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Paul Aad

 
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Jesus the Phoenician by Karim El Koussa
Jesus the Phoenician by Karim El Koussa
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars wow, 16 Feb 2014
I will keep this short. All I can say is if you want to open your mind and know the true identity of Jesus Christ then read this book! It's not just made up, obscure history. On the contrary it is full of references, archaeological findings AND translations of the Aramaic bible (the language of Jesus).... And its written quite well.
A History of Modern Lebanon by Fawwaz Traboulsi
A History of Modern Lebanon by Fawwaz Traboulsi
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
This was an interesting read and I was pleased to see that the author was not biased towards his sect as can happen among Lebanese authors. That being said I feel that some of the information in this book particularly the chapters on the lebanese civil war was ambiguous and slightly inaccurate at times (still a sensitive topic among lebanese). That is why this product recieved 3 stars rather then 4 or 5. All this being said I would defiantly recommend this book to non lebanese wanting to learn more about modern lebanese history.
Saha: A Chef's Journey Through Lebanon and Syria by Greg Malouf
A very well done cook book. Great pictures with a diverse set of recipes and they do taste great! I also like how Malouf visited different parts of lebanon and syria rather then sticking to his home town of Zahle. Makes the book more diverse. It didnt get 5 stars because he went against tradition in a couple of recipes which IMO was a mistake