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The Haj Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 1, Chapters 6-10 Summary

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Part 1, Chapters 6-10 Summary

After the failed attack, Ibrahim went to the knoll everyday to look down at the Jewish settlement being built. He erected a Bedouin tent where he stayed and brooded. He only allowed Hagar and Farouk to enter. Since his sons had not yet been born, he vowed that when he had a son, he would send him to school because he felt that Farouk was cheating him. So in addition to brooding about the failed attack, he was also brooding about not having any sons.

Ibrahim knew his men couldn't force out the Jews. He watched as the building of the settlement progressed. He watched as they built a series of canals. He watched as they repaired the terracing, whose steps would be used for the growing of crops, just as the ancient Hebrews had done. Ibrahim wonders how they will grow anything...

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