Book Report 4 - Book Report #4 Innocent humans die every...

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Book Report #4 Innocent humans die every day for others evil deeds. Half those innocent humans are children under the age of eighteen. “Three Wishes Palestinian and Israeli Children Speak” by Deborah Ellis analyzes the war between Israel and Palestine that is still present to this day. As death toll rises, life expectancy decreases and fear exists that life in Palestine and Israel is approaching to extinction. Deborah Ellis writes a book in a documentary format, and surprisedly, she talks to children who explain how the choices of other people have made have affected their lives. Whenever we leave the settlement, we have to go in bullet-proof buses; otherwise we could be shot,” says Elisheva, 18. In addition, “ It is hard to have a normal life because we are always holding our breath to see who will be shot next,” says Mona, 11. Two quotes I have acquired from the book and there are many other quotes similar to the examples I displayed in the top of the paragraph. This book is filled with passions and sad stories. A lot of the stories spoken by the children of Palestine and Israeli are about
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This note was uploaded on 09/26/2010 for the course MATH 125 taught by Professor Richardgreen during the Spring '10 term at Aberystwyth University.

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