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Hidden Hand: Middle East Fears of Conspiracy Paperback – 15 May 1998


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" To anyone who really wants to understand the irrational complexities of the Middle East, Mr. Pipes' s groundbreaking analysis is must reading." -- "The Washington Times"
" ...a thoughtful book." -- "The Wall Street Journal"
" ...an essential addition...because of its special focus on conspiracy theory as it influences the political thinking of an important region in the world." -- "MELA Notes"


0;To anyone who really wants to understand the irrational complexities of the Middle East, Mr. Pipes7;s groundbreaking analysis is must reading.1; 2;"The Washington Times"
0;...a thoughtful book.1; 2;"The Wall Street Journal"
0;...an essential addition...because of its special focus on conspiracy theory as it influences the political thinking of an important region in the world.1; 2;"MELA Notes"


“To anyone who really wants to understand the irrational complexities of the Middle East, Mr. Pipes’s groundbreaking analysis is must reading.” —"The Washington Times"
“...a thoughtful book.” —"The Wall Street Journal"
“...an essential addition...because of its special focus on conspiracy theory as it influences the political thinking of an important region in the world.” —"MELA Notes"


"To anyone who really wants to understand the irrational complexities of the Middle East, Mr. Pipes's groundbreaking analysis is must reading." --"The Washington Times"

."..a thoughtful book." --"The Wall Street Journal"

."..an essential addition...because of its special focus on conspiracy theory as it influences the political thinking of an important region in the world." --"MELA Notes"


To anyone who really wants to understand the irrational complexities of the Middle East, Mr. Pipes's groundbreaking analysis is must reading. "The Washington Times"

...a thoughtful book. "The Wall Street Journal"

...an essential addition...because of its special focus on conspiracy theory as it influences the political thinking of an important region in the world. "MELA Notes""

About the Author

Daniel Pipes is Editor of "The Middle East Quarterly" and Senior Lecturer at the University of Pennsylvania. He is the author of nine books and the editor of one.


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