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Stay tuned :. Jump to. Sections of this page. Accessibility Help. Remove To help personalize content, tailor and measure ads, and provide a safer experience, we use cookies. By clicking or navigating the site, you agree to allow our collection of information on and off Facebook through cookies. Feeling certain that their life together is willed by God, they expect spiritual approval and permission for their engagement to be a formality when they seek it from the Rosh Yeshiva.

Heartbroken when permission is denied the young couple split and whilst Yair continues to live in Jerusalem and follow the Orthodox faith, Shlomtzion flees both her homeland and her faith eventually settling in New York. Haunted by the break up, years later the couple's paths are destined to cross again in the most unlikely way. Whilst being a close and detailed account of Shlomotzion's life blighted by love and sorrow, the life, the land, the faith and the politics weave in and out of this story too.

Beautifully written and translated from Hebrew by David Hazony, and I have emerged furnished with what feels like a balanced view on life in Israel. Through the vehicle of what is ostensibly a love story, Emuna Elon traverses the tricky historical period from the Six Day War to the assassination of Yitzhak Rabin with a surprisingly even-handed approach for one who lives in a settlement, presenting the arguments on both the Jewish and the Palestinian sides through several of her characters.

Extremist views are carefully leavened probably the wrong word in the circumstances but describes perfectly with arguments for peace. Whilst the emphasis is determinedly and inevitably Israeli she doesn't let this cloud her judgement and I sensed Emuna Elon striving hard for balance and pragmatism in her approach. But really I have to add, what do I know? This is such difficult political territory and, current reading aside, I knew precious little about it beyond that provided by the media here in the UK, barely enough to form an opinion one way or the other.

Returning to the sources of the conflict albeit via fiction has been both informative and enlightening and I feel I have certainly gleaned a greater understanding of why this is all such a powder keg. But underneath it all that awareness remains, that same human condition, the soul that struggles to survive and grow no matter where you place it. Thursday, February 14, Permalink.

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