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From Elie Wiesel, Nobel laureate and author of Night, a charged, deeply moving novel about the legacy of the Holocaust in today’s troubled world and the ongoing Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
            It’s 1975, and Shaltiel Feigenberg—professional storyteller, writer and beloved husband—has been taken hostage: abducted from his home in Brooklyn, blindfolded and tied to a


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    Clif Hostetler

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    At this novel’s beginning we are introduced to Shaltiel Feigenberg who has been kidnapped and is being held hostage. The year is 1975, and as the story progresses we learn through flashbacks that Shaltiel is a holocaust survivor. Also, the book contains long dialogs between Shaltiel and his captors that provides a bit of an insight into to the motives of members of militant political action groups.

    Shaltiel was snatched off the streets by two members of the Palestinian Revolutionary Action Group,

    Shaltiel was snatched off the streets by two members of the Palestinian Revolutionary Action Group, a fictional terrorist organization. His captors are demanding the release of three Palestinian prisoners in exchange for Feigenberg’s freedom. They also demand that he sign a “voluntary” declaration condemning the Jewish state for all crimes “committed against the unfortunate Palestinians”.

    The irony is that Shaltiel is neither famous or rich. He was selected at random on the theory that any Jew will do. The Palestinian prisoners that his captors are demanding to be released are in Israeli prisons. Needless to say, their demands were not acted upon. Thus through most of the book it is inferred that the hostage will need to be killed. The conversations between them as recorded in this novel are thus between the murder victim-to-be and the murderers-to-be. (view spoiler)

    The following statement by one of the kidnappers now appears to be insightfully prophetic for a story set in the 70s (but not so insightful for the book since it was published in 2010):

    I feel close to the Palestinian cause because it pushes rational terrorism across uncharted frontiers. …. The day is not far off when suicide terrorism will be global.

    There’s a lot of material to ponder in this book regarding the exploration of hostage psychology. For survivors of political terror, Wiesel’s message remains emphatic: there is hope and strength in memory–never forget. The book does discuss political chains of violence, however the Palestinian point of view is not treated with much insight or sympathy.
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