زمن المحارب: كتابات مختارة

  • Title: زمن المحارب: كتابات مختارة
  • Author: Robert Fisk روبرت فيسك
  • ISBN: 9789948035834
  • Page: 291
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. Sawsan

      مقالات متنوعة لروبرت فيسك الكاتب والمراسل الصحفي في الشرق الأوسط لجريدة "ذي إنديبندنت" البريطانية فيسك قام بتغطية كل أحداث الحروب والاحتلال في العالم العربي والإسلامي تقريبا خلال 40 سنة يكتب -كما يقول- ما تمليه عليه معتقداته وأفكاره في العموم رؤيته غير منحازة وموضوعية للقضا [...]

    2. Mark

      Robert Fisk has been a reporting from the Middle East for several decades now, first with the Times and then the Independent once Rupert Murdoch had shown too much interest in editing his pieces for the former newspaper. The majority of the writing in this collection of his articles for the Independent come from the Iraq invasion onwards to the book’s publication in 2010. Because Fisk has been a correspondent in the Arab world for so long there is a weariness in some of the reports, you get th [...]

    3. Jim Coughenour

      Picked up a paperback copy of Fisk's columns from The Independent when I was in Montreal at the end of June. I don't think this book's been published yet in US – according to , it should be out by the end of July.I'm reading through in irregular fashion, impressed as always by Fisk's insight, political passion and bare bones honesty. As he explains in the preface, these writings record "a foreign correspondent's thoughts amid war the need to explore one's own anger as well as the gentler, kin [...]

    4. Kym Robinson

      Robert Fisk is at present the Middle East correspondent for the Independent. This book is essentially a collection of various articles written by him around 2000 to 2008. Though much of the subject matter is over a decade old now, it is still relevant and helps to guide the reader on some of the histories that have helped to produce the present calamity of the region. All though the book does cover other matters beyond the Middle East and Western foreign policy, it is in the specific area of nea [...]

    5. Inasirimavo

      Robert Fisk is one of the rare journalists I've been following for a long long time now. Because he's worth it and he still does journalism the way it should be done.This is an important collection of his writings and I highly recommend reading it."That’s the kind of anger that journalists are permitted to deploy, the anger of righteousness and fear. It is the language of our masters, the Bushes and Blairs and Browns, the Kinkels and the Sarkozy and, of course, the Mubaraks and the King Hussei [...]

    6. Mike

      Robert Fisk has both the knowledge of the Middle East and the eloquent gift of a writer to express and explain his frustration with many policies made by the US and Europe towards the ME region. Living in the Middle East helps me to appreciate his point of view. However, I understand why those who live in the West and have never traveled here or studied, to any great extent, the polices of the West towards the ME find Fisk one-sided. But I think those critics are poorly informed. Fisk is fair in [...]

    7. Andrew

      It probably would've been impossible for Robert Fisk to follow up 'The Great War for Civilization' with anything but a disappointment, given the depth and scope of that great book. Still, the writings here are brief little diatribes with predictable themes that show nothing of Fisk's deep knowledge of the middle east. There's an interesting commentary here and there, but not a whole lot more.

    8. Aida

      في الأغلب كانت الرؤية موضوعية لصحفي متمرس و في الأجدى علينا أن نرى واقع الشرق الاوسط بعين أخرىعينٌ خارجية تستطيع رؤية التفاصيل التي نجهلرؤية نقاط الضعف و القوةو ربماربما تعلمنا منها انقاذ هذا البيت المهلهل.

    9. Pat

      Thought provoking and provocative articles based on extensive experience of living and writing in the Middle East.

    10. Lysergius

      A selection of occasional pieces mostly about the middle east which contain some interesting insights and which refresh a lot of the recent history of events in that part of the world, which sad to say, have been drowned out by the howl of propaganda unleashed since 11th September 2001. A good re-introduction to the period.

    11. Jessie Scott

      As with the other Robert Fisk books I have read (The Great War for Civilisation, Pity the Nation) I learnt a lot from this. The writing is excellent and refreshingly personal. Although I disagree with a fair amount of the author’s political views, he provides a valuable insight into the relationship between the misery of Iraq, Afghanistan, Lebanon etc and the West’s foreign policy in the Middle East and how Europe’s history informs much of this.

    12. Carolyn Mck

      I am pleased that this was our Book Group choice of the month as it made me, generally a non-fiction reader, dip into this set of essays over a period of some weeks. I didn't read them all - mainly because Fisk's themes in support of the underdog against hawkish governments in the US, Israel and Britain became repetitive. They also seemed dated - after all, the most recent was written in 2007. That did lead me to the Internet to read some of his more recent articles, some of which I found very p [...]

    13. Matthew Griffiths

      An interesting collection of letters that differs a great deal in style to the other two works by Fisk that I have read. Whereas there was a strong consistent theme to "pity the nation" and "the great war for the civilisation" this was a lot more varied in its approach and while a little jarring at times it made for an enjoyable change of pace to Fisk's usual approach. It was quite pleasant seeing Fisk's more humorous side in some of the articles especially the repeated jibes as Messrs Bush and [...]

    14. Jim

      Robert, lighten up mate. (How he’d hate me for saying that!) Life is Serious for Mr Fisk, and maybe if I’d seen the troubles he’s seen, I’d feel the same. A collection of his editorials published weekly in The Independent, I sometimes tired of the relentless hectoring about The West, Blair and Bush, the Israelies and the injustice of it all. Even if he’s right, and I suspect he is, he sometimes comes across as a pair of shutters banging in a deserted town as the hurricane strikes. Does [...]

    15. Don

      Fisk is a well-known foreign correspondent in Britain, and this book is a collection of his essays and reports/editorials covering the Middle East. As such, there is great insight into the culture of the region, as well as the historical effect of western policy towards the area. While Fisk is highly critical of certain policies (some rightly so in my mind), I find it important to remember that some of what he presents is fact, and some is opinion. In any event, its a great read just to be bette [...]

    16. Mohani

      Write what you mean, and mean what you write - that's the philosophy of Robert Fisk, and that may explain why he's been lauded as one of the most important journalists of our time. Professor Alan Dershowitz once branded him a "dangerous man" because he asked the question 'why'? about the cruelties by the U.S government. A harsh critic of Western imperialism, Fisk is always critical, scathing and never one to mince his words. Not only that, he delivers his critique and analysis in a no-nonsense, [...]

    17. Shaimaa Ali

      One word to describe this work! "Brilliant"!It's very rare to find an unbiased Western writer - specially when writing about Middle East - but here comes Mr.Fisk with very shocking facts at some topics & very honest ones at others. He has seen the ME from another perspective, he saw Arabs how they are thinking, dealing, interacting with events he see how Worldwide leaders were treating Arabs, Muslims he comes sarcastic of their decisions leading to all the horrors the West is facing right n [...]

    18. Asma

      Over 30 years of Middle East reporting, with civil wars, insurgencies and massacres, Fisk collects the writings he's published as a columnist for The Independent, ranging from historical events to recent and personal subjects with sharp perception.I didn't think I'd enjoy reading this as much as I did. It's non-fiction, and it's about all sorts of atrocities within the Middle East, and a few times, during the World Wars. But somehow, Fisk makes it all so appealing. To read the rest of this revie [...]

    19. Adrian

      Excellent book. Very well written, and had it been fiction I could probably have raced through it in a few days - but as it is "real" I had to stop after each chapter or two in order to absorb the information, and reflect upon it.Robert Fisk seems to be an extraordinarily understanding, observant, and fair minded individual. A "proper" journalist who reports and analyses what he sees and hears without any spin, bias, or melodrama.Also, the book wasn't limited to covering a small range of "expect [...]

    20. Jon

      " I realise that the memory is readily diluted very easily and which that opens the door with other massacres innocent whatever their origin." Excerpt from letter of Denise Epstein to Robert Fisk, 3 Dec 2006 thanking him for remembering and writing about her mother Irene Nemirovsky who died in Birkenau infirmary on 17 August 1942.This passage sums up the message I obtained from this collection of Fisk's columns over the years.

    21. Josh

      It was okay. It just wasn't what I was hoping it would be, though that is more my fault than the book's. I was hoping to get more background and analysis of the current state of the Middle East, but instead it was mostly opinions and it assumed a certain level of knowledge from the reader. I was able get something out of the book, but ultimately it was a let down. Also, a lot of the essays were pretty similar and there was a lot of repetition of certain points.

    22. Khaled

      Robert Fisk is perhaps one of the very few who still speak their mind without any self-censorship or restraints. His aggregated first hand experience in the issues of the Middle East makes his opinions and writings a must-read for anyone interested in knowing what is really going on. In the current world where media is all biased, censored and has "foreign agendas", no one can be trust but 'good old Bob of Arabia' as he called himself once in this book.

    23. Omer Aziz

      Generally a skippable collection. Many of these pieces are meandering and poorly crafted, though you always get the sense with Fisk that he is being brutally honest. Some good stuff here on the Armenian genocide and just how powerful some of its detractors still are (Fisk called it the first Holocaust). Overall though, the thrust of the pieces, and the general information, can be gleaned from his Independent page.

    24. Tanja

      I am impressed with Robert Fisk. This book is a collection of articles for Independent and it's mostly oriented to Middle East. Mostly about politics, but also about some author's personal considerations.It's rare to read/hear that someone prefers letters than emails and that journalism shouldn't be focused on a mere "objective facts" and underestimate readers. A real refreshment in the world of average, monolithic world of news.

    25. chiara and ric

      Robert Fisk is one of the only voices I trust on the Middle East. He is bitingly critical of most U.S. foreign policy, having seen most of its consequences first hand. This collection of articles, which he has written over the years for the Telegraph, captures his anger and frustration at everyone from George Bush to the Maronite Christians in Lebanon. And he's right.

    26. Scott F

      I have enjoyed listening to talks by Robert Fiskd I assumed his book would be just as lucid and interesting.In this book Fisk makes a ton of references to Shakespeare that go right over my head. The first 50-100 pages are like the bad/boring parts of high school english class all over again.

    27. Ally Shand

      Some of the most lucid and truthful journalism I've read. It is really a game-changer for how one views the Middle East and war more broadly. Incandescent with fury, at times, towards the double standards of Western governments, and at other times, incredibly moving and wise in the face of immense suffering.

    28. Steve

      Robert Fisk has an amazing talent for reporting on the middle east. I'm far from knowledgable on the subject, so I find myself getting overwhelmed when I read this collection of his columns. It's really difficult to read this without taking breaks to look up the events, places and people being referenced here, but the reporting is extremely informative.

    29. Louis

      A collection of articles by London's Independent Middle East reporter.I love the way he pulls no punches and puts the blame squarely where he thinks it belongs.I may not agree with him all the time, but he made a good case.A must read for anyone interested in world affairs and especially the Middle East.Looking forward to reading his other books.

    30. Lily F

      This is a brilliant commentary, and a fresh perspective on a myriad of old topics. If nothing else, this book is an excellent homage to how complicated the world is, and to the extent of human unfairness and suffering which we so often try to ignore.

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