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About the Author
A doctor and journalist who has worked in Britain, Pakistan, Afghanistan, South Africa, Jerusalem and New York, EMMA WILLIAMS studied history at Oxford University and medicine at London University. She has written for several publications about Palestinian-Israeli affairs and was a correspondent for the Spectator from 2000-2003. Her memoir of living in Jerusalem during the Second Intifada, It’s Easier to Reach Heaven than the End of the Street, came out in 2006. Williams currently lives in New York City.