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Enemy in the Promised Land by Sana Hasan
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Apr 07, 2008

really liked it
bookshelves: israel, memoir
Read in January, 1993

The world political climate has only gotten worse since this book was written, but it’s still a welcome voice of peace. It’s about a young Egyptian woman who masquerades as Jew to experience life in Israel, going everywhere from the most left-wing kibbutzim to an Ultra-Orthodox kiruv family. Though she was not necessarily positive going in, she did come out that way. If the world were full of people like her, there really would be peace.
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message 1: by Mazab (new)

Mazab Hello === Do you happen to have an e-copy of the book.

Kressel Housman I'm sorry, but I don't.

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