And the Angels Are Silent, by Yoseph Cohen Elran XVI.
"Ezekiel went. Ezekiel is no longer here. Who can give me back the moment to change it? Those who can, allow me to give him one last hug and tell him how much I loved him. I've never said those words to him. But nothing can bring him back. A single moment. A touch. A liberating sigh just to get to the end of longing."
This is the story of Ezra, a child who tells the story of how his family, together with all the Jews of Baghdad, experienced riots and abuse, and the story of his younger brother, who was active in the Zionist underground.
And the Angels Are Silent is a heroic chapter in the history of the Zionist struggle in the revival of the country. This fascinating, creative, and mesmerizing tale penetrates the individual soul and the souls of the nation and raises the question of divine intervention in human life.
Please note: This audiobook is in Hebrew.