By the Rivers of Babylon - Study Guide Epilogue Summary & Analysis

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Isaac Burg discusses the battle with Major Bartok. Though Burg tries to explain it, Bartok can not understand how a group of peace-keepers could have decimated the Ashbals, terrorists that had trained for years for such a battle. Burg explains that it is really no different than a mother tiger defending her cub. Those on the peace mission were not willing to give up their "child." Burg reflects on the massive loss of life among the delegates, and wishes that those killed could see that they had freed themselves from captivity in Babylon once again.

Miriam Bernstein decides not to go on to New York. She no longer believes in the Peace Conference. In New York, the advance delegates of the Israeli and Arab nations wait in hope, knowing that the mission has been altered, but hoping that it can continue. In Ummah, they survive, and continue...

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