Come With Me From Jerusalem
By Kamal Abdel Malek
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Published: Feb. 19, 2013
Words: 79,646 (approximate)
Come with Me from Jerusalem tells the story of Sami, the first Egyptian student in Israel, who falls in love with Jewish classmate Lital. Sami’s life is shattered when he finds himself arrested and tried for the murder of a Tel Aviv call girl. Only a miracle can save him from a certain life sentence as he and Lital come together, offering hope for reconciliation and a shared future.
Come with Me from Jerusalem tells the story of Sami, the first Egyptian student in Israel, who falls in love with Lital, a Jewish classmate. Sami’s life is shattered when he finds himself arrested and tried for the murder of a Tel Aviv call girl. Only a miracle can save him from a certain life sentence. Sami and Lital, lovers from opposite sides of the conflict, are ideally placed to constitute a microcosm representing divergent views of the Arab-Jewish conflict and the desire to achieve genuine reconciliation.
, middle east
, arab jewish coexistence
, arabisraeli conflict
, arab themes
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