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Thank you for your interest in The Price of Peace. I was living in Israel during the 1980’s, I was even enlisted to print a holy book in fifteen different places throughout Lebanon during the war as protection for the soldiers. My view on the Holy Land and the continual struggles have changed over the years but the book still makes valid points and ultimately concludes with a new view of an old problem. I see a political state in the Holy Land as an oxymoron attempting to impose Western values in the Middle East. 


Jew and Arabs are brothers from the same father, the Patriarch Avraham; our two languages Arabic and Hebrew support prophesy—Torah and the Koran. Though politics is largely unavoidable, the establishment of a state in the Holy Land requires arrogance. The Price of Peace tries to see the crisis in Israel in a different light. Please buy, read and review.

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