This is the latest installment of short fiction in a modern Israeli setting based on the Torah reading. This story is loosely based on the Biblical story of Dina being abducted by Shechem.
Kobi thinks he is leaving Israel to backpack around the world but he is called upon to perform a difficult and dangerous mission: to impersonate an Arab businessman in the United Arab Emirates in order to pave the way for a future peace agreement with Israel. Though written as a spy novel, the Biblically minded will recognize the characters, the plot, and the Divine hand that guided Kobi back home.
A short story describing a Jewish farmer struggles to make the desert bloom in the face of Arab hatred and European anti-Semitism in the guise of political activism.
A short story based on the weekly Torah portion tells of Avraham, an old Yemenite Jew, who comes to pray at the Cave of the Patriarchs. He meets a group of Emirati businessmen who have come to the holy site for the very same reason. A product of political progress, the men discover that the Abraham Accords are bringing a prophetic reality that emanates from the ancient cave.