What could be timelier than a book that seeks to explore the way of life, and the very mind of Bedouin Arabs? The Seasons of Tulul is an account of a sojourn among the Bedouin of the Judean Desert, describing among other things family life, inheritance, tribal relationships, feuding, religious thought, and confrontations with the modern world. It is about friendship, honor, hatred, and obligation in ways that are not familiar to us, and perhaps it is high time that the English speaking public became more acquainted with the Arab friends that we are trying to help, and the Arab enemies that we are trying to defeat.
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