To Cross The Line — With A Bridge

“To Cross The Line — With A Bridge” explores both sides of the Israeli rift today — between the secular and the religious — and offers a bridge for true, mutual understanding, and most importantly, reconciliation.

Author: Yemima Belmont

Softcover, 168 pages

 

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“To Cross The Line — With A Bridge” explores both sides of the Israeli rift today — between the secular and the religious — and offers a bridge for true, mutual understanding, and most importantly, reconciliation. This same bridge presents a workable peace plan for Israel, based completely on Torah, beginning with the Israeli leadership’s rejection of the Erev Rav’s anti-Torah agenda. The narrative framework of the book is the story of a young woman’s struggle to escape an abusive marriage with the help of a former teacher-neighbor and her Rebbe, a Tzaddik, who gives her exact signs to find her soulmate. From the relationship between the two women, various discussions arise that expose the metaphysical explanation of various events in Israeli history and recognition that the “Middle East Crisis” is a religious-metaphysical issue and not merely a political one. “To Cross The Line — With A Bridge” puts the pieces together and makes sense and order out of what appears as total senseless disorder.

  • Paperback: 168 pages
  • Author:  Yemima Belmont
  • ISBN-13: 978-1936778409

 

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