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Books
By Leon Benbaruk, Bachelor of Arts, Master of Arts (History), McGill University
MORNINGS IN JENIN  by Susan ABULHAWA is a novel  reflecting the reality of the  Palestinian plight and suffering. Its original title in 2002 was THE SCAR OF DAVID   in 2002 which  becomes  relevant in the story. The SCAR of David is probably a metaphor for the Star of David. The book is well researched and  is also a personal account . (Full Story)
Author Victor Teboul, editor of the Canadian web magazine Tolerance.ca, has just published his third novel in France. Bienvenue chez Monsieur B. !, which could be translated as '' Welcome into the World of Mister B. ! '' is a work of fiction which depicts the world of power and finance within Montreal's Jewish Community. (Full Story)
The most outrageous and exuberant lingerie in the world comes from a place you’d probably never expect: Syria. Adorned with everything from faux fur, artificial flowers, and feathered birds to plastic toy cell phones, these intimates flash lights, play music, even vibrate. By documenting the lingerie culture of Syria,  The Secret Life of Syrian Lingerie reveals a previously unknown side of Arabic design, fashion and sexuality. (Full Story)

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