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WinePress Publishing Announces New Novel that Unveils Messianic Youth Culture in Israel

Debut novel recounts the challenges and victories of young Jewish believers amid their army service and the Palestinian conflict.

Contact: Josiah Williams, WinePress Publishing, 360-802-9758, publicity@winepresspublishing.com

ENUMCLAW, Wash., Sept. 20, 2011 /Christian Newswire/ -- WinePress Publishing is pleased to announce their partnership with author Theodorah Villion for the release of Your Sons O Zion. This novel provides a glimpse of the challenges which believers in Yeshua face in today's Israel. The realities of the conflict in the Middle East are vividly portrayed through the experience of young Israelis.

Taken from true accounts, the story introduces readers to Jewish culture, uniquely dispelling the misconceptions about the Israeli mentality towards war and killing.

Woven through this fascinating book lies a compelling love story between the handsome Israeli pilot, Daniel, and a beautiful soldier girl. While grappling to overcome her insecurities and an eating disorder, Ester is confronted with issues surrounding her friends, such as an unmarried pregnancy and abortion. Daniel has his own battles, one being to execute targeted assassinations from an attack helicopter. Emotional and eye-opening, readers will discover the real motives and gallant hearts behind the obligation to defend the nation of Israel against terrorism.

As Ester and Daniel experience the ups and downs of their budding relationship, a conflict emerges between their strong romantic attraction and their godly convictions. Will they succeed to develop a relationship based on trust and respect?

Your Sons O Zion portrays the life-altering choices young Israeli adults contend with, in the midst of the political and social complexities in Israel.

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