As the Middle East has gone up in flames, no image so captured the clash of cultures as did the siege at the Church of the Nativity, where Christian monks were trapped inside the fortress-like church, as Palestinian gunmen faced off against the Israeli military for five weeks. As Muslim and Jew battled for control, the Christians were caught in the crossfire: endangered and largely forgotten, vict...
Paperback: 479 pages
Publisher: PublicAffairs (December 2002)
Product Dimensions: 6 x 1.2 x 9 inches
Amazon Rank: 2575733
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Charles Sennott thoroughly researched and reported on the stories that form the nucleus of this book, and it shows. His book evinces sympathy for all sides caught up in the vortex of conflict that centers in the Israeli-Palestinian problem. Sennott...
body else's war. In The Body and the Blood, Charles M. Sennott examines the dwindling Christian communities of the modern Middle East in search of answers to the following questions: Why is Christianity dying out in the land where it began? And what are the consequences, not only for the future of Christianity but for the Middle East itself? From Israel to Lebanon to Egypt to Jordan to the ancient cities of the West Bank, Sennott finds that the themes resonating today are the same as those that convulsed the region at the time of Christ. His frontline reporting is powerful and provocative, as he shines a new light on the Middle East.