Unveiled

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Lee And Vance Publishing Co, Apr 1, 2007 - Fiction - 552 pages
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Unveiled is a five hundred year old story about a beautiful Bedouin, Jasmine, and her relationship with her two sons. The older boy is a Moslem, who is half Sunni and half Shiite, and her younger son is a Christian. Religious terrorism currently hangs heavily upon men's hearts and minds. An advancement of one religious cult over another is not a suitable answer. We need to come to grips with this growing plague and understand the reasons for this fatal affliction. As reported in this tale of an ancient time, the causes of religious terrorism have more to do with the abuses of power by the world's governmental and spiritual leaders who encourage religious terrorism than with the religions themselves. Unveiled provides some of the reasons and explanations that can lead us to a solution to this dilemma facing our shrinking planet.
 

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