Ron Brackin, the author of the international hit Son of Hamas, has spent a lot of time as an investigative journalist in the Middle East. During the Al-Aqsa Intifada, he was in the West Bank and Gaza; after the fall of Iraq, he was assigned to Baghdad and Mosul; and most recently, he worked with the rebels and refugees of Southern Sudan and Darfur. Many media, including USA Today and The Washington Times, have published Ron's articles and editorials. He worked as a broadcast journalist for WTOP-AM in Washington, D.C., an all-news CBS radio station. WASH-FM's weekend news anchor and Metromedia's WASH-FM's weekday news anchor. During the Reagan administration, he also worked as a congressional press secretary.
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