After "accidentally" reading the Old Testament, Mohammed has many questions about Jews. As there are only a handful left in his native Yemen, he begins to go abroad and meet them. The more he learns about other faiths, the more in danger he becomes. Soon, he receives death threats. Then the Yemeni Civil War breaks out. Not only is he wanted for this interfaith activism, now his tribal affiliation, religion and skin color immediately make him a target. His only chance for survival lies in escaping Yemen and putting his life in the hands of near strangers. But first he must trust the Americans and Israelis he was once taught to hate. I think this is an excellent book which reads more like a thriller than an autobiography!