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     It was former United States Secretary of State, Henry Kissinger, who pointed out: "No foreign policy, no matter how ingenious, has any chance of success if it is born in the minds of a few and carried out in the hearts of none."

     Another way of putting it would be summed up from a portion of the Foreword to the novel that Congressman Jo Bonner was very kind to render: "While attaining a lasting, permanent peace in Israel has been elusive to many of our greatest minds, perhaps the best way to make this goal a reality is to speak more to the heart than the head,"

     None of the elements of change in our world, whether they be military, political, spiritual, industrial, philosophical, economical, demographic or otherwise, can be excluded in considering the impetus of where we are today, compared with the past that has brought us to this place. There is no ultimate unity in our world. And that implies and even confirms that no ultimate peace exists as well.

     The Hebrew Bible speaks of a day when peace will, indeed, come to the planet of Earth. And Jerusalem, Israel, the city that has always been the center for all international affairs around the world, will be the pivotal city that determines if peace will come indefinitely.

     It was John F. Kennedy, the 35th President of the United States, who heeded: "The weapons of war must be abolished before they abolish us." To have no solution to bring peace about will mean the annihilation and extinction of mankind.

     "The Pathway to Israeli Peace" incorporates the dangerous technology of today that is threatening our very existence. There is so much division in our present world. And it needs to be recognized that when war is no longer waged in Jerusalem, the most fought over city in history, there will be no more wars waged ever again in our world.

     As conventional approaches to bring about world peace by Presidents, Heads of State, Ambassadors and Secretaries of State have all miserably failed, perhaps a closer inspection of Biblical Prophecy on efforts to attain peace should be considered. Hence, "The Pathway to Israeli Peace" is designed to not just embrace the Israelis, but every man, woman and child around the world. Therefore, it should be quite apparent that the factor of love should be considered to be a necessary function in the equation to make peace a formidable reality for all.