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When the German-Jewish Eitan and the American-Arab Wahida happen to meet in the library of New York, they fall in love instantly. But is their relationship likely to succeed against the backdrop of the decades-long Israeli-Arab conflict? Or are they a contemporary version of the “star crossed lovers” that Romeo and Juliet were to Shakespeare?

Eitan's family carries the memory of the Holocaust with them. For his father, the Arab world is out for the total destruction of Israel. Therefore, he cannot live with his son's choice of an Arab woman. Things are turned upside down when Eitan is seriously injured in a bomb attack by a suicide bomber in Israel.




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