Call of the Quarter Master: A Collection of Poems

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AuthorHouse, Feb 1, 2006 - Poetry - 84 pages
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The Belgrade government in Serbia began ‘ethnic cleansing’ Kosovo early in 1999. All followers of Islam were driven from their homes, young men killed, young women routinely raped. Refugees by the hundreds of thousands went to Albanian refugee camps.

One World Under God begins as a talented Muslim artist is frozen in terror watching her world swept away before her eyes. Stranded, she is hiding in a mountain cave. Her brother cannot desert his KLA post to take her safely to relatives. He entrusts her to an American correspondent who is defying the order to leave the country. After he gets video proof of the atrocities before leaving Kosovo, he promises to be as a brother to her as they hike out to Montenegro.

An arduous journey ends but cultural conflicts further complicate this interfaith love story.

Respect for all faiths, Christianity, Islam, and Judaism is hope for world peace.

Golden threads of a tender love story, red threads of danger, purple threads of cultural conflict are interwoven against the dark tapestry of war.

God’s love for all His children shines over everyone.

One World Under God is a story you can’t afford to miss as the terror goes on.

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