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Author: Susan Van De Ven
ISBN: 081560873X
Language: English
Pages: 183 pages
Category: Politics & Government
Publisher: Syracuse University Press; 1st edition (April 25, 2008)
Rating: 4.4
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Susan Kerr van de Ve. Series: Contemporary Issues in the Middle East.

Susan Kerr van de Ven. Foreword by Saad Eddin Ibrahim. Published by: Syracuse University Press. BACK IN THE GOOD OLD DAYS, when terrorism was still at a nuisance level, my father used to supplement the family income by writing disaster scenarios for Middle East watchers in the . One scenario might predict the assassination of some long-standing political leader that would throw the whole balance of power in the region into disarray.

the Anti-Terrorism Act passed by Congress in 1996, his family came to a. .One Family's Response to Terrorism: A Daughter's Memoir Contemporary issues in the Middle East.

On January 18, 1984, Malcolm Kerr, president of the American University of Beirut and a respected scholar of Middle East politics, was shot in the back of the head as he stepped out of an elevator on his way to work. Seventeen years later, armed with new information concerning the assassination and supported by the Anti-Terrorism Act passed by Congress in 1996, his family came to a painful consensus that nonviolent justice through the rule of law was a duty they could not ignore. Susan Kerr Van de Ven. Издание: иллюстрированное.

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Bibliographic Details. Main Author: Van De Ven, Susan. Other Authors: Ibrahim, Saad Eddin. Series: Contemporary Issues in the Middle East Ser. Subjects: Middle East Politics and government 1945

Bibliographic Details. Subjects: Middle East Politics and government 1945-.

Street Date: April 25, 2008. This book is a portrait of the intimate way in which violence pulls lives apart, of an American family caught on the stage of Middle East politics and of the moral choices required in seeking justice. If the item details above aren’t accurate or complete, we want to know about it. Report incorrect product info. From the manufacturer. No information loaded. Prices, promotions, styles and availability may vary by store & online. See our price match guarantee. See how a store is chosen for you.

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One Familys Response to Terror. On January 18, 1984, Malcolm Kerr, president of the American University in Beirut and a respected scholar of Middle East politics, was shot in the back of the head as he stepped out of an elevator on his way to work.

On January 18, 1984, Malcolm Kerr, president of the American University of Beirut and a respected scholar of Middle East politics, was shot in the back of the head as he stepped out of an elevator on his way to work. At the time, the chaos of Lebanon's civil war made it impossible to investigate who had carried out the killing and why.Seventeen years later, armed with new information concerning the assassination and supported by the Anti-Terrorism Act passed by Congress in 1996, his family came to a painful consensus that nonviolent justice through the rule of law was a duty they could not ignore. Disturbing revelations emerged as the author explored U.S. government intelligence, U.S. district court records, Malcolm Kerr's unpublished papers, and the recollections of journalists, diplomats, academics, and former Hizballah hostages who lived through the violence in Lebanon in the 1980s. The family's team of lawyers built a clear case against the Islamic Republic of Iran, culminating in a trial before a judge of the U.S. District Court."" One Family's Response to Terrorism: A Daughter's Memoir"" is a stunning portrait of the intimate way in which violence pulls lives apart, of an American family caught on the stage of Middle East politics and of the moral choices required in seeking justice.
Comments (2)
Alsardin
A different response. If you are interested in peace (In case you don't know, peace is the absence of wars)
Mavivasa
It was a good read. I'm especially prejudiced because the Kerr family are relatives. I collect items for my Genealogy data and this was a wonderful addition. I Krieger