Jerusalem: Arab social life, traditions, and everyday pleasures in the 20th century
Jerusalem is a city of unique grief, a city that has been the target of conquerors more than twenty times. Yet the city has managed to maintain its Arabic culture and traditions-Islamic, Christian, and Jewish-and has emerged victorious time and time again. But beginning with its partial occupation i...
|Main Author:||Ghosheh, Subhi S.|
Northampton, MA :
Olive Branch Press,