Holy War for the Promised Land: Israel at the Crossroads

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B&H Publishing Group, 2003 - History - 280 pages
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David Dolan knows intimately about what he is writing. An American journalist living in Israel since 1980, he has witnessed and is witnessing firsthand the historical events unfolding before the watchful eye of the world. Now, in this book, Holy War for the Promised Land, Dolan covers the growing conflict in the Middle East, the anti-Israel frenzy, the collapse of the Oslo process, and the new Palestinian uprising with what the Israeli response might be. He does this all with one eye to the newspaper and the other to the Bible, placing all the events in the context of biblical prophecy.

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DAVID DOLAN is an American author and journalist who has lived and worked in Israel since 1980. He reported from early 1988 through the year 2000 for the New York-based CBS radio network. Before that, he worked for CBN television and radio news out of Jerusalem, the Chicago-based Moody radio network, and has also appeared on many television and radio programs around the world. Dolan currently reports weekdays for Eye on the Middle East, heard on hundreds of radio stations around America and on the Friends of Israel web site, and is a regular guest on the Prophecy Today radio program broadcast on Saturdays around the USA. He has written the monthly Israel News Review for CFI-UK since April 1986, also sent out to his large email list around the world. He has authored three previous books, including an international bestselling history of the Arab/Israeli conflict, Holy War for the Promised Land (Thomas Nelson, Broadman & Holman). Dolan is a popular international public speaker, addressing audiences in over twenty countries in North America, Europe, Africa, Eastern Asia, and in Australia and New Zealand.

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