• Historical fiction
      February 2017

      From the Nile to the Jordan

      by Ada Aharoni

      From the Nile to the Jordan is a historical novel about mid-twentieth century Egypt and Israel. It relates the tragic events of the Second Exodus and the uprooting of the Jewish community from Egypt after the establishment of Israel in 1948.

    • Historical fiction
      November 2017

      The Woman in White: An Extraordinary Life

      by Ada Aharoni

      This is a book about the remarkable life of Thea Woolf, the Head Nurse of the Jewish Hospital in Alexandria, Egypt, during World War II. She depicts how Muslim Egyptians helped Egyptian Jews save Jewish refugees during World War II, instilling hope to co-

    • Peace studies & conflict resolution
      July 2001

      WOMEN: Creating A World Beyond War and Violence

      by Ada Aharoni

      There is no greater challenge in the world today than living in peace, respect and harmony with one's neighbors, women instinctively know this. Among the various subjects covered in this new book is the description of corporate activity by Jewish and Arab/Palestinian Women for Peace in the Middle-East. The book reveals women's struggle and demands for abolishing violence against them and their demand for equal rights. Ada Aharoni is a poet, writer, and professor. Born in Egypt, she now lives in Israel. She has published 34 books that have won her international acclaim.

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