The Pathway To Israeli Peace By Bruce Davidson
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The Novel, "The Pathway to Israeli Peace," is a Story of hopeful optimism for the entire world. The Novel is written to embrace everyone around the planet. Israel is crying out for everlasting peace, and "The Pathway to Israeli Peace" is based on the premise that if all wars cease in Jerusalem, the capital of Israel, then, all wars will, in turn, cease from the face of the Earth. Yet, very tragically, war has constantly plagued the world from the beginning of time.
The unmerciful effects of war have ravaged innocent men, women & children for centuries. Jerusalem has been & will always continue to be the center stage for all international affairs. Jerusalem stands out in history as the city that has been fought over more than any other city in the world. Herein lies the need for the Hebrew verse, Psalm 122:6: "Pray for the peace of Jerusalem: All those who love her shall prosper."
The intricate reasons for struggle over Jerusalem are thoroughly explained in "The Pathway to Israeli Peace." This novel excludes nothing in regard to Israel's past, present & future. And the book graphically depicts the very Spirit of Israel in pictures throughout its Twenty-Two Chapters (340 pages).
The Story is centered around the two protagonists of the Book of The Song of Solomon. It is a modern day Biblical Love Story, involving two people (Solomon's parents) so much in love that they just don't know what to do about it (Song of Solomon 4:7). The unfairness of war, with its advanced weaponry, is continually testing their romance. Their single desire is to revel in each other's presence without the interruption of war. War has been tearing them apart in a gut wrenching fashion. And their love is so powerful as to yearn for peace not only for themselves, but also for the entire Universe.
Should the pathway to Israeli peace successfully lead these two objects of desire back into each other's arms, then, it will follow suit that the entire world will be at peace as well. Should the Earth ever witness such an everlasting peace, the end result of that special peace will mean freedom for all of mankind in its truest form.
Will Camelot be restored? Or will Camelot remain lost forever? As Congressman Jo Bonner put it best in his Foreword to the novel: "While attaining a lasting, permanent peace in Israel has been elusive to many of our greatest minds, perhaps the best way t make this goal a reality is to speak more to the heart than the head."