<em>Bridge of Comprehension</em> touches on issues raised every day in our news headlines and in our homes. It explores if religious, cultural, and personal divisions can be overcome by understanding and tolerance.
Albert Mordechai traveled from Israel and landed in the United States of America in 1979. Brooklyn, New York, was his playground as he started to build a loving family while he pioneered his businesses.
As a loyal patriot to his homeland, Israel, he was troubled with the Israeli-Arab conflict that continued for many years in history as blood from both sides has been shed unnecessarily. As a man that values life from all sides, Albert found himself very passionate about writing a story that is very compelling and touching about both sides of the Israeli-Arab conflict. He believes that all bloodshed will stop as soon as everyone realizes the truth about terror attacks and how they will never lead to peace, love, and unity. But willingness to understand each other and above all, to value life of all sides, will bring the sides closer and to a better place.
Albert is driven by his strong will and desire to effect the world in a positive way that will make Arabs and Jews develop a deep peace with themselves and honor what God has planned for everyone—equality, love, goodwill, and banishing the way of terror from the face of the earth once and for all.
This is Albert’s second book. You can check out Albert’s first book, Bridge of Comprehension at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, iTunes, Google Play, Kobo, and any bookstore internationally.
Family harmony reigned in Brooklyn among Amir, his wife, Amanda, and her parents, Mahmoud and Michelle, despite their different religious upbringings. All of that changed when Amir was called back to his homeland of Israel to help secure a warehouse full of chemical weapons held by a Syrian militia that threatened to wreak havoc on the Holy Land. Suddenly, Mahmoud could no longer talk to Amir without having a panic attack, Amanda's extended family bitterly criticized her choice of mate, and Amanda herself wondered if she could stay in a marriage with a man that was ready and willing to defend his country at any time. Would Amir live to reconcile the ruptures in his family or die valiantly on the battlefield? Could Mahmoud have a change of heart and grow out of his racist attitudes towards Israelis? Is it even possible for Jews, Muslims, and Christians to share our planet in peace? Bridge of Comprehension touches on issues raised every day in our news headlines and our own homes, exploring how religious, cultural, and personal divisions can be overcome by mutual understanding and tolerance. Follow this intriguing novel from the New York City basement where jihadists plan bomb attacks to the corner of Syria where chemical warfare threatens to erupt and find out how peace could possibly break out in our world.