A River of Tears, the River of Hope
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A River of Tears, the River of Hope
The Saga of two torah scrolls
Published:
12/17/2013
Format:
Perfect Bound Softcover
Pages:
154
Size:
6x9
ISBN:
978-1-49183-492-3
Print Type:
B/W
A River of Tears The River of Hope centers on the saga of the Two Torah Scrolls, and of an fluent and thriving community living peacefully for 2600 years until World War II and the events of Nazism, anti-Semitism and hatred took place in the ancient region known as the Cradle of Civilization, or modern days Iraq. The creation of Iraq by the British installed an unsuccessful attempt at Monarchy. The results were staggering and ultimately ended in the displacement of an entire community to Israel and the first settlement of the community in this newly created State. A River of Tears The River of Hope follows the enchanting and fascinating Murad family. The Murad family brought to Israel a proud heritage to share with the world including the two Torah Scrolls of their beloved father and grandfather, Rabbi Ezra Murad. Rabbi Murad’s two Torah Scrolls traveled with the family to Israel, where he was rightfully recognized as an important and impactful role models. His name shined within the community in Baghdad, and his memory and the valuable Two Torah Scrolls continued to stand out in Israel. While settling in Israel the Murad family showed us the most valuable elements of hope, drive, and determination as they continued to thrive in Israel and Canada. They continued to believe in their abilities to succeed. Indeed, as their lives changed and they relocated, the Murad family always maintained focus and the belief in their ability to survive and flourish. A River of Tears The River of Hope will welcome readers into the history of the Murad family and their amazing journey from a world filled with oppression and tyranny, to one supported by acceptance and support.
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Orit Rehany has lived in four countries and experienced political adversities, where she had to pack up and move, adjust to new languages, cultures, new ways of life. Adapting and adopting, without losing hope. The beauty of her ancestors, their stories and wisdom enables us to learn through Orit experiences and the experiences of her family.The displacement of a thriving community, a functioning community, The illegal escape from Baghdad to Israel - to save innocent and young lives - the stories and experinces of The early settelment in Israel with braveness and boldnes is an example for all to follow. How can we turn a river of tears to a river of hope, depends on us only, in the most difficult situations of our lives we have inner strengh that we can use at any time or expecially at times of political adversities.
 
 


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