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Hal Lehrman

Hal Lehrman

The Complex Arab Temperament and Character of the Arabs. by Sania Hamady. Twayne. 285 pp. $5.00.   The Arabs burst into quarrels and threats. . . . The Arabs talk...

Algeria Lieutenant in Algeria. by Jean-Jacques Servan-Schreiber. Knopf. 231 pp. $3.50.   In July 1956, a thirty-two-year-old French journalist and editor was called up as a reserve officer and ordered...

A little over a year ago, in the latter half of a five-month journey through the Arab world from Morocco to the border of Iran,...

Israel has emerged from a month of agonizing maneuver almost as dramatic and conceivably as perilous as the month of her birth. In May 1948,...

The administration’s search for a policy in the Middle East, this writer was told the other day in Washington by one who helps look for...

Blinkered Observer by Hal Lehrman Violent Truce. By Commander E. H. Hutchison. Devin-Adair. 199 pp. $3.50. On the evening of June 30, 1954, firing broke out across the...

If all the weapons mounted on one of the twenty-four Israeli Mystère Mark IV jets newly purchased from France are fired for a total of...

“If Israel is dissuaded from using the life force of their race to ward off the Egyptians until the Egyptians have learned to use the...

It is only too plain that further Western reluctance to deal sternly with the Arabs will have dismal consequences for all concerned in the Middle...

I have just come out of Cairo after a three weeks’ stay in Egypt. At the beginning, I was able to find and interrogate a...

The plight of the Jewries of North Africa, and particularly of Morocco’s at this moment of nationalist turmoil, continues to engross the anxious attention of...

As Hal Lehrman made clear once again in his last month’s report on “North Africa’s Dilemmas for American Jewry,” the latter has a power over...