Marit Imeland Gjesme

I have always searched for THE one book. The book about Arab culture that despite all its complexity, diversity and layers would hold all the “need to know” and preferably also some “nice to know” – to prevent unintended blunders, and provide the right explanations, advice and preparations to any situation. When Rana Nejem’s “When In The Arab World” was published, I could finally put my search to rest.