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10 thoughts on “The Lemon Tree

  1. says:

    Excellent well written portrait of the multiple changes that have occured in the area of the Middle East known as Palestine Israel both to Arabs and Jews who both want to live on the same land in the same homes History of the area from both perspectives is provided for the years leading to the declaration of Israeli independence in

  2. says:

    Just finished this book and it is a fantastic read and a great insight into the Israeli Palestinian conflict For anyone interested i

  3. says:

    We live in a very divided world a world becoming much obvious in the age of the internet Politics race religion gender it's tearing people apart The Lemon Tree is the kind of story that proves that things don't have to be this way that we can learn from accept and appreciate the differences of others and be fri

  4. says:

    I found the book to be very promising in the beginning It seeks to present a very comprehensive overview of the conflict in the Middle East presenting both sides of the conflict through the personal experience of two people a Palest

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    This is an exposition of the Israel Palestine conflict via the stories of two people Dalia a Jewish woman whose family immigrated when she was a baby in 1948 and Bashir a Palestinian Arab whose family was driven out and became refugees Dalia's family live in what had been Bashir's family's home The lemon tree grew in the yard The bo

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    This book is a marvellously thorough description of the formation of Israel and the resulting Arab Israeli conflict The story follows two families – the Khairis and the Eshkenazis The Khairis were Arabs from al Ramla forced by the Israelis to leave their house and their town in July 1948 as refugees The Eshkenazis were Jews from Bulgaria who immigrated to Israel after the Second World War They were sent to al

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    This is the true story of Dalia a Bulgarian Jew and Bashir a Palestinian Arab Both were uprooted from their homes for different but related reasons; one was uprooted because of the Holocaust in Europe and the other because of the f

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    A book about the Israeli Palestinian conflict I am really not sure what to write about it It opened my eyes and gave me a perspective of the conflict that I have not seen or maybe chose not to see I won't say that it changed my perspective completely but it did raise allot of uestions about the history of my country and th

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    A very slanted take on the struggle where the only people who get a voice are a Palestinian terrorist an Israeli p

  10. says:

    I have just finished this book and found it to be one of the most complelling books I have ever read An intriguing historical account of the PalestinianArab Israeli conflict through the stories of the lives of two families who are connected through having resided in the same home the Arab family built it and was later displaced; most violen

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Ndau a nineteen year old Israeli college student whose family fled Europe for Israel following the Holocaust On the stoop of their shared home Dalia and Bashir began a rare friendship forged in the aftermath of war and tested over the next thirty five years in ways that neither could imagine on that summer da I found the book to be very promising in the beginning It seeks to present a very comprehensive overview of the confl

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In Bashir Al Khayri a Palestinian twenty five year old journeyed to Israel with the goal of seeing the The Lemon eBook #9734 beloved old stone house with the lemon tree behind it that he and his family had fled nineteen years earlier To his surprise when he found the house he was greeted by Dalia Ashkenazi La Excellent well written portrait of the multiple changes that have occured in the area of the Middle East known as Pal

Free read ¼ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ò Sandy Tolan

Y in Based on extensive research and springing from his enormously resonant documentary that aired on NPR’s Fresh Air in Sandy Tolan brings the Israeli Palestinian conflict down to its most human level suggesting that even amid the bleakest political realities there exist stories of hope and reconciliation A book about the Israeli Palestinian conflict I am really not sure what to write about it It opened my eyes and gave