REVIEW: Lively account of the Middle East conflict

Review of Dances With Death, by Tuma Hazou

  • John Minto Palestine Solidarity Network Aotearoa
Keywords: conflict reporting, journalism, Middle East, Palestine, reviews, war correspondence

Abstract

Dances With Death – Perilous Encounters Reporting on Hostilities in the Turbulent Middle East, by Tuma Hazou. Auckland, NZ: Tuma Hazou. 2020, 148 pages. 978-0-473-50605-6

DANCES with Death is an extraordinary personal account of Palestinian journalist Tuma Hazou’s experiences from a 40-year journalism career mostly spent reporting from the war-ravaged Middle East. As a young Palestinian, Tuma was accepted for a job at the BBC in London – their youngest announcer at just 22 years of age. After 10 years there he transferred to Jordan and in subsequent decades was at the heart of reporting on events in the Middle East.

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Author Biography

John Minto, Palestine Solidarity Network Aotearoa

President of the Palestine Solidarity Network Aotearoa (PSNA)

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Published
30-11-2020
How to Cite
MintoJ. (2020). REVIEW: Lively account of the Middle East conflict: Review of Dances With Death, by Tuma Hazou. Pacific Journalism Review : Te Koakoa, 26(2), 298-299. https://doi.org/10.24135/pjr.v26i2.1146