No-One Land: Israel / Palestine 2000-2002
By Henry Ralph Carse
Distrubuted by Trans-Atlantic Publications Inc.
$23.95 Paper original
From the shattered Land of Israel and Occupied Palestine comes a vivid account of anguish and determination. In his passionate essays penned during the violence of the Second Intifada, American writer Henry Ralph Carse, practical theologian, pilgrim and scholar, seeks meaning in the seemingly senseless conflict. Living in the heart of East Jerusalem, Carse is an educator and the father of four children growing up in the midst of the mayhem. Driven by hope and concern, he chronicles his daily ventures into "No-One Land," engaging both Israelis and Palestinians in the terrible and inspiring realities of their lives in the crossfire.
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