Advice from the Chief Rabbi, Taken from The Taba Convention
by Stephen Ayers
Jordan Kline is troubled and, even though putting himself in danger, travels to Eilat to seek out advice from the Chief Rabbi. He seeks advice on life and Jewish values.
He is deeply troubled by suspicions of traitors within Israel, men who would kill to sweep aside all threats to their conspiracy.
This is one of my favorite passages in Book1 of the Jordan Kline Trilogy.