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By Schmidt, H. Edward
The time the turbulent 1930s, the place a bitterly divided world struggling for and against empires, of peoples following dreams and nursing bitter resentments. In Palestine the British Mandate to govern is being tested by Jews and Arabs alike. Troubles in Europe spill into Pales...tine, with hundreds of thousands of Jews entering the land. Arabs chafing under British rule and bitter at unchecked immigration revolt. Ismael Latif forced to leave fifteen years before returns to fight with the rebels. He joins the rebels at a time when the plight seemed hopeless. His task is to restore hope. Sarah Poletsky Nevers joins the effort to achieve a peaceful end to the rebellion. Leading the movement is a newly arrived preacher John McDermott, pastor of a small Christian church. John develops a daring plan. Hitler's aggression threatens Europe and America. War seems inevitable. Two Senators, one about to leave Washington, the other newly arrived resolve to keep America out of the war in Europe. They are convinced by Sarah's father that peace in Europe and peace in Palestine are so inter twined that one cannot be achieved without the other. The Senators find an ally in a beautiful professor from Wisconsin, Margaret Larsen, the leader of Women for Peace.Read more
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