US Rep. Tom Lantos said, "Christians Are the Antidote to Anti-Semitism." In 1973 General Uzi Narkiss invited Hellen Battle, an American Christian, to immigrate to Israel as a social worker to assist in the absorption of Russian immigrants. * *Her journey takes you through the spectrum of Israeli life as a new immigrant. *You will embark on her road of faith, hope and love in building a bridge of reconciliation between Christians and Jews. *Her classes with Holocaust survivors at the Hebrew University will grieve your heart. *She will take you to the front lines of the Yom Kippur War where she volunteered. *You will join her in the office of theChief Rabbi after being slandered by extremists. *You will experience the joy and pain of her true Romeo and Juliet love story. *You will ultimately cry out with her "For Zion's Sake I cannot be silent Hellen Battle Kosak, MSW, is a graduate from Abilene Christian University in Texas and New York University Grad School of Social Work. She was a clinical social worker in New York prisons. She taught English in Mexico, Spain, Germany, and Israel. She studied theology in New York and West Berlin. In 1965 she was arrested by the East Germans and spent 14 months in a communist prison, charged with escape help. She wrote her story in EVERY WALL SHALL FALL. She was Area Director of Christian Broadcasting Network in Miami. She has been a speaker in churches, synagogues and civic groups in Germany, Ghana, Ukraine, Russia and Romania. She was born in Memphis, Tennessee and is married to Gary Kosak. They both are licensed ministers and co-founded "For Zion's Sake Ministries," a ministry of reconciliation and restoration for Christians and Jews and the nation of Israel, where she previously lived.