of the mantle of her mentor the late Edward Sai. Lection in a western mirror” Whether an account of visiting Palestine and entering the Noble Sanctuary for the first time an interpretation of women who choose to wear the veil or her post September 11 reflections Soueif’s intelligent fearless eeply informed essays embody the modern search for identity and community. .
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some of the political commentaries is a bit self centered KOBOBOOKS a journal that is independant or neutral about Palestinians and Israelis lives it s rather sad and sometimes boring but overal good read to get better informed about the most complicated issue in the Middle East s and World s history i expected specially after the 1st chapter but it got surprisingly ull boring and complicatedsome of the essays were childish to me if she wanted to 僕のヒーローアカデミア 3-4 dish on jihan al sadat she could haveone effort than 5 useless pages that made no sense carried no evidence immaturethe other essays were uite passable but she was focused on using BIG words than using the RIGHT words again immature overall it showed prospect of a good political analysis and personal views of an Egyptian immigrant but it turned into a waste of time after the 1st 50 pages Part I This is Israel I The Path to Gay Rights do what I like I can shoot you Here Io what I likeThis isn t Israel This is the West BankWest Bank What is the West Bank the soldier turns to his friend uestioningly Mezzaterra Fragment From the Common Ground by Ahdaf SoueifWhat I Karen vs Alien d read in Mezzaterra was exactly the same scenes on what I read in Ghassan Kanafani s Palestine s Children only the Gendered Citizenships different was Palestine s Children is a collection of short stories but Mezzaterra is the real stories Both books enlighted meeeper to understand the situation between Palestine Israel and the world The insights written by the native writers gave me a new horizon to look into the situation I love the boldness and bravery of Soueif the coolest woman journalist The first half of Mezzaterra is mainly a collection of political essays and news articles focus on investigative jounalist Western media Palestine Israel conflict and American policy which is my most favourite part of the book Souief went to the ground in Palestine and Israel to interview their residences I knew that I would have to witness again the injustice that Israelis have been treating Palestinians but this reading shocked me even In this ground interview shows that Israelis made a habit of picking uareels beating even the children urinate in water tank thow tear gas and intentionally kill Palestine surveillance The Israeli military in every checkpoints hummiliate and threat to kill Palestinians There Is Isarael Only There is Isarael only They close the border so that the Palestinian farmers couldn t go to their own farm to havest the crops no food They close the border so Palestinians couldn t go to pray in the mosue just yesterday al Jazeera reported that Israeli military and ultra nationalist Jews attacked and thew gas in Al Asa Mosue compound uring the last ays of Ramadan While the interview with Palestinian residences are inhumanly terrified Souief uestions that aren t there a good Isareli at all And yes there are few Also there s Singing the Law differece between Israelis Jews and Zionists This book shows the perspectives on both sides I am very cautious when reading this book becasue it s the mix of the writer s opinion But the interv. From the bestselling author of the Booker Prize finalist The Map of Love–an incisive collection of essays on Arab identity art and politics that seeks to locate the mezzaterra or common ground in an increasingly globalized worldThe twenty five years’ worth of criticism and commentary collected here have earned Ahdaf. Iew and the evidence reveal their own truth Hense Israel has talked peace but build settlementHere are some of the brutal learning from this book Ariel Sharon s army shoots at ambulances and bulldozes housesown on top of pregnant women 51 s army shoots at ambulances and bulldozes houses Alchemic down on top of pregnant women 51 women have to give birth at the checkpoints 29 of these 51 babiesied In Palestine America We Sell Drugs defined itself as the honest broker between Palestinians and Israelis and proceeded to place matters in the hands of US Special Envoys most every one of whom was graduate of AIPAC The American Israel Public Affairs Committee If the world allows Israel to steal the West Bank and Jerusalem and toeny the history of the people it Problem Solving in Data Structures Algorithms Using C++ dispossessed in 1948 and 1967 then the world will have admitted it is a lawless place and the world will suffer the conseuences of this admission The first symtom of barbarisation of thought is the corruption of lanuage The media has a clearuty here But when watching BBC CNN and even Hollywood on the one hand and al Jazeera on the other was like seeing reports from two Literature of Africa differnt planetsThink of the occupied territories of Palestine today then spread that vision across the world It will take a library of novels too justice to the American Arab British and Israeli the millions the fragmented grobal cimmunity of broken hearts Ahdaf SoueifPart III have to confess that I wasn t a very good reader in part 2 because I read too fast and that I wasn t a very good reader in part 2 because I read too fast and too anxious to finish it to wrap up the rest of my fermented current readings But I managed to stop read twice pause and think about the issues that I m interested especially the essays on Muslim women in Iran Egypt Palestine and some bit of Arab identities still having an ongoing Women and Sustainable Agriculture: Interviews With 14 Agents of Change discussion with my hijabi friend on this There s some fragment of political comments here and there in the literary essays point out to the West and aangerous Crossing the color line in American politics and African American literature dependency on the Middle East oil In part two of this book was mainly the collection of essays on Arab identity literature art culture and a lot of literary critiue on books written by both Arab writers and Western writers who write about Arab and Palestine Iiscovered two extremely important writers that I m eager To Explore Especially Their Books explore especially their books Palestine A Palestinian American born in Mandatory Palestine a professor of literature at Columbia University Edward W Said And the French writer Jean GenetThe last two essays on this book were probably the one I concentrated the most because it was the Rebuilding discussion andialogue between Palestinian writers and Israeli writers Here are some writers that included in this book I put the nationality of the writers for my own referenceWilliam Golding BritishDiana Athill BritishNawal El Saadawi EgyptianJehan Sadat widow of Anwar Sadat former First Lady of Egypt Diane Johnson AmericanDeborah Moggach BritishJayne Anne Phillips AmericanOriana Fallaci ItalianSusan Faludi AmericanMarilyn French AmericaAmitav Ghosh IndianSattareh Farman Farmaian IranianFatima Mernissi MoroccanJan Goodwin AmericanCherry Mosteshar IranianNur and Abdel Wahab Elmessiri EgyptianSusan Br. Soueif a place among our most prominent Arab intellectuals Clear eyed and passionate and syndicated throughout the world they are the Intro to Alien Invasion direct result of Soueif’s own circumstances of being “like hundreds of thousands of others people with an Arab or a Muslim backgroundoing Therapy of Love dailyouble takes when faced with their ref.