Have you ever wondered why people in the Middle East just can't get along? Have you asked yourself what's really behind September 11, 2001, the Ft. Hood massacre, the Boston Marathon bombing, and future attacks being carefully planned at this very moment?
Way back in 1905, an Arab nationalist wrote:
Upon the final outcome of the battle between these two peoples [Arab and Jew], representing two opposed principles, the fate of the entire world will depend.
That final outcome may be determined within the next decades. If America and the West do not deal with current situations well, we may well lose the world we know, a lot sooner than we imagine. There are no easy solutions, but it amazes me that very few people seem to understand the problems, including Western leaders.
An Egyptian immigrant to the United States who thoroughly understands the problem put it well, "We are strangling ourselves with political correctness."
I researched and wrote The Future and the Jews because the day after 9/11, a friend said, "This happened because of America's support for Israel." I was astounded. Personally, I empathized more than before with Israelis. I felt vulnerable, as they must, not knowing for sure when they board a city bus if a fellow passenger might be wearing a suicide bomb.
I was tongue-tied. I needed historical context, facts. My opinions held no more weight than hers apart from facts.
What I found surprised me and led to further research.
The PDF version of The Future and the Jews is free. Bound copies are $3.00 each plus shipping, enough to cover my costs. If you want more than a few copies, e-mail me for a quantity discount.
In my opinion, every responsible voter needs to know what's in this book.
96 pages, 4¼" x 8½".