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  • Brooke Riggs

    Blood Brothers: A great book that opens your eyes to another side.

  • Wilmington College Cincinnati

    BLOOD BROTHERS by Archbishop Elias Chacour

  • Aunt Nae D.

    A must read to understand the challenges in the middle east

  • Extraordinary People

    Meet the extraordinary Archbishop of Akko, Haifa, Nazareth and All Galilee of the Melkite Greek Catholic Church, the largest Christian community in Israel, Elias Michael Chacour. Most famous for his work in uniting Israelites and Arabs. He is also the founder of the Mar Elias High School. "We want to live in the present time doing our task and preparing a future, not alone — but, rather, Jews and Palestinians together". Elias Chacour http://www.thextraordinary.org/elias-chacour

  • Joan Tilson

    Blood Brothers by Eliaz Chacour. It will change the way you look at the middle east forever.

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