Opening scene of The Settler made into a play in New York

The opening scene of The Settler was made into a play by the 24/6 Jewish Theater Company in NYC this past July as part of a three-part show exploring the pullout from Gaza from a variety of angles to mark 10 years since the pullout.

2016-06-18T06:00:47+00:00 October 20th, 2015|

Prestige Magazine: “Arfa’s words of great power”

Shira Goldberg of Prestige Magazine wrote a glowing review of "The Settler." In it she writes (translated from the Hebrew): There's no way you can remain apathetic to this winning novel, which I read with baited breath. Arfa's words of great power sweep you into an a deep, emotional connection with Sarah Dakar. While it's a political novel, anyone can relate to the plot, the pain, the loss, and the insights along the way, to the price each character pays, and to the human story told with great sensitivity. The characters represent worlds unto themselves. Their agendas, thoughts, hopes, and [...]

2017-08-24T08:54:13+00:00 September 6th, 2015|