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If you are politically correct don't read this book, as you will become ashamed, very ashamed
on July 1, 2016
I remember watching the evening news, and reading the newspapers which informed me about the civil(?) war in Lebanon, and the other conflicts, or better stated the other wars and/or revolutions happening in the middle east during that time, (and still continuing today and spilling out over the world). It appears that political correctness was in play even back then, as somehow the news filtered to us here in Canada most certainly did not join the dots as it should have.
This woman's life story most certainly helped me join the dots, of the what, why and how, of then and now.
You will learn without any political correctness, more than perhaps you wish to know.
Some reviewers stated the author has a bias, which she probably does and is certainly understandable, but.............. assuming there is a bias, and only one half of what she wrote is true, that half you need to know.
To quote the author's friend "When you bury your head in the sand, all you do is make a big fat target out of your behind".