By Sima Linson

In early 1929, Shabtai and Naomi Levy escaped from the small city of Cizre, Turkey. With a two-month-old child and Shabtai’s mom, they journeyed walking to Jerusalem. Illegally crossing Jacob’s Ford Bridge over the Jordan River from Syria to Palestine, they finally reached Jerusalem. There, they raised 13 little ones whereas surviving struggle and problem. Their saga highlights love, religion, desire, and such a lot of all, the occasion of lifestyles.

This is their tale of affection, braveness, perseverance, and sacrifice as advised via their 12th baby as she gathered from the stories and reflections in their children.

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