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I am left looking for ways to contribute, no longer hiding behind the excuses of being just one, being overwhelmed by the enormity. Read morePublished 13 months ago by PEARLA D. WALL
I had the delightful experience of meeting the Author yesterday, having just read the compelling and poignant story. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Marion E. Scoular
Great Work! I enjoyed reading all about Pat's experience in the refugee camps in Jordan and the inspiring story of Leila Wahbeh and her devotion to help her Palestinian People in... Read morePublished on April 26, 2013 by maa
This book opens your eyes to conditions of the palestinian people. Everyone should read it, I highly recommend it.
Anyone who watches the news knows that the world is full of problems. If you just focus on that, there is no way that you can ever have hope or think that things can improve. Read morePublished on January 21, 2013 by Cyrus Webb
This book opened my eyes to the lives of Palestinians still suffering in refugee camps.
Living in Jordan for a time, the author sought the primary sources of quality textile... Read more
Award winning author Patricia Martin Holt describes the work of Leila Wahbeh among the Palestinian refugee camps north of Ammon, Jordan. Read morePublished on December 22, 2012 by Richard R. Blake
This little book puts a new light on the Israeli/Palestinian dilemma and showcases an amazing woman.
A quick and easy read.
A review of A Committee on One.
I liked it! I thought the stories of the palestinians were enlightening. Leila is a wonder. More Americans should read it.