The lives of four strangers were about to collide in a way only the Middle East could provide. Four strangers from different religions and ethnic backgrounds find themselves intertwined with violence as the main recipe. Oh yes, I almost forgot. There is a fifth wheel: The Bedouin. Thus, four tales of four families result in one riveting story that had to be told. As many around the world are aware of by now, the tiny nation of Israel seems to have a disproportional coverage on the evening news and daily newspapers more than any other nation in the world. Likewise, people around the world seem to have strong views either in favor of or against the different people that make up this miniscule nation. Either way, people seem to know about it more than lets say Zimbabwe or Malaysia. Despite that, this incredible story almost escaped the radar of all the media channels and disappeared into obscurity. The source of this story must remain anonymous for security purposes. Also for security reasons, the names of the people and places have been changed. The majority of this story takes place in the Galilee. The Galilee is the northern district of the State of Israel. This tiny mountainous region chock full of different religions and cultures dating back to over five thousand years ago. This region borders Lebanon in the North, Golan Heights in the East, the Mediterranean to the West, and Central Israel to the South. Every square mile of this area is rich in history, religious significance, and stories. One such story takes place throughout the Galilee and culminates in the Galilee's largest city, Haifa. This book is dedicated to the people of this region. If they only knew how similar they really were to each other. My hope is that people get to know these fascinating people by visiting this magnificent region and getting to know the people in person. Salaam Aleikum! Shalom Alechem! Peace be upon you!
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Published November 9, 2006
by iUniverse, Inc..
Literature & Fiction, History, Religion & Spirituality.