Love is a Powerful Force, But How Much Should It Be Allowed to Overcome?

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Liberty Hill Publishing presents a love story that challenges cultural beliefs and norms.

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to fortify the rightist platform as one that is life-affirming, and relevant to young adults today, and to negate the revolutionary meaninglessness of an imagined progressivism.

Author Yong Jen Ong offers a thought-provoking love story in Daughter of Palestine ($23.99, paperback, 9781632214317; $40.99, dust jacket, 9781632214324; $9.99, e-book, 9781632214331).

Worlds collide as Gabriel, a Chinese director with Interamerica, and Yasmin, a researcher with the West Pacific Institute, enter each others’ lives. The two hold firmly opposing worldviews but are drawn to each other, nonetheless. Can love survive the pressure of current events, their families, and their own opinions? Should all else be laid aside for love?

Ong said he wrote the book “to fortify the rightist platform as one that is life-affirming, and relevant to young adults today, and to negate the revolutionary meaninglessness of an imagined progressivism.”

Yong Jen Ong is Malaysian and a descendant of a six-hundred year-old overseas Chinese community. Critical of the Communist Democratic movement, Jen leads young adults in international bridging endeavors, camps and expeditions and serves in political advocacy for right-of-center coalitions in Malaysia. He qualified in global affairs and international security at Harvard University, Cambridge, MA and corporate governance at the Federation University in Australia.

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Liberty Hill Publishing, a division of Salem Media Group, is a leader in the print-on-demand, self-publishing industry. Daughter of Palestine is available online through amazon.com and barnesandnoble.com.

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