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On the Road to Damascus

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On the Road to Damascus by Ronald E Runge
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A hard-hitting novel, which depicts the Palestine-Israel conundrum, scene of the world's oldest continuing conflict. In a new light, the lives of a Jewish family, a Palestinian family, and an American family, whose fates are shown to intermingle in a way, that forces the descendants of each to realize, that killing one another is not going to bring peace to their children." On The Road To Damascus" examines, in depth, how Islam came about, who runs it, and what keeps it going. " On The Road To Damascus" charges that Sharon, the uncanny Jewish leader, who instituted, and now suckles, his Palestinian settlements, will never agree to a Palestinian state, and that Arafat will continue his war by sending young suiciders to provide Israeli dead. That both maintain their power, by continuing their mutual murder, throughout this tiny spit of land, scene of some of the world's most famous names and events. Christ and his beckoning to each individual is seen as the key, both to a solution, and to salvation.
Release date Australia
August 19th, 2003
Country of Publication
United States
Illustrations
black & white illustrations
Imprint
iUniverse
Pages
184
Dimensions
152x229x11
ISBN-13
9780595289530
Product ID
1799607

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