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    Quand notre monde est devenu chr
    I don't agree with what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it.- Voltaire

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    The Greatest Battle-Stalin,Hitler,and the desperate struggle for Moscow that changed the course of world war II

    By Andrew nagorski
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    Quote Originally Posted by ZEHLEWI
    Where can we can ge it from ?
    I got it from the local library, so I guess it's available everywhere.

    I have read many books related to Christianity in its early days, but what's interesting in this book is that it concentrates very much on Constantin's era.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ZEHLEWI
    The Greatest Battle-Stalin,Hitler,and the desperate struggle for Moscow that changed the course of world war II

    By Andrew nagorski
    If you like such books, read the rise and fall of the third Reich...you will love it


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    I read "Asrar al Sandook al Aswad" by Ghassan Charbel

    an interesting book about the famous 4: Wadih Haddad, Georges Habach, Carlos and Anis el Naccache.

    Now i'm continuing the book: "Innaho howa: Samir Geagea min al wilada 7atta l wilada"
    The thought is real....reality is just an Illusion.

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    The Animal Farm - George Orwell (audio book)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Charbel
    The Animal Farm - George Orwell (audio book)
    "All animals are equal, but some more equal than the others!" How true.... A book I like very much
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    I didn't get to that part yet...So far it is very interesting. I was looking at osme review online, just a short while ago, to see what the story symbolizes. What did you think G?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Charbel
    I didn't get to that part yet...So far it is very interesting. I was looking at osme review online, just a short while ago, to see what the story symbolizes. What did you think G?
    I did not think anything!
    You want my opinion? well, some say it is about communism and liveralism, some say it is how politix work.
    As to me, I have learnt long ago to read for pure pleasure, with no expectations, and without giving the text more interpretations than it deserves. I will further elaborate tomorrow, as the laptop is acting weird :s
    ما بيصح الا الصحيح
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