Ashley Wells, an American graduate student with her fiancÃ© Najid, a Palestinian Christian, becomes involved with injured enemies thrown together in a Jerusalem hospital following a demonstration that turns violent. An Israeli soldier and Najid's brother Sami forgive each other, drawing in other adversaries as well who experienced tragedy from each other, in one case a helicopter pilot rocketing and vaporizing a 20 year-old's family in Gaza. This group of traumatized young adults having worked through forgiveness and reconciliation agree to share their stories in a series of forums both in Jerusalem and America, including in the U.S. Senate. Despite facing hostility and attempted assassination, can they exemplify somehow that peace is possible in the Holy Land, based on justice with forgiveness and reconciliation? After much turmoil and many postponements, will Ashley and Najid ever marry? If you wonder why The Holy Land continues to boil, this book will both entertain and help you to understand
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|Size: ||824 KB|
|Publisher: ||Koehler Books|
|Date published: || 2014|
|ISBN: ||9781633930421 (DRM-EPUB)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|