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When the Bulbul Stopped Singing: A Diary of Ramallah Under Siege

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When The Bulbul Stopped Singing: A Diary of Ramallah under Siege - Shehadeh, Raja
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A personal journal of living under siege in Palestine. Battered by repeated suicide bombs, the Israeli army invaded Palestine in April 2002 and held many of the principle towns, including Ramallah under siege. A tank stood at the end of Raja Shehadeh's road; there were Israeli soldiers on the roof tops of the neighbouring block of flats; and four soldiers took over his brother's flat, while his children tried to carry on playing with their game boys. This is an account of what it is like to be under siege: the terror, the ...

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When The Bulbul Stopped Singing: A Diary of Ramallah under Siege 2003, Profile Books Ltd, London

ISBN-13: 9781861975195

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