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Fied beliefs of the outside world Disturbing thought provoking and ultimately profound People Like Us shatters our perceptions of what were led to believea filtered altered and manipulated image of reality in the Middle East that has become a wholly designed theater of war for the western audience Norman Solomon author of War Made Easy How Presidents and Pundits Keep Spinning Us to DeathA war correspondents bestselling commandingeye opening account of five years on the Middle East frontlinesPublishers Weekly starred review In Joris Luyendijk was stationed just outside of Cairo It wasnt for his journalism skills It was because he was fluent in Arabic What followedfrom the Palestinian Israeli conflict through the post war in Irawould be literal trial by fire for the young untested reporter What he had going for him was his ability to communicate Determined to cover the conflicts from the inside Luyendijk spoke with stone throwers and staunch terrorists taxi drivers civil servants and professors victims and aggressors and all of their families He chronicled first hand experiences of dictatorship occupation fear resilience jubilation and community But theLuyendijk witnessed the less he understood He became increasingly aware of the yawning gap between what he witnessed on the ground and what was being reported by the media As a correspondent he was privy to a multitude of narratives with conflicting implications and he saw over and over again that the favored stories were those that would be sure to confirm the popularly held oversimplified beliefs of the outside world Disturbing thought provoking and ultimately profound People Like Us shatters our perceptions of what were led to believea filtered altered and manipulated image.

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