Press Release: The Cross of Bethlehem II—Back in Bethlehem
Recognized Refugee Becomes Political Prisoner of Bolivia
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New memoir goes inside Christian captain’s time in Israel Defense Force
The Cross of Bethlehem II: Back in Bethlehem by Ro’i Tov portrays the struggle of being a Christian Israeli military officer and the subsequent persecution
LA PAZ, Bolivia – The Cross of Bethlehem II: Back in Bethlehem by Roi Tov seeks to reveal life in Israel as a Christian Israel Defense Force (IDF) officer—from human rights violations to the use of an extensive network of underground agents. The Cross of Bethlehem II: Back in Bethlehem centers on his recognition as a refugee and his subsequent definition as political prisoner of Bolivia.
Tov grew up as an outsider in the tight-knit kibbutz along the Jordan Valley. In The Cross of Bethlehem II: Back in Bethlehem, Tov seeks to share how he was caught between staying steadfast in his Christian faith and remaining obedient to his country’s military. Caught in a military that challenges his spiritual and moral beliefs, Tov achieved the rank of captain while serving in the IDF. When he left Israel and threatened to disclose the details of what he’s witnessed to the world, Tov became a refugee, traveling to Thailand, China, the United States and Bolivia, where he became first a refugee, and afterwards a political prisoner.
“There are no other works about Israel from a Christian angle and by an IDF officer,” says Tov. “Israel is in the news daily, and I believe my book gives a refreshing view on the events occurring in Israel.”
The Cross of Bethlehem II: Back in Bethlehem is available for sale online at Amazon.com, Kindle and other channels.
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