By the Rivers of Babylon Themes

Nelson Demille
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Good vs Evil

A classic tale of good versus evil, By the Rivers of Babylon pits the peace delegation against a group of Palestinian terrorists. Ahmed Rish and his second in command, along with a group of young terrorists, conspire to take a group of people hostage. The group, consisting mainly of Israelis, though some Americans and Arabs are also among them, is on the way to New York for a peace conference at the United Nations when they are hijacked. One of the Concordes is blown up, while the other is forced to land in Babylon. Rather than follow the instructions of the terrorists, the group aboard the second plane choose to take their chances and battle for their lives as well as their beliefs.

The goal of the delegation is to bring peace to the Middle East. The goal of the terrorists is to stop peace in...

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