გროზნოს ანგელოზი

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  • Title: გროზნოს ანგელოზი
  • Author: Åsne Seierstad
  • ISBN: 9789941157769
  • Page: 303
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. بالرغم من موقفي المعارض لكل الحروب، مهما كانت أهدافها فهي ما تزال دليلاً على تخلف تفكيرنا وإيماننا أن حفنة من القوة، خير من كيس من الحقبالرغم من موقفي هذا لا يمكنني كعارف بتاريخ الحروب القفقاسية منذ زمن القياصرة إلا أن أكون إلى جانب الشعب الشيشاني الذي عشق الحرية والوطن أكث [...]

    2. It may be effective for Errol Morris to allow his interviewees to gush unchecked and create a culpable subtext. This is a fine strategy - for him. It works well on film. Pages of raving do not make for persuasive or evocative prose. If the person in question is a young man leaning towards jihad or a Russian reactionary whose son has been imprisoned for a hate crime, it doesn't lead anywhere to have pages of stuttering conspiracy theories and gnashing hate speech.I couldn't tell if Angel of Grozn [...]

    3. تبدأ أولى خطوات الرواية من بين الركام والأشلاء والدماء ، في عتمة الجرح يظهر الطفل ( تيمور ) ملطخاً بالغبار والدماء والألم ، يكويه صقيع شتاء قروزني الجريجة ، وتلسعه سياط الحرمان فتُمزق وجه الطفل الذي بداخله وتُحيله لذئبٍ جريحٍ يَصبّ جام غضبه على الكلاب الشريدة ، يقتلها ويُمزق [...]

    4. When I started reading this book, the Boston bombings hadn't yet happened and Chechnya was a country that had been conveniently forgotten like so many war-torn nations of the world. It was therefore with feelings of apprehension and excitement at getting to know a little more about the Soviet Union, my latest interest, that I picked this one up. Then of course, there was a bomb blast. People died and , suddenly, the internet was flooded with information on this seemingly insignificant nation wit [...]

    5. اتممت قراءة ملاك غروزني بعد أيام من الغصات المتتالية والمزاج الكئيب الذي أدخلتني فيه الرواية والتي هي في الحقيقة أقرب إلى مذكرات الصحفية النرويجية خلال فترة إقامتها في غروزني والشيشان. نقلت الصحفية الأحداث والمواقف التي تعرضت لها والأشخاص الذين التقت بهم وعاشت معهم وقاسمت [...]

    6. War is bad. Here's why: Åsne Seierstad’s first assignment as a journalist was as Moscow correspondent for a Norwegian newspaper. What she lacked in writing experience, she made up for in her fluent Russian and fearlessness. By stealth, as well as official invitation, she spent over a decade reporting from Chechnya. Her meetings with the Chechen president, whose image in tandem with his father, (the murdered ex-president) is ubiquitious, would be hilarious were the leaders not so thuggish and [...]

    7. This is the third Seierstad book I've read, but this book makes her the most approachable. That probably lies in the fact that many of her experiences in the book are very personal to in that they occurred at the beginning of her journalistic career and were very frightening (often, frankly, quite foolhardy) and, perhaps, therefore hold greater weight in her memories. Seierstad does an excellent job of explaining the complexities of the Chechen War and why independence is so important to the Che [...]

    8. هذا الكتاب ليس جديداً فقد نُشر في عام 2007 وتُرجم بعدها بسنتين. مع ذلك يبدو أن الأوضاع في الشيشان لم تتغير كثيراً منذ ذلك الوقت، فما زال رمضان قديروف رئيساً للشيشان، ويمكنك أن تقرأ الكتاب دون أن تشعر بمرور تسع سنوات على إصداره.تكتب آسني سييرستاد باحترافية وحياد. تصف كل شيء وتقا [...]

    9. I admit I am biased about loving this book because I basically want to be Asne Seierstad. That said, this was an excellent book about those who are affected by war. And recently. And not in Iraq or Afghanistan. It's the story of people, especially children, caught in the war in Chechnya.It's funny that I can't stand to watch violent tv shows or movies, but I'm compelled to read books like this. Further, I'm grateful to people like Seierstad for traveling to dangerous places and talking to danger [...]

    10. I wish more American reporting was like this book. Yes, I know Seirstad is from Norway but I can wish.This is a good luck at how war effects and affects society on a micro and macro level. The focus is a married couple who have taken in orphans, but Seierstad focuses on other families as well. This is actual more gripping than Bookseller of Kabul and quite is rather more brutal.

    11. Asne Seierstad was a freelance journalist in Moscow when the first Chechen war broke out. Acting under a poorly-understood compulsion to find out what was really going on there, she sweet-talked her way onto a military transport plane and ended up in Grozny. She spent several months during the first war, and again during the second war, slipping around Chechnya, often disguised as a Chechen woman in order to avoid attention and get into places foreigners were forbidden to enter, so she could int [...]

    12. An eye-opener. I have great respect for Norwegian journalist Asne Seirstad and her research.Jacket blurb: In the early hours of New Year's 1994, Russian troops invaded the Republic of Chechnya, plunging the country into a prolonged and bloody conflict that continues to this day. A foreign correspondent in Moscow at the time, Åsne Seierstad traveled regularly to Chechnya to report on the war, describing its affects on those trying to live their daily lives amidst violence. In the following decad [...]

    13. Grāmatas autore Osne Seierstade ir talantīga norvēģu žurnāliste. 24 gadu vecumā strādāja Maskavā, tobrīd 1994. gadā, tas bija pārmaiņu un nemieru laiks. Krievijas karaspēks iebruka Čečenijā. Osne Seierstade devās turp, kur zemi plosa karš, lai savām acīm redzētu pretrunīgo patiesību un stāstītu par to pasaulei. 12 gadus vēlāk, kad rakstniece guvusi atzinības par reportāžām no "karstajiem punktiem", viņa nelegāli, riskējor ar dzīvību, atgriežās Čečenijā, [...]

    14. The book definitely deserves no less than five stars!The gifted writer describes her experiences in Chechnya along more than fifteen years. During the first war, the second war, and in the recent times, under the presidency of Ramazan Qadirov.How much unknown pain was suffered in Chechnya! How much suffering passed away without any one knowing about! How many people disappeared without a single person knowing where they have gone! how much fear and drastic memories are there instilled in the hea [...]

    15. Okay, now at the end of the book, I will still say buy it and read it. Sad, unfortunate, desperate, will it ever end? Even though I borrowed it from the library, I will be buying it. Read the first paragraph, then the first chapter/introduction(?) and see if you can put it down. Sad, depressing, shocking all describe this book and the horrible terror of being Chechen in the Caucasus/Ichkeria today. I will have to come back and write a full review but more people should know about what's going on [...]

    16. Seierstad, a Norwegian reporter, was 24 when she first left Moscow to go into Chechnya - it was her first year of working as a journalist - to report about the life and ongoings during the first war. Her account is a tremendous work that blends political with historical facts, offers a great insight into Chechen and Russian culture and last but not least documents her personal experiences during the first and second Chechen wars. Especially for her documentation of human tragedy in a time of vio [...]

    17. Šo grāmatu ir sarakstījusi Osne Seierstade. 1994. gadā, kad Krievijas karaspēka iebrukums Čečenijas republikā jau bija izdevies, šī talantīgā, 24 gadus vecā norvēģu žurnāliste dodas uz kara izplosīto zemi, neskatoties uz daudzajiem atrunātājiem, lai būtu tieši epicentrā un savām acīm redzētu visu notiekošo. Pēc 12 gadiem, kad rakstniece jau guvusi atzinību par savām reportāžām no pasaules "karstajiem punktiem", viņa nelegāli, riskējot ar savu dzīvību atgrie [...]

    18. I don't understand why the title of this book is The Angel of Grozny: Orphans of a Forgotten War, when only about 1/12, or 2 chapters out of 24, relate to Hadijat (the "Angel") and the lives of war-orphaned children. The rest of the book is mostly made up of accounts of the author's travels in Chechnya and Moscow and her interviews with soldiers, politicians, and citizens. While it certainly does focus attention on the horrors and injustice of war in general, and in Chechnya particularly, it doe [...]

    19. ملاك غروزني "بارقة أمل في ظلمة الشيشان" نقل وتصوير لأحداث الحرب التي من أشدّ المآسي التي تعرض لها الإسلامبدأت الكاتبة كصحافية تنقل أخبار الحرب كتقارير صحفية ومذكرات شخصية بدون حبكةحتى مُنعت من دخول الشيشان ودخلت تهريباً وعاشت مع المستضعفين المسلمينفي فصل ملاك غروزني والذي [...]

    20. I knew nothing of Chechnya before reading this book and, although it's dangerous to take any one account of such a complex situation as gospel, I do feel more informed. And that is one of the triumphs of this book - that it makes clear the lack of clarity, and the complexity, of ancient regional warfare. Although there is great sympathy for the Chechens, Seierstad is careful to illuminate the stories of Russians too. Ultimately it's a bleak book, and there is no sign of resolution, but in the de [...]

    21. قراءتي لكتاب [ملاك غروزني - بارقة أمل في ظلمة الشيشان!].justpaste/13ftt

    22. ძნელია ობიექტურობა შეინარჩუნო, ჯანსაღი კრიტიკა აქ არ მუშაობს.

    23. Year 1995: When I watched Budyonnovsk hospital hostage crisis on DD-1 channel I was so surprised to know that such things could happen in Russia too. News from Chechnya was flowing since then but I always ignored it as conflicts happening inside former Soviet republics. Year 2014: Middle East once again in turmoil. Gulf War 3.0 was about to shape out. I have started following western media after the successive insurrection of Islamic State and their conquest of Mosul in Iraq. Initially, like Rus [...]

    24. From the bestselling author of the - extremely overrated - "Bookseller of Kabul", comes this book about Chechnya."The Angel of Grozny" is much better than what Seierstad wrote (and thought to see) about life in Kabul, but is still affected by the same cons.Here we have a young and undoubtedly talented journalist who is not content of being a reporter but would rather like to be a writer, a storyteller.And Åsne Seierstad does have the gift of writing some touching and beautiful descriptions here [...]

    25. تعليقي باللغة العربية (English brief follows)سألني كريس عن سبب شرائي للكتاب ونحن واقفون أمام كتب كثيرةقلت له أنت تعرف أنني عشت تجربة الحرب في غزة لمدة 22 يوما تحت النار والقصف وما عقب ذلك من مآسوأردت أن أرى تجربة أخرى من تجارب الحروب وكيف عاشها الآخرونأما عن الكتاب فلا حول ولا قوة إلا با [...]

    26. Do you know how it is to live in the middle of a war field? Åsne Seierstad do.What you read, heard or saw in the news doesn't count. I'm talking about experiencing it, living it. Feeling the constant fear of death, witnessing it.If there's one thing that I noticed about books of war that I've read so far, is that at a point, I start getting tired and uncomfortable for reading such violence.Then, If I feel bad just by reading it, I don't even want to know how these people felt.But again, Åsne S [...]

    27. I don't think that I've ever read a book that has made me so aware about how little I know. I'm a bit of a news junkie, so I'd read whatever showed up in the papers about Chechnya, but that didn't even touch what is going on now and what has happened in Chechnya's bloody past. For example, did you know that Stalin deported the whole damn country to Khazakhstan? A half million mountain people were sent to live on the plains of Khazakhstan with no means of support. Twenty-five percent died on the [...]

    28. Journalist Asne Seierstad always one for a challenge takes us inside Chechnya and talks to the residents of one of the Russian Federations most volatile republics that has been absolutely gutted by two wars between The Russians and Chechen/Islamic insurgents in the mid 1990's and early 2000's.It is one thing to read the cold grey of newspaper statistics from a war zonex people killed, y people injured, but it is quite another to sit in the living room and listen to the story of a mother whose lo [...]

    29. Well, its really complicated to write a review about this book, how can I say I liked a book telling the story of war orphans? will it really make sense to say that I enjoyed the book to the extent that I hated to finish it? The book tells stories of torn/killed/torturer Muslim families in Bosnia by Soviet then Russian then finally puppet government appointed RussiansToo many lessons I learnt from this book, 1- To read more about the international world view towards racism and mascaras against M [...]

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