Fatal Embrace: Christians, Jews, and the Search for Peace in the Holy Land

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BookPros, LLC, 2010 - History - 390 pages
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Author Mark Braverman shows how the Jewish quest for safety and empowerment and the Christian endeavor to atone for centuries of anti-Semitism have combined to suppress the conversations needed to bring about a just and lasting peace in the Holy Land. Fatal Embrace charts Braverman's journey as an American Jew struggling with the difficult realities of modern Israel. The book vividly describes the spiritual and psychological forces driving the discourse and is a call to action to Americans of all faiths.

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A Balanced Path to Peace!

User Review  - Viviane Crystal - Borders

Perhaps it is time for a more complete understanding of the Israel-Palestine conflict! Mark Braverman and many of his known and unknown colleagues, peers and readers certainly make this presentation a ... Read full review

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User Review  - Doug Magnuson - Goodreads

This is the powerful personal narrative of an American Jew (descended from Palestinian Jews), whose travels to the land, including the occupied West Bank, transformed his understanding of Israel and ... Read full review

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Mark Braverman is the executive director of the Holy Land Education and Peace building Project, a grassroots organization that promotes interfaith dialogue, peace-building, and conflict resolution in the Middle East. Braverman currently lives in Bethesda, Maryland, with his wife, Susan.

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