Synopsis by Sandra Brennan
The Arab-Israeli conflict provides the backdrop for this political drama that tells the story of an American gentile woman who goes to Israel to find the place where her Jewish fiance died during the 1948 conflict. There she meets the dead man's best friend and eventually they fall in love. The man works in a potash factory, but he is also a gun runner for Israel. One day an Arab terrorist ambushes the gun runner. Later the terrorist's father, tired of all the violence, takes the gun runner in. When his son discovers this, he attacks his father's house. During the scuffle, the terrorist is killed and the gun runner wounded. Fortunately, his American love is there to help him heal.
death, love, war, America, Arab, baking, Israeli [nationality]