Uprooting the Olive Tree

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When newlyweds Ashley and Najid stay overnight with Fatima's family in Bethlehem, Israeli soldiers attack and carry off 10-year-old Ali to prison in Israel. The lead Israeli soldier begins to regret the monster he has become ';defending' his country…

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    Om Uprooting the Olive Tree

    When newlyweds Ashley and Najid stay overnight with Fatima's family in Bethlehem, Israeli soldiers attack and carry off 10-year-old Ali to prison in Israel. The lead Israeli soldier begins to regret the monster he has become ';defending' his country from '; terrorists.'Najid's West Bank friend Faisal tries to stop the bulldozing of his ten acres of olive trees, and is nearly killed by the bulletproofed Caterpillar bulldozer. Najid and Ashley enlist legal help from an Israeli Cabinet member to help bring justice against the harsh Israeli laws. When the cabinet member physically thwarts settlers taking over a Palestinian home in East Jerusalem, his troubles escalate.Najid's friend Chaim, an Israeli helicopter pilot, faces intense pressure from his commander to renounce the letter he signed refusing to fire on civilians. Would he allow his career to go down in flames, or would he fight in the 2014 Gaza war?Najid's younger brother Sami, now in Haifa University, falls in love with Fatima. Can a Palestinian Christian from Israel marry a West Bank Muslim girl who now follows Jesus? What can Ashley do to mollify Fatima's father's determination to not lose his beloved daughter to a Christian family in Israelwhere he cannot go?

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    Format
    E-Bok
    Kopisperre
    Teknisk DRM
    Filformat
    ePUB
    Utgivelsesår
    2016
    Forlag
    Koehler Books
    Språk
    Engelsk
    ISBN
    9781633932098
    Sider
    318

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