by Josef Ben-Eliezer
Publisher: The Plough Publishing House 1999
Number of pages: 94
In a world that is increasingly torn by violence, hatred, injustice and war, is there an answer to the need of humanity? This is a fascinating account of survival against all odds, but it is more than that -- the story of one man's search for the answers to the questions that in one way or other face us all.
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Hypatia has been the subject of much mythmaking through the centuries. She's the subject of poetry, plays, novels and movies. These articles pull back the curtain and let the reader see the real Hypatia. She needs no embellishments to her story.
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