"David Horovitz brings his eloquent voice and piercing witness to depicting the plight and persistence of Israel during the second Intifada. For those of us in the common-sense center, those of us who believed peace was imminent at Camp David and have been harrowed by the terrorism that followed, this book offers a vital dose of painful wisdom and realistic, tempered hope."
–Samuel G. Freedman, author of Jew vs. Jew
"David Horovitz possesses the most insightful and most articulate voice coming out of the Middle East today. His book is simultaneously realistic and hopeful and deserves to be read and heeded."
–Harold S. Kushner, author, When Bad Things Happen to Good People