The Journey of An Arab-Jew by Dr. David Rabeeya
Through The American Maze

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"In this book Dr. David Rabeeya continues the story of his life from where The Journey of an Arab-Jew in European Israel ends. Here he, an outsider because of his dual identity and heritage as both an Arab and a Jew, continues his story as he comes to America and is confronted with, again, a new language and a new culture. Because of his unique background and his intellectual insight he is able to see the Jewish and non-Jewish world in America through a unique prism which has caused him both joy and anguish. Always a thinker, he offers both appreciations for and suggestions concerning education, culture, religion and life in general in his new homeland.
Even if you don’t agree with what he says, you can never accuse Dr. Rabeeya of writing anything but the truth as he sees it. This is the 39th book which deals with life in Iraq, Israel and America by a writer who sees and appreciates the humanity in everyone.


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Published April 30, 2007 by Xlibris. 31 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences. Non-fiction

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