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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Sarah Blake
she writes with tenderness of the friendship that grows between Frankie and Emma, and the moment when Iris the postmistress judges that it is time that the doctor's widow should read his last letter, sitting within the warm circle of the friends who knew them both.
She also tells the story of the little boy who is her neighbor and who runs out of a bomb shelter crying for his mother and finds she has been killed in their wrecked home.