Ali Houissa | 2 Nov 16:34 2009
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Algiers hosts Int'l Book Fair

Algiers hosts Int'l Book Fair

2009-10-30

The Salon du Livre d'Alger (SILA) 2009, Algeria's international book fair, runs through November 6th and is drawing crowds of people who love the printed page.

By Mohand Ouali for Magharebia in Algiers – 30/10/09

[Mohand Ouali] Bibliophiles throng the entrance to the Algiers international book fair, scheduled to run until November 6th.

Despite some stormy disagreements, the Salon du Livre d'Alger (SILA) 2009 is under way in Algiers and will run until Friday (November 6th). This year's slogan for the international book fair, the most important literary event in Algeria, is "The Book is King".

---[MORE]http://www.magharebia.com/cocoon/awi/xhtml1/en_GB/features/awi/features/2009/10/30/feature-02

 

 

 


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kristen wilson | 2 Nov 16:38 2009
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Fwd: Papers for Abu Dhabi conference

Hi, all,

Although the official deadline has passed, the conference may still be able to accept papers - see the link below.


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Dear Kristen:

Thank you for your positive & prompt response. For your information see the link below. Although the deadline  for submitting has passed two days ago but still  your participation will be welcomed As the say ( Late better than Nothing)

Regards

 

 

http://webapps.uaeu.ac.ae/library/SLA-AGC16/Index.aspx

 

Dr. Jasim Mohammed Jirjees | Library Manager

National Center for Documentation & Research

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Hi, Dr. Jirjees,

Thank you for letting me know. The group didn't actually show you as subscribed at jjirjees-6DOsBOG9FbI@public.gmane.org - I wonder if you are subscribed through another address, or an alias? I've subscribed you using this address, so you should receive a welcome message soon and be able to post. Let me know if it does not work, and if there is another address you'd like me to remove.

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2009/10/28 Dr. Jasim Mohammed Jirjees <jjirjees-6DOsBOG9FbI@public.gmane.org>

Dear Kristen

I have been receiving this group e-mail for a while, but whenever I try to send an e-mail to the group I get an e-mail that I am not a member. Could you please help solving this problem?

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Khabibullaev, Akram | 6 Nov 16:41 2009
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MEMP Executive Board

Dear Colleagues,

 

MEMP is seeking nominations for the three two-year terms on its Executive Board. If you like to nominate yourself or someone, please contact Brenda Bickett bickettb <at> georgetown.edu or Akram Khabibullaev akkhabib <at> indiana.edu  

 

Thanks,

Akram

 

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Librarian for Middle Eastern,

Islamic & Central Eurasian Studies,

E960 Wells Library, Indiana University

1320 E 10th street, Bloomington,

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Books | 6 Nov 17:31 2009

Free Book Offer - All Middle East Collections - Academia

 

 

From: Grant F. Smith [mailto:gsmith-23n56MIqKvnYtjvyW6yDsg@public.gmane.org]
Sent: Friday, November 06, 2009 11:25 AM
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SPY TRADE: How Israel's Lobby Undermines America's Economy
by Grant F. Smith
Foreword by Michael Scheuer, former chief, CIA Bin Laden unit

Large Cover Image

Page Count: 180
Language: English
ISBN: 978-0-9764437-1-1


Middle East collections librarians in academia may request one free copy for their circulating collection at: books-epWDvoDiqME@public.gmane.org  Mailing address must match institution.

Please allow 3-4 weeks for delivery

“This terrific historical exposé ought to be required background reading for those FBI agents assigned to investigate foreign espionage and public corruption matters.  For many reasons, such cases are amongst the most challenging to investigate and prosecute, but are made even harder when undue political pressures enter into the picture.  FBI officials responsible for setting investigative priorities and allocating resources would also do well therefore to read Spy Trade so they are aware of the historical linkage between Israel’s ‘Uzi diplomacy’ arms dealing, the Iran-Contra scandal, and the Jonathan Pollard spy incident with AIPAC’s nefarious ‘lobbying’ activities.”  Coleen Rowley, former FBI agent and 2002 Time Magazine “Person of the Year.”

“Grant F. Smith’s excellent, deeply disturbing book..is a welcome addition to a growing scholarly literature.”   Michael Scheuer, former senior CIA analyst and author of “Imperial Hubris”

"Like political parties, lobbies are groups of citizens with shared interests, an important part of a functioning democracy.  When they have enormous power, however, and especially if their activities remain almost completely hidden, lobbies can be dangerous. 

Meticulously detailed in this riveting addition to his earlier exposés, Grant Smith reveals yet another facet of the extent to which the pro-Israel Lobby is beyond dangerous, and has become a serious threat to a broad range of American ideals, objectives and interests abroad, as well as here at home.  This book contains many highly disturbing, documented revelations.  Read it."  Ambassador Edward L. Peck, former Chief of Mission in Iraq and Former Deputy Director, Cabinet Task Force on Terrorism, Reagan White House

"This book presents formidable and dangerous new evidence of spying by Israel and the corrosive long term influence of its lobby on US governance."  Paul Findley, member of Congress from 1961–1983 and author of three books on the US-Israeli relationship, including the Washington Post bestseller They Dare to Speak Out: People and Institutions Confront Israel's Lobby

"Grant F. Smith is without peer as an archival scholar of the history of the Zionist power configuration operating in tandem inside and outside of the US government.  His meticulous research on the long-term operations of AIPAC in shaping US Middle East policy provides the best contemporary framework for understanding our involvement in Middle East wars.  He shows how American foreign policy in the Middle East follows Israel’s agenda and documents the enormous cost to our Treasury and economy as well as the loss of American lives.  This is a book that should be read by all citizens who are concerned about the aggressive manipulation of our media and political institutions to enhance Israel’s power and further its privileged position in the Middle East." James Petras, Bartle Professor (Emeritus) of Sociology at Binghamton University, New York

About the Book

Israel and its American lobby have committed audacious but generally unknown crimes against the United States.  Government secrecy across the CIA, FBI, Department of Justice and Pentagon long kept files about Israeli espionage, weapons smuggling and covert operations on American soil classified...until now.

Spy Trade begins on the trail of a vast smuggler network funneling stolen and illegally purchased surplus WWII arms to Jewish fighters in Palestine.  When the FBI threatened to crack down—a clandestine summit meeting yielded minor convictions for small time operators—but not the financial masterminds behind the scheme.  This germ of immunity soon flowered into a full scale assault on American industry, the electoral system, national defense secrets and rule of law itself.

Spy Trade probes Israel lobby smuggling operations diverting uranium from the US to Israel's Dimona nuclear weapons facility.  The US Department Justice battled mightily to regulate two key enablers—the Jewish Agency and American Zionist Council—as Israeli foreign agents in the 1960s.  But when the effort failed it generated a massive counterstrike. 

Israel lobby campaign finance violations unleashed a network of coordinated stealth political action committees that intimidated American politicians and made a "pro-Israel" outlook and voting record requirements for staying in government.  A new legal battle to regulate the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) as a political action committee—this time launched by concerned citizens—began two decades ago but has not yet been resolved.

Spy Trade also reveals the long term impact of a newly declassified "third scandal" that began in the 1980s.  In the midst of both the Iran-Contra affair and Jonathan Pollard espionage incident AIPAC and the Israeli embassy conducted a spectacular clandestine operation against American industries and workers.  It has so far cost the US economy $71 billion and a hundred thousand jobs each year by shutting down or diverting US exports.  Trade privileges obtained by Israel under the treaty not only permit financing illegal settlement construction with proceeds from diamonds sold in the US.  The US pharmaceutical industry faces an unrelenting onslaught against its capacity to innovate and protect its intellectual property.

Spy Trade is much more than a groundbreaking dissection of the tactics Israel and its American lobby repeatedly use to evade justice.  The book also provides stunningly simple strategies for ending criminal immunity and subversion of law enforcement that may someday restore American governance.   

 

 


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Grant F. Smith | 6 Nov 17:33 2009

Free Book Offer - All Middle East Collections - Academia

 

SPY TRADE: How Israel's Lobby Undermines America's Economy
by Grant F. Smith
Foreword by Michael Scheuer, former chief, CIA Bin Laden unit

Large Cover Image

Page Count: 180
Language: English
ISBN: 978-0-9764437-1-1


Middle East collections librarians in academia may request one free copy for their circulating collection at: books-epWDvoDiqME@public.gmane.org  Mailing address must match institution.

Please allow 3-4 weeks for delivery

“This terrific historical exposé ought to be required background reading for those FBI agents assigned to investigate foreign espionage and public corruption matters.  For many reasons, such cases are amongst the most challenging to investigate and prosecute, but are made even harder when undue political pressures enter into the picture.  FBI officials responsible for setting investigative priorities and allocating resources would also do well therefore to read Spy Trade so they are aware of the historical linkage between Israel’s ‘Uzi diplomacy’ arms dealing, the Iran-Contra scandal, and the Jonathan Pollard spy incident with AIPAC’s nefarious ‘lobbying’ activities.”  Coleen Rowley, former FBI agent and 2002 Time Magazine “Person of the Year.”

“Grant F. Smith’s excellent, deeply disturbing book..is a welcome addition to a growing scholarly literature.”   Michael Scheuer, former senior CIA analyst and author of “Imperial Hubris”

"Like political parties, lobbies are groups of citizens with shared interests, an important part of a functioning democracy.  When they have enormous power, however, and especially if their activities remain almost completely hidden, lobbies can be dangerous. 

Meticulously detailed in this riveting addition to his earlier exposés, Grant Smith reveals yet another facet of the extent to which the pro-Israel Lobby is beyond dangerous, and has become a serious threat to a broad range of American ideals, objectives and interests abroad, as well as here at home.  This book contains many highly disturbing, documented revelations.  Read it."  Ambassador Edward L. Peck, former Chief of Mission in Iraq and Former Deputy Director, Cabinet Task Force on Terrorism, Reagan White House

"This book presents formidable and dangerous new evidence of spying by Israel and the corrosive long term influence of its lobby on US governance."  Paul Findley, member of Congress from 1961–1983 and author of three books on the US-Israeli relationship, including the Washington Post bestseller They Dare to Speak Out: People and Institutions Confront Israel's Lobby

"Grant F. Smith is without peer as an archival scholar of the history of the Zionist power configuration operating in tandem inside and outside of the US government.  His meticulous research on the long-term operations of AIPAC in shaping US Middle East policy provides the best contemporary framework for understanding our involvement in Middle East wars.  He shows how American foreign policy in the Middle East follows Israel’s agenda and documents the enormous cost to our Treasury and economy as well as the loss of American lives.  This is a book that should be read by all citizens who are concerned about the aggressive manipulation of our media and political institutions to enhance Israel’s power and further its privileged position in the Middle East." James Petras, Bartle Professor (Emeritus) of Sociology at Binghamton University, New York

About the Book

Israel and its American lobby have committed audacious but generally unknown crimes against the United States.  Government secrecy across the CIA, FBI, Department of Justice and Pentagon long kept files about Israeli espionage, weapons smuggling and covert operations on American soil classified...until now.

Spy Trade begins on the trail of a vast smuggler network funneling stolen and illegally purchased surplus WWII arms to Jewish fighters in Palestine.  When the FBI threatened to crack down—a clandestine summit meeting yielded minor convictions for small time operators—but not the financial masterminds behind the scheme.  This germ of immunity soon flowered into a full scale assault on American industry, the electoral system, national defense secrets and rule of law itself.

Spy Trade probes Israel lobby smuggling operations diverting uranium from the US to Israel's Dimona nuclear weapons facility.  The US Department Justice battled mightily to regulate two key enablers—the Jewish Agency and American Zionist Council—as Israeli foreign agents in the 1960s.  But when the effort failed it generated a massive counterstrike. 

Israel lobby campaign finance violations unleashed a network of coordinated stealth political action committees that intimidated American politicians and made a "pro-Israel" outlook and voting record requirements for staying in government.  A new legal battle to regulate the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) as a political action committee—this time launched by concerned citizens—began two decades ago but has not yet been resolved.

Spy Trade also reveals the long term impact of a newly declassified "third scandal" that began in the 1980s.  In the midst of both the Iran-Contra affair and Jonathan Pollard espionage incident AIPAC and the Israeli embassy conducted a spectacular clandestine operation against American industries and workers.  It has so far cost the US economy $71 billion and a hundred thousand jobs each year by shutting down or diverting US exports.  Trade privileges obtained by Israel under the treaty not only permit financing illegal settlement construction with proceeds from diamonds sold in the US.  The US pharmaceutical industry faces an unrelenting onslaught against its capacity to innovate and protect its intellectual property.

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Joyce E. Bell | 6 Nov 21:20 2009
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Best Practices for script data

Best Practices for Arabic and Persian Script in Bibliographic Records

 

On behalf of the Committee on Cataloging, I am pleased to announce a final draft of the best practices for script data in bibliographic records!

 

The information will shortly appear on the MELA website—we present it here temporarily so members will have a chance to review the documents prior to the meeting:

http://library.princeton.edu/departments/tsd/acm/ConC/script/bestfields.html

 

There will be time for discussion of the best practices documents during the cataloging workshop at the annual meeting.  Members unable to attend may send comments, questions, praise and/or dissenting opinions for consideration via the mideastcat listserv.

 

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Dougherty, Roberta L | 7 Nov 00:19 2009
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FW: Pofessional vacancy -McGill University Library/ Avis de poste

Dear friends,

I have just added this posting to the MELA "jobs" webpage.  Note that the deadline for application is 30
November 2009.

Yours,

Robin

Roberta L. Dougherty
Middle Eastern Studies Librarian
University of Texas Libraries
University of Texas at Austin
P.O. Box P
Mail Code S5400
Austin, TX 78713-8916
tel.:  512-495-4257
fax:  512-495-4569
e-mail:  rdougherty@...
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Street address (only for UPS & FedEx):

Roberta L. Dougherty
Middle Eastern Studies Librarian
Perry-Castaneda Library
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-----Original Message-----
From: Salwa Ferahian [mailto:salwa.ferahian@...] 
Sent: Friday, November 06, 2009 2:38 PM
To: William Kopycki
Cc: Diane Koen; Bruna Ceccolini
Subject: FW: Pofessional vacancy -McGill University Library/ Avis de poste

Dear William,

As the Field Director of Library of Congress--Cairo, Egypt and MELA Executive Member, I would like to
kindly ask you to advertise for this position in the Library of Congress
website.   

Apart from MELA website where else would you recommend to post this position.

Have a wonderful week-end.

Thank you,
Salwa

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Rachel Simon | 9 Nov 19:35 2009
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Book for review in MELA notes

I received the following book for review in MELA notes. Please contact me only if you can review it and send me the review within SIX months.

 

Roxana L. Euben & Muhammad Qasim Zaman (eds.), Princeton readings in Islamic thought: Texts and contexts from al-Banna to Bin Laden (Princeton UP, 2009)

 

Attached is the list of books which have not been sent to reviewers you; same conditions apply.

 

Thanks,

 

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kristen wilson | 9 Nov 20:57 2009
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Fwd: Memoirs of the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem

Please reply directly to colin.baker <at> bl.uk.

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Please can you post this enquiry on MELANET-L

A researcher is looking for an English translation of the Memoirs of the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem. We have the Arabic original, Mudhakkirāt al-Ḥājj Muḥammad Amīn al- Ḥusaynī, edited by 'Abd al-Karim 'Umar, published in Damascus in 1999. Does anyone know whether it has been translated into English, or any other European language?

Please could you send any replies to my email, colin.baker-GQ1u1P0XH+Q@public.gmane.org

With many thanks

Colin Baker

Dr Colin F Baker
Head of Near and Middle Eastern Collections
The British Library
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Rachel Simon | 9 Nov 21:06 2009
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FW: Book for review in MELA notes

Now there is an attachment!

 

Rachel

 

From: Rachel Simon
Sent: Monday, November 09, 2009 1:35 PM
To: 'MELA (melanet-l-/JYPxA39Uh5TLH3MbocFFw@public.gmane.org)'
Subject: Book for review in MELA notes

 

I received the following book for review in MELA notes. Please contact me only if you can review it and send me the review within SIX months.

 

Roxana L. Euben & Muhammad Qasim Zaman (eds.), Princeton readings in Islamic thought: Texts and contexts from al-Banna to Bin Laden (Princeton UP, 2009)

 

Attached is the list of books which have not been sent to reviewers you; same conditions apply.

 

Thanks,

 

Rachel Simon

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