By David Teeter
The tale starts in a Jewish local in Jerusalem. It concludes in a secure condominium for Muslim collage students.
David Teeter explores 3 severe questions:
1. will we be either "pro-Israel" and "pro-Palestine" ?
2. Can a Muslim stick to Jesus and stay a Muslim?
3. Can Israelis and Palestinians percentage the Land of Promise in peace?
David's tale will thrill you. His solutions will shock you.
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