James Loney is a Canadian peace activist, writer and member of Christian Peacemaker Teams. Based in Toronto, he has served on violence-reduction teams in Iraq, Palestine and First Nations communities in Canada. In November 2005, he was kidnapped along with the CPT delegation he was leading and held hostage for four months. One member of the group was murdered, an American named Tom Fox. The surviving three were released in a military operation led by British special forces.
Format: Trade Paperback, 432 pages
Publisher: Vintage Canada On Sale: April 24, 2012 Price: $18.00
The powerful account of the remarkable peace activist kidnapped while leading a peace delegation and held for ransom by Iraqi insurgents until his paradoxical release by a crack unit of Special Forces commandos.
In November 2005, James Loney and three other men – Canadian Harmeet Singh Sooden, British citizen Norman Kember and...
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