He spent his early years with Fatah and Arafat (he really was his chauffeur), then he went to the States to get out of trouble. He married an American woman so he could stay in the US and then led an empty life, in a loveless marriage, striving after the "American Dream". But as I said, he's the guy who started a Messianic preschool in Jerusalem. How?!
Well, I'm only halfway through the book, but the L-rd pursued Tass until he gave His heart to the Jewish Messiah. In fact his friend who shared the Good News with him told him he had to love a Jew.
I don't want to tell you too much. Tass's story is filled with testimonies of how the L-rd used the dramatic and the not very dramatic experiences in to bring Him glory. If you're looking for an easy read that will encourage you in your walk and give you some insight into the Middle East, get 'Once an Arafat Man.' You'll have trouble keeping the story to yourself.
|Cassidy outside of her Gan, Jacob's Ladder|