I have just started a new book: Kissing Fish by Roger Wolsey. The first thing that jumped at me was the very first quote that Wolsey chose for his introduction to the book: The message of Jesus as I understand it, is contained in the Sermon on the Mount unadulterated and taken as a whole. … Continue reading Travelling the “Holy Land”
The story begins in 1967. The six-day war is just over and for the first time it is possible for Palestinian Arabs to travel to the lands which they had left in the war of 1948. Bashir, a young man in his mid-twenties, takes his chance to visit his native village Ramla with his cousins and eventually ends up ringing the doorbell of his birth place. There he meets young Dalia, who is at home over the summers from her studies and her training in the Israeli army. To Bashir’s surprise Dalia is welcoming him and his cousins and invites them in. The beginning of an unlikely friendship.