Jordan

Author by : Alan George
Languange : en
Publisher by : Zed Books Ltd.
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Description : Jordan has played a bigger role in Middle Eastern affairs than its size and economy might warrant, due to its huge Palestinian population, its strategic location between Israel, the West Bank, Syria and Iraq, and its uniquely close relationship with successive British and US administrations. Drawing on numerous visits to the country and interviews with a diversity of people from King Abdullah down, Alan George describes how its reasonably stable monarchical system, unlike that in most Arab countries, has allowed the halting development of civil society and maintained control through the skilful co-option of opponents rather than heavy-handed reliance on its secret police. What is daily life like? How do its parliamentary system and political parties work? How free are the media? What are the future prospects of this buffer 'state without a nation'?


Living In The Crossfire

Author by : Maria Alves
Languange : en
Publisher by : Temple University Press
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Description : Communities organizing to end Brazil's urban war on drugs


From The Left

Author by : Bill Press
Languange : en
Publisher by : Thomas Dunne Books
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Description : THE WASHINGTON POST BESTSELLER "Bill Press has done it all. He was the Chair of the California Democratic Party, he has been involved in numerous campaigns, he has been a prolific writer, and has worked as a host and commentator on radio and TV. In other words, he knows politics inside and out. This is the tale of an engaged and often outraged citizen who loves his country and wants to see it move forward in a progressive direction." —Senator Bernie Sanders A memoir of talk radio host and political commentator Bill Press. The name Bill Press is synonymous with honest journalism, intelligent commentary, and progressive politics. But based on where he came from, it's a wonder he didn't end up a Trump voter. He grew up in a blue-collar family in a small town in Delaware south of the Mason-Dixon line, where segregation was the rule. As a Catholic, he was taught that abortion, divorce, sex outside of marriage, and homosexuality were morally wrong: beliefs later reinforced in ten years of seminary studies for the priesthood. He was on his way to be a rock-ribbed conservative. So what went right for him that he swerved so far to the left? In From the Left, Press shows this gradual transformation, starting with two years of studies in Europe and a providential escape to California. From Sacramento he made his way to Southern California television and talk radio as a political commentator and liberal talk show host. Jumping to Washington and national cable TV, Press hosted Crossfire and The Spin Room on CNN, and Buchanan and Press on MSNBC. A member of the White House Press Corps and columnist for Tribune Media Services and The Hill, Press was an early supporter of Bernie Sanders and hosted two of the Senator's first presidential strategy sessions in his living room. If you're already on the left, you'll cheer a fellow traveler. If not yet there, you soon will be.


Architecture And Control

Author by : Anonim
Languange : en
Publisher by : BRILL
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Description : Architecture and Control addresses the urgent question residing at the intersection of architectural and cultural theory: how can the interplay between designed structures and practices of control foster an emergence of the unforeseen and the uncontrolled in post-2000 architectures and infrastructures?


Reconnecting With Life

Author by : Robert Neff
Languange : en
Publisher by : First Edition Design Pub.
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Description : Reconnecting with Life, spurred when I returned home to support my widowed mother’s fight with breast cancer in 2002, reevaluated my life, journey and direction. Removed from life as I knew it, my priorities quickly changed with the realities and limitations of my mother’s years as well as her continued worries about her brother in a nursing home. This book explores my life experiences, my intense love of nature and its imagery, and the paths I’ve taken along the way.


A Woman In The Crossfire

Author by : Samar Yazbek
Languange : en
Publisher by : Haus Publishing
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Description : A well-known novelist and journalist from the coastal city of Jableh, Samar Yazbek witnessed the beginning four months of the uprising first-hand and actively participated in a variety of public actions and budding social movements. Throughout this period she kept a diary of personal reflections on, and observations of, this historic time. Because of the outspoken views she published in print and online, Yazbek quickly attracted the attention and fury of the regime, vicious rumours started to spread about her disloyalty to the homeland and the Alawite community to which she belongs. The lyrical narrative describes her struggle to protect herself and her young daughter, even as her activism propels her into a horrifying labyrinth of insecurity after she is forced into living on the run and detained multiple times, excluded from the Alawite community and renounced by her family, her hometown and even her childhood friends. With rare empathy and journalistic prowess Samar Yazbek compiled oral testimonies from ordinary Syrians all over the country. Filled with snapshots of exhilarating hope and horrifying atrocities, she offers us a wholly unique perspective on the Syrian uprising. Hers is a modest yet powerful testament to the strength and commitment of countless unnamed Syrians who have united to fight for their freedom. These diaries will inspire all those who read them, and challenge the world to look anew at the trials and tribulations of the Syrian uprising.


Crossfire

Author by : Michel Azama
Languange : en
Publisher by : Bloomsbury Publishing
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Description : Ismail, Bella, Krim and Yonathon are teenagers. They quarrel, have sex, smoke joints, love, hate, kill and die in Bierut, Hiroshima, Ireland, Iraq, Bosnia... Crossfire is a heartstopping play about tumbling through the checkpoint of life and death warzones everywhere and at all times. Crossfire is a devastating indictment of the madness of war splashed on an epic canvas. This extraordinary play was first performed in English at the Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh.


Sustainability And The City

Author by : Lauren Curtright
Languange : en
Publisher by : Lexington Books
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Description : This book rethinks cities’ relationships to sustainable development from a cultural studies perspective with social justice as its goal. Chapter authors are optimistic that cities can achieve sustainability, but insist that cities will if participation in the effort is inclusive of all groups.


Society Law And Living Together

Author by : Henrik H. Andrup
Languange : en
Publisher by : Unknown
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Informality Through Sustainability

Author by : Antonino Di Raimo
Languange : en
Publisher by : Routledge
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Description : Informality through Sustainability explores the phenomenon of informality within urban settlements and aims to unravel the subtle links between informal settlements and sustainability. Penetrating its global profile and considering urban informality through an understanding of local implications, the authors collectively reveal specific correlations between sites and their local inhabitants. The book opposes simplistic calls to legalise informal settlements or to view them as ‘problems’ to be solved. It comes at a time when common notions of ‘informality’ are being increasingly challenged. In 25 chapters, the book presents contributions from well-known scholars and practitioners whose theoretical or practical work addresses informality and sustainability at various levels, from city planning and urban design to public space and architectural education. Whilst previous studies on informal settlements have mainly focused on cases in developing countries, approaching the topic through social, cultural and material dimensions, the book explores the concept across a range of contexts, including former Communist countries and those in the so-called Global North. Contributions also explore understandings of informality at various scalar levels – region, precinct, neighbourhood and individual building. Thus, this work helps reposition informality as a relational concept at various scales of urbanisation. This book will be of great benefit to planners, architects, researchers and policymakers interested in the interplay between informality and sustainability.


Theology Of Time Abridged Indexed By Subject

Author by : Elijah Muhammad
Languange : en
Publisher by : Elijah Muhammad Books.com
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Description : The Theology of Time is a 20 lecture book presented by Elijah Muhammad, Messenger of Allah. It was a dedication to what had become the Nation of Islam's official headquarters. It was known as Muhammad Temple #2 in Chicago. The lecture series ranged from June thru October 1972. What made this dedication very significant is that prior to this time, dating as far back as 1967, the Messenger rarely spoke on the scale he had previous to this time. It wasn't uncommon to either hear him on radio broadcasts or one of his ministers. Having been prohibited to speak by Allah up to this point, this represented a significant occasion. Elijah Muhammad covered a wide and comprehensive overview of his entire program, concepts and lessons. This is by far the most wide ranging example of his teaching. Many of the subjects he taught was scattered over the entire period, which is why in this subject-indexed version, the subjects were put together instead of leaving them scattered.


Sylvia Day Crossfire Series Four Book Collection

Author by : Sylvia Day
Languange : en
Publisher by : Penguin UK
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Description : THE MULTI-MILLION BESTSELLING CROSSFIRE SERIES - OVER 18 MILLION COPIES SOLD WORLDWIDE Experience the passion of Eva and Gideon's romance in the first four intensely sensual Crossfire novels : Bared to You, Reflected in You, Entwined with You, and the hotly anticipated number one bestselling Captivated by You. Bared to You Gideon Cross came into my life like lightning in the darkness - beautiful and brilliant, jagged and white hot. I was drawn to him as I'd never been to anything or anyone in my life. The bonds of his love transformed me, even as I prayed that the torment of our pasts didn't tear us apart . . . Reflected in You Gideon Cross was a bright, scorching flame that singed me with the darkest of pleasures. I couldn't stay away. He was my addiction. my every desire. We were bound by our need. And our passion would take us beyond our limits to the sweetest, sharpest edge of obsession. Entwined with You No one knows how much Gideon risked for me. How much I'd been threatened, or just how dark and desperate the shadow of our pasts would become. Entwined by our secrets, we tried to defy the odds. We made our own rules and surrendered completely to the exquisite power of possession . . . Captivated by You Gideon calls me his angel, but he's the miracle in my life. The vows we'd exchanged should have bound us tighter than blood and flesh. Instead they opened up old wounds, exposed pain and insecurities, and lured bitter enemies out of the shadows. We faced a terrible choice: the familiar safety of the lives we'd had before each other or the fight for a future that suddenly seemed an impossible and hopeless dream...


Kashmir In Conflict

Author by : Victoria Schofield
Languange : en
Publisher by : I.B. Tauris
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Description : Drawing upon research in the state of Jammu and Kashmir, India, Pakistan, and a range of historical sources, Schofield analyses critically the actions of the key players who, throughout its history, have contributed to the current militarization of the valley.


Caught In The Crossfire

Author by : Anne van Arragon Hutten
Languange : en
Publisher by : Mokeham Publishing Inc
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Description : The Dutch in Wartime, Survivors Remember is a series of books containing the memories of Dutch immigrants to Canada and the USA, who lived through the occupation of the Netherlands in World War II. Book 7, Caught in the crossfire, covers the experiences of civilians living in the area where Allied paratroopers landed during Operation Market Garden. The towns and villages in which they live have become the battlefield. They are bombed, shelled and shot at. But despite the danger and destruction, they welcome their liberators and help them where they can.


Vendetta

Author by : Frank Dirscherl
Languange : en
Publisher by : Lulu.com
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Total Read : 82
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Description : After having been betrayed by crime boss Robert Latham,and defeated by The Wraith,Crossfire has returned to cause mayhem and carnage at every turn. His ultimate aim? The utter destruction of all his enemies, and he doesn't care who gets in his way. Can The Wraith bring this deadly villain to justice, while being caught in the middle of a savage gang war? And who is causing the widespread depression in Metro City?Vendetta, #5 in this amazing series, will excite and thrill you as never before, courtesy master storyteller Frank Dirscherl.


Gates Of Hell Crossfire

Author by : Stephen L. Thompson
Languange : en
Publisher by : Stephen L. Thompson
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Description : Mark answers God's call to take the fight to the enemy in the demonic domain of hell. To totally destroy a specific sub-realm down to its atoms, Mark eventually has to trigger a nuclear weapon, while he, Sarah, and half of the SOG Team Members are still in that sub-realm. Death is in the air as all hell breaks loose! A new evil rises from the ashes of the Iranian government with the potential to destroy every Jewish person in the world in one non-nuclear strike. The Kidon, the assassin division of the Israeli Mossad, are unable to stop the attack. The Crossfire Team joins with the Kidon and leads a joint team defense to protect Israel by battling both human and demonic enemies.


Hold On

Author by : Alan Gibbons
Languange : en
Publisher by : Hachette UK
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Description : When Annie returns from an extended stay in Canada, she discovers that her friend, John, has killed himself. Annie is devastated by his death and is determined to confront those she believes responsible - a group of boys from her school, who bullied John mercilessly in the months before he died. But Annie's parents and friends don't share her wish to bring the boys to justice. She finds herself treading a lonely path - and soon discovers that nothing is straightforward. She is helplessly attracted to one of the boys, and when she reads John's diary, it's clear that they weren't the only ones to cause him so much unhappiness... Alan tells John's story in an unsentimental and compassionate novel, but he also tells Annie's story which is as much about moving on and looking forward to the future, as about the tragic waste of a young life.


Guns And Yellow Roses

Author by : Sankarshan Thakur
Languange : en
Publisher by : Unknown
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Description : Not A Flag-Waving Exercise, But A Critical Look At The Kargil War Contributors Include Rahul Bedi, Bharat Bhushan, Sunanda K. Datta Ray, Sankarshan Thakur Among Many Others.


Art In The Crossfire

Author by : Abdul Shokoor Khusrawy
Languange : en
Publisher by : Xlibris Us
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Description : Abdul Shokoor Khusrawy developed a passion for art at age seven while recovering from a broken femur bone in his right leg, which was in a cast for more than two years in Kabul, Afghanistan. He discovered that he was not going to fully recover and walk normally, and he was diagnosed and declared as a disabled person for the rest of his life.Shokoor at the age of seven was supposed to enroll in first grade, but instead he was in and out of the hospitals for two years. He eventually got a little better and entered school at the age of nine, but not without first going through repeated rejections because of his age.Shokoor was about to graduate from high school when Afghanistan was invaded by the USSR. The atrocities of the brutal invasion of the USSR led to a massive refugee influx and mass murder of Afghan civilians. Soon, Afghanistan turned into a battle zone, marked as the darkest chapter of the Afghan recent history. The United Nations and the NATO got involved in bringing peace to Afghanistan; but after decades of trying they eventually realized that the Afghans oppose any sort of foreign interference, fighting the puppet government of Afghanistan and the NATO forces simultaneously. Millions have lost their lives; cities and villages are in ruins. Fear, anxiety, financial hardships, health crises, and chaos continue to threaten the lives of Afghans. Shokoor, as a young yet vulnerable young man, has developed a passion for painting while witnessing these horrors, and he started to draw and paint these events, many images of which are very disturbing.While the war was going on, most schools around the capital city of Kabul were open on and off and were sometimes hit by bullets and rockets. Yet students continued to go to school, risking their lives by being only a bullet away from being killed. Shokoor was among them. He eventually graduated and was enrolled to Kabul University, where every student was living their lives day by day, not knowing whether or not they would make it to school the next day.Shokoor was interested in marrying someone whom he loved, but he was going through financial hardship and had to finish school. He found a job working after school at a construction site to cover his expenses, buy art supplies, and bring food to the table for his new bride who was a housemaker without any educational background. Once, while Shokoor was digging at the base of a building, one of his coworkers accidentally hit Shokoor in the side with a pick mattock, which punctured his kidney. He was taken to a hospital while he was unconscious. He had to stay home for a while to recover while going through financial hardship. However, the newlywed was happy to be alive.War was intensifying around Kabul, and Shokoor as a new graduate had just gotten a new job at the National Gallery and later on at Kabul Museum, not knowing that he was going to be stuck for a week inside the museum while the militants were fighting each other right outside the museum at Darul-Aman, Kabul.A week later Shokoor managed to get home, and he was happy to see his wife. Soon they packed and left their beloved home and sought refuge in the neighboring country of Pakistan, only to find out that they were going to be further devastated. They later return to Kabul hoping to rebuild their shattered lives, not knowing that they were returning to the ruined city where his wife would die during childbirth. Shokoor saw no other choice but to endure, persevere, and stay alive. He left Afghanistan and came to America for safety and a better life, away from fear and wars.Shokoor is one of the luckiest people to get out of a war zone and come to America, where he had hopes and dreams of establishing a new life and make a difference in people''s lives through his art and story. His art exhibition in the US had received great awards and recognitions. Some of his paintings were displayed at the Museum of the Sun City in Arizona. Next, Shokoor wanted to open an art gallery and an art class; he wanted to teach others about art in order to build bridges and bring people together. After a long journey, Shokoor and his five children finally settled in America. They hope to become productive contributors to their community.


Art Directors In Cinema

Author by : Michael L. Stephens
Languange : en
Publisher by : McFarland
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Description : Often forgotten among the actors, directors, producers and others associated with filmmaking, art directors are responsible for making movies visually appealing to audiences. As such they sometimes make the difference between a hit and a bomb. This biographical dictionary includes not only the world’s great and almost-great artists, but the unjustly neglected film designers of the past and present. Among the more than 300 art directors and designers are pioneers from silent films, designers from Hollywood and Europe’s Golden Ages, Asian figures, post–Golden Age personalities, leaders of the European and American New Waves, and many contemporary designers. Each entry consists of biographical information, an analysis of the director’s career and important films, and an extensive filmography including mentions of Academy Award nominations and winners.


Crossfire

Author by : Jon Keys
Languange : en
Publisher by : Totally Entwined Group (USA+CAD)
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Description : Murder, kidnapping and a disappearance. Trooper Rick Anthis could use a break. But he hopes it isn't too late in coming. Rick Anthis, a forty-five-year-old veteran of the Colorado State Police and his husband, Gabriel Thorkelson, a deputy sheriff in a nearby county, enjoy the peace of their suburban Boulder home, but the neighborhood's tranquility is shattered by three rapid-fire gunshots. The pair's quick reaction allows Rick to witness the abduction of his eight-year-old buddy Jacob, by his father. In their quest to find the boy, the clues are sparse and time is of the essence since Jacob is diabetic, a condition Gabriel is far too familiar with. A search of the father's apartment yields nothing more than an old hiking map that narrows the search down to a few hundred square miles. Rick and his CSI team are on the hunt, but with every bit of progress they make, it seems they are thwarted, especially when Gabriel turns up missing.


Living Vertically

Author by : John Neal Brittain
Languange : en
Publisher by : CSS Publishing
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Description : John N. Brittain is the Chaplain at the University of Evansville in Evansville, Indiana. A magna cum laude graduate of Brown University, he has also earned degrees from Methodist Theological School in Delaware, Ohio (M.Div.) and St. Mary's Seminary and University in Baltimore, Maryland (D.Min.). Brittain has led mission projects in the urban U.S., Mexico, Central and South America, the Caribbean, Russia, and Africa. He is the author of The Backside Of God (CSS).


Living In A Gray World

Author by : Zondervan,
Languange : en
Publisher by : Zondervan
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Description : In today’s world, the topic of homosexuality seems to be part of daily conversation in the media, in politics, and even inside churches, with pressure to accept one view or the other. And if you’re a Christian teen, you may feel overwhelmed by the opinions. New York Times bestselling author Dr. Preston Sprinkle has encountered these same questions, and as a theologian and a college professor he has dealt with these issues firsthand. Through honest conversation, real-life examples, and biblical research, Dr. Sprinkle unpacks what we can know to be true, and how Scripture’s overall message to us today allows us to move forward and find answers that align with God’s intent. Living in a Gray World explores with readers: Homosexuality and other related issues, such as what it means to identify as transgender and intersex What the Bible says about homosexuality How to cultivate a heart for people Dr. Sprinkle shares biblical truth and compassion about this important topic. This book isn't just for straight students, it's for all students looking for information and guidance. Living in a Gray World is also an educational book that parents can read and discuss with their children.


Living And Dying In The Contemporary World

Author by : Veena Das
Languange : en
Publisher by : Univ of California Press
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Description : Taking a novel approach to the contradictory impulses of violence and care, illness and healing, this book radically shifts the way we think of the interrelations of institutions and experiences in a globalizing world. Living and Dying in the Contemporary World is not just another reader in medical anthropology but a true tour de force—a deep exploration of all that makes life unbearable and yet livable through the labor of ordinary people. This book comprises forty-four chapters by scholars whose ethnographic and historical work is conducted around the globe, including South Asia, East Asia, Latin America, Africa, the Middle East, Europe, and the United States. Bringing together the work of established scholars with the vibrant voices of younger scholars, Living and Dying in the Contemporary World will appeal to anthropologists, sociologists, health scientists, scholars of religion, and all who are curious about how to relate to the rapidly changing institutions and experiences in an ever more connected world.


Caught In The Crossfire

Author by : Nichole Severn
Languange : en
Publisher by : Harlequin
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Description : Her husband doesn’t remember her. When Kate Monroe’s deceased husband suddenly appears, the profiler can’t believe her eyes. Declan Monroe has lost all of his memories, and Kate is struggling to figure out how to respond after finally overcoming her grief and moving forward. But with a killer targeting Kate, the pair will have to work together to outwit The Hunter in his murderous game…and find their way back to each other.


Masonry Heaters

Author by : Ken Matesz
Languange : en
Publisher by : Chelsea Green Publishing
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Description : A complete guide to designing and living with one of the oldest, and yet one of the newest, heating devices. A masonry heater's design, placement in the home, and luxurious radiant heat redefines the hearth for the modern era, turning it into a piece of the sun right inside the home. The book discusses different masonry heater designs, including variations extant in Europe, and explains the growth of their popularity in the US beginning in the 1970s. Masonry heaters offer a unique comfort that is superior to that from convection heat from forced-air systems, and more personal than that offered by "radiant" floors. Professional contractors will find this a useful tool to consult,. Home-owners considering a new method of home heating will find all they need to know about masonry heaters and their durability, quality, serviceability, and health-supporting features as a viable investment in self-sufficiency and freedom from fossil fuels.


Crossfire

Author by : Alex Strong
Languange : en
Publisher by : Unknown
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Description : Career on hold and living with her father, life has not gone as Jillian Sandro planned. But she knows it's just another bump in the road and keeps moving forward. When a running accident leads to a chance encounter with an intoxicating and intimidating neighbor, Jillian wonders if this is a chance for a brighter beginning. As a secret operative, Reid Jackson avoids intimate relationships like the plague. Having a girlfriend would be like having a third arm, while they may be useful now and then, both would just get in the way. Yet when Jillian stumbles into his arms, literally, Reid can't deny the attraction. Could being neighborly really cause that much harm? When Jillian gets caught in the crossfire, she learns just how dangerous Reid's world can be. And that he may not be the only one lying to her.


Living By Bread Alone

Author by : James Coleman
Languange : en
Publisher by : iUniverse
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Description : God never intended for man to live by bread alone. In this book, Living by Bread Alone, the reader will discover that it takes more than physical bread alone to live the abundant life that God planned for mankind. In Living by bread alone, James K. Coleman defines the different kinds of people: natural man, the ordinary believer, and the uncommon believer, and he also shows the proper place of bread in man's life. The reader will learn: how to live by the words of God, how to live by faith and what are the tools that make faith work effectively.


Caught In The Crossfire

Author by : Levi O. Keidel
Languange : en
Publisher by : G K Hall & Company
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Total Read : 21
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Description : When Zaire erupts in civil war, three Christians must face the consequences of their response as they are attacked in their homes and ordered to speak contrary to their beliefs.