Meet the Tunisian Dealmaker Who Speaks for the Weinstein Company
The bailout reportedly emerged from marathon negotiations over the previous weekend, led by Ben Ammar and Colony's chairman, Tom Barrack, who'd bought the Weinstein's first studio, Miramax, from Disney, and recently entered the spotlight as a close
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The? wrenching? (Rachel Maddow, The Rachel Maddow Show) first book by acclaimed journalist Michael Hastings (1980-2013), whose unflinchingRolling Stone article? Runaway General? ended the military career of General Stanley A. McChrystal. At age twenty-five, Michael Hastings arrived in Baghdad to cover the war in Iraq forNewsweek. He had at his disposal a little Hemingway romanticism and all the apparatus of a twenty-first-century reporter?cell phones, high-speed Internet access, digital video cameras, fixers, drivers, guards, translators. In startling detail, he describes the chaos, the violence, the never-ending threats of bomb and mortar attacks, the front lines that can be a half-mile from the Green Zone, that can be anywhere. This is a new kind of war: private security companies follow their own rules or lack thereof; soldiers in combat get instant messages from their girlfriends and families; members of the Louisiana National Guard watch Katrina?s decimation of their city on a TV in the barracks. Back in New York, Hastings had fallen in love with Andi Parhamovich, a young idealist who worked for Air America. A year into their courtship, Andi followed Michael to Iraq, taking a job with the National Democratic Institute. Their war-zone romance is another window into life in Baghdad. They call each other pet names; they make plans for the future; they fight, usually because each is fearful for the other?s safety; and they try to figure out how to get together, when it means putting bodyguards and drivers in jeopardy. Then Andi goes on a dangerous mission for her new employer?a meeting at the Iraqi Islamic Party headquarters that ends in catastrophe.I Lost My Love in Baghdad is a searing, unflinching, and revelatory book by? a great reporter,? who will be remembered for being? ambitious, skeptical of power and conventional wisdom, and incredibly brave? (Ben Smith, Buzzfeed) and who? leaves behind a remarkable
The Case for Islamophobia
The story of David vs. Goliath is perhaps the best personification of the fight between good and evil. Righteousness was overmatched and evil was overconfident. Each of the ten men featured in this book knows what it's like to be engaged in such a battle. They all share a common bond consisting of common traits that even further reinforce that bond. Amazingly, so do their adversaries. These ten men each perceived things like injustice, persecution, corruption, deceit, and dishonor as personal affronts they simply could not tolerate. Each chose to stand up to evil and didn't back down, even after seeing its face. Armed with little more than the truth, these men fought valiantly and relentlessly, entities and institutions that would do us all harm. Yet, they remain unsung as of this...
Argues that the agenda of Islam is to rule over all of mankind and embark on a jihad in the United States through both words and terrorist actions.
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Islamic terrorist Omar El-Hussein was shot dead by authorities in Copenhagen recently but only after he murdered two people and injured two police officers.
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