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Tales From Gulu by Camille Khairallah
This book is a summary of what it is like to visit Gulu, Uganda through CVAP (Concordia Volunteer Abroad Program) and it is dedicated to past, present and future participants of the program. It reflects my personal opinion on what I have experienced in Acholiland and helps the reader imagine what it is like to live in such an environment. This book is not only dedicated for CVAPers per se, anybody who will or did travel to [...]
 
kaffertjie - a love story by Johan Engelbrecht
'kaffertjie - a love story' - Johan Engelbrecht - English translation by Jocelyn Broderick - Winner of the 2007 Jan Rabie/Rapport Award for fresh, new Afrikaans Literature. "The 2007 Jan Rabie / Rapport Prize was awarded to Johan Engelbrecht, for his debut work, 'kaffertjie.' Engelbrecht was commended for his contribution to renewal in Afrikaans literature. Says Dr Andries Visagie from the University of KwaZulu/Natal and a [...]
 
Brown Scarf Blues by Mois Benarroch
WINNER OF THE YEHUDA AMICHAI PRIZE "KAFKA'S HEIR, PERHAPS." Reeling from the deaths of two loved ones, an Israeli writer travels to Spain--his ancestors' homeland--for a conference of Sephardic Jews. In Seville, he finds a scarf that comforts him for thirteen days. Then, just as suddenly, it vanishes in Madrid. For the writer, the scarf becomes a symbol of loss: of goodbyes to things and people. He says farewell to the dead, [...]
 
Kill Daddy by Gerald Freeman
Trauma from the past becomes a part of who you are. It weighs down on the present, suffocating life and preventing you from healing and moving on. If you continue to carry this baggage around long enough, you will eventually become who you are not. Believe in the essential goodness of your true self, however, and you will accept the past, but let go of the burden and finally become the real you. This is the story of one man's [...]
 
Left Side Shadow of the Sun by Ife Fyne-Nsofor
Left Side Shadow of the Sun is a novel that documents the memoirs of a girl who was once abducted to serve as a soldier with the Northern Ugandan rebels, the LRA. It is a compelling tale of integrity, and faith, that tugs nostalgically at the human need for the preservation of a freedom from fear itself rather than the elements that one is afraid of. Left Side Shadow of the Sun introduces cultures within cultures, the fresh [...]
 
The Heroine Next Door by Zeena Nackerdien
*An inspiring tale of the hope and despair of being a Muslim in post-9/11 - America. this is a story of one woman's journey in apartheid South Africa - and the United States of America.* Leila Hassan, a scientist, returns to a place that haunts her dreams - the - 9/11 memorial. Once upon a time she was a starry-eyed young woman, who - transcended her impoverished roots to pursue a dream of obtaining an - education in the [...]
 
The Helpers - Volume I by Suzanna E. Nelson
On the surface, Congo seems to be having the usual rebel conflict. Behind the scenes is a different story. "The Helpers" - a very powerful underground organization whose members include international businessmen and high priests are determined to maintain a stronghold on the natural resources of Congo. When American journalist, Jenny Osborne, and her photojournalist, John Spencer, arrive in Kinshasa to report on the rebel [...]
 
Hidden In Plain Sight by Karen Batshaw
As Nazis expand their domination of the European continent, nearly sixty thousand Greek Jews mistakenly believe they are safe. Anna, a young Jewess from Salonika, has gone to live in Athens. Trained as a doctor, Anna knows if the German army invades, she will no longer be allowed to practice medicine at the hospitals. With great anguish, Anna masks her faith and her vocation to live as a Christian and avoid arousing any [...]
 
Smiling in the Storm - 20 Moving Stories of AIDS Patients who Defied the Disease by James E. Mutumba
The AIDS victims themselves told these intriguing stories when they decided to go public. Their message communicates two very important secrets of living positively with AIDS, namely, the power of faith in God, through Jesus Christ and the benefit that an AIDS patient gets from belonging to a post HIV/AIDS-test club or organization. The stories are brought to the world to give people a glance at Uganda as the center of battle [...]
 
BANKRUPTING THE THIRD WORLD - How the Global Elite Drown Poor Nations in a Sea of Debt (The Underground Knowledge Series Book 6) by Lance Morcan
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Reconciled by Karel Van Canegem-Ardijns
After reading Reconciled, individuals will have a better understanding about mankind and see that we have done a lot of wrong. If you look at all the destruction man(kind) has visited upon this earth, the author believes we have to destroy man not like he was created by God, but by our monetary system. If we are able to change that system, Karel Van Canegem-Ardijns is certain we can end poverty as well. Do not mistake this [...]
 
My Life My Africa by Philén Naidu
Have you ever had the desire to just drop everything and follow your Heart? Philen Naidu did just that. Faced with a choice between risking it all on a dream, or dying with regrets of choosing the comfort zone instead, Naidu dropped out of university, strapped on his backpack, left his family and friends behind and set off into the deep and wild unknowns of REAL Africa, with nothing to rely on except the voice of his Heart. A [...]
 
The Lost White Tribes of Australia Part 1 - 1656 The First Settlement of Australia (Australia Discovered) by Henry Van Zanden
A small community, all as white as himself, he said about three hundred; that they lived in houses enclosed all together within a great wall to defend them from black men; that their father came here 170 years ago, ... from a distant land across the sea ... Lt Robert Dale 1832 Western Australia The story of The Lost White Tribes of Australia by Henry Van Zanden confirms longstanding rumours, never previously proven true, that [...]
 
History of The Jews and Israel by Saul Silas Fathi
Saul Silas Fathi was born to a prominent Jewish family in Baghdad, Iraq. At age 10 he and his younger brother were smuggled out of Baghdad through Iran and eventually reached Israel. He began writing his diary at age 11. Saul enrolled in the Israel Air force Academy of Aeronautics, a 4-year program, where he earned his High-School diploma and became certified in Electrical Engineering. In 1960 he came to the United States [...]
 
Israel's Anonymous Benefactor - A Developing Relationship by Anita Weiner
This book explores a century of the relatively unknown, but pivotal, role of American Jewry before, during and after the establishment of the State of Israel through the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee. The JDC (known affectionately in Hebrew as "The Joint") has, since 1914, invested tremendously in the social, economic and industrial development of Israel. From funding soup kitchens and digging wells to [...]
 
The Power of African Thinking - About Ubuntu, unifying leadership and a new world by Leontine van Hooft
About Ubuntu, unifying leadership and a new world.Is it a coincidence that recent leaders have African roots? Charismatic people like Nelson Mandela, Kofi Annan, Desmond Tutu, Paul Kagame and Barack Obama have been praised for their knowledge, vision, skills, unifying abilityand their thoroughness. These are leaders who focus on vision, courage, passion and compassion. They are builders, peacemakers and campaigners for equal [...]
 
Rasputin and The Jews - A Reversal of History by Delin Colón
This book is an account of Rasputin as a healer, equal rights activist and man of God, and why he was so vilified by the aristocracy that their libelous and slanderous rumors became accepted as history. For nearly a century, Grigory Rasputin, spiritual advisor to Russia's last Tsar and Tsarina, has been unjustly maligned simply because history is written by the politically powerful and not by the common man. A wealth of [...]
 
Airborne - The Infected by Joan L Sample
With Ebola in the forefront of the news since its Outbreak in 2014, People are more cautious when they travel some travel has been banned. People arriving from trips overseas are being check for symptoms of Ebola at the airports. Doctors' offices in areas where Ebola was once never heard of now have posters notifying people of the signs and symptoms of the infection. Many that have never thought of this deadly disease have [...]
 
Keys to Tetouan by Mois Benarroch
WINNER OF THE YEHUDA AMICHAI PRIZE . "KAFKA'S HEIR, PERHAPS." . "If I had a nomination vote for the nobel prize he'd be in the running." Klaus Gerken, Ygdrasil editor . . Keys to Tetouan is the novel of the Benzimra family and its infinite branches expanded all over the world. They are born in the city of Tetouan, Morocco and emigrate to Madrid, New York, Paris, the Amazons, Jerusalem, Greece, and wherever the wind takes [...]
 
My Life Sentences - A True Story by Elisha Chirchir
After being born to a family of 14 and losing 5 siblings - for reasons he himself did not understand, Elisha learned to take things as they came his way. From the darkest corners of East Africa (Kenya) to the electrified streets of the United States, he shares his vivid description of life as he transitioned from a young uneducated boy to an adult facing the challenges as a non-immigrant! From traditions you might have not [...]
 
The Expelled by Mois Benarroch
An unexpected encounter at the central bus station with a woman identical to the Expelled's wife but thirty years younger, who happens to be the same person. An adulterous relationship that is not quite what it seems. A bus hijacked by terrorists, where two castes are formed, one superior, the front people, and another inferior and oppressed, the back people that support and justify the oppressor. Books within books and an [...]
 
Sweet Inspiration - The Mack Holland Book of Inspiration, Poetry, and Song by Mack Holland
Sweet Inspiration: The Mack Holland Book of Inspiration, Poetry, and Song celebrates the spirit of God, encouraging the unity of all mankind and inspiring readers to take care of the health of their souls, bodies, and minds. By recognizing all that God has blessed us with, this book of inspiration, poetry, and song aims to help everyone take pride in themselves and others. About the Author - Mack Holland's writings reflect [...]
 
Orion's Cartwheel by Lawrence Winkler
In the summer of 1980, a maverick young doctor gave it all up, to hitchhike around the world. The first arc he carved with his thumb stopped a little red pickup that took him over the horizon. Like his mythical hunter companion, Orion, he was on a vision quest, propelled toward the dawn to have his sight restored. This is the story of that five-year odyssey to discover his Destiny.
 
We Have Got It All Wrong! Our Failed "Sick-Care System" by James R. Granger
Dr. Granger discusses the need to change our approach to health care. Obesity, Cancer, pharmaceuticals, the use of vaccines, medical marijuana and other controversial aspects of our current "health care" system are discussed. Dr. Granger also provides suggestions for improving individual health and our health care system as a whole. Many revealing facts about the pharmaceutical industry, the history and the practice of [...]
 
H2O Conspiracy (CLBB) by Robert C. Bofshever
September 11, 2001 will always be remembered as the day Al-Qaeda, an Islamic extremist group, brutally attacked the United States in a suicide mission, using four hijacked passenger airplanes. On that day two planes were flown into the World Trade Center in New York City completely destroying the Twin Towers, a third struck the Pentagon, and a fourth crashed into a field in Pennsylvania. Sadly over 3,000 people were killed [...]
 

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