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Sharīṭ Jamāʻī Li-Mukhrijīn ʻArab: Ḥarb Al-Khalīj-- Wa-Baʻd-- = Five Short Films by Arab Directors : The Gulf War, What Next--

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It is Sherherazade they're killing: About an Arab family gathering in Tunis during Ramadan, torn apart over dissension about the heroes and victims of the war.; Black night eclipse: Follows a Lebanese filmmaker (living in Paris) as he grapples with what thematic approach to take in making a film about the war.; Research of Shaima: Follows the filmmaker as she travels to Baghdad in search of a girl whose face she has seen on television, only to find the inevitable personal tragedy caused by the destruction of war.; The silence: Follows a film and theater production group as they are increasingly distracted from their current project by the desire to revisit Iraq and film the changes wrought in the decade since their last trip.; Homage by assassination: We find a Palestinian screenwrit [...]
DVD
2008; 1991
Clemons (Stacks)
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Manufacturing the Enemy

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Shows how the news media preents issues of the Arab World and Gulf War and the way they portray/stereotype the Arab people.
VHS
1991
Ivy (By Request)
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Islamic Conversations

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DVD
2003; 1994
Clemons (Stacks)
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Moyers & Company [electronic resource]: Chaos in Iraq

In the context of the rise of ISIS, Robert Kagan's recent essay "Superpowers Don't Get to Retire," and the wave of punditry accusing Obama of weakness and arguing that the U.S. must use the military to uphold world order, Bill Moyers speaks with combat veteran and historian Andrew Bacevich. Bacevich argues that U.S. post-WWII foreign policy generally, and Middle East policy particularly, has not been benevolent and generally failed.
Online
2014
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United News: Release 71 (1943) Arabian Prince Reviews Cadets at U.S. Naval School [electronic resource]

This World War II-era newsreel includes the following segments: 1. The Prime Minister of Saudi Arabia reviews a parade of midshipmen. 2. Red Cross women ride camels in Egypt. 3. The allied military government in Sicily releases Sicilians from military prisons. 4. Generals de Gaulle and Giraud review French troops in North Africa. 5. Army troops enter villages north of Naples, Italy; Generals Eisenhower and Clark meet.
Online
1943
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Where in the World Is Osama Bin Laden?

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After finding out his wife is pregnant, filmmaker Morgan Spurlock sets off for the Middle East in search of Osama, to make the world safer for his unborn child. He finds that people there aren't so different from the people back home.
DVD
2008
Clemons (Stacks)