The 2012 Middle East Reading Challenge

I’m planning to read 18 books for this challenge:

1. Algeria: The Lovers of Algeria, by Anouar Benmalek
2. Egypt: Cleopatra’s Daughter, by Michelle Moran
3. Iran: Equal of the Sun, by Anita AMIRREZVANI
4. Iraq: Iraq: The Borrowed Kettle, by Slavoj Zizek
5. Israel: To The End of The Land, by David Grossman
6. Jordan: Mrs. Pollifax, Innocent Tourist, by Dorothy Gilman
7. Kuwait
8. Lebanon: House of Stone, by Anthony Shadid
9. Libya
10. Morocco: Mrs Pollifax and The Whirling Dervish, by Dorothy Gilman
11. Oman
12. Palestine (Gaza Strip and West Bank)
13. Qatar
14. Saudi Arabia
15. Syria: The Aleppo Codex, by Matti Friedman
16. Tunisia
17. United Arab Emirates (UAE)
18. Yemen

I managed only 9/18 in 2012,
plan to go on in 2013

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