A book of motivational poems that uses the power of art to help people heal has sold out, according to its publisher.
The book, by Israeli poet Yehuda Bauer, is being published by publisher Hachette.
It is one of several books that have sold out in the past year, said Avi Reiss, co-founder of Hachem’s Literary Agency.
The new book has sold over 1,000 copies in its first week.
It was printed in collaboration with Reiss and is due for release later this month, Reiss said.
The New York-based publisher, which has published dozens of motivational books in the last year, recently reworked the original version and will publish a revised version that is based on the new version.
It has sold about 400 copies, Reess said.
The first edition sold more than 200,000 in 2016.
In its first edition, the book had poems about the suffering and hardships faced by Palestinians living under Israeli occupation.
It also described a story from the Palestinian refugee camps in Gaza.
It included an illustration of a woman in a wheelchair who says, “I can still see the faces of my brothers and sisters in my dreams.
My life is full of fear and despair.
My only hope is for a change.”
It also quoted a Palestinian man who said, “It is a gift, I have been waiting for a moment of peace, the moment I wake up in the morning, to be able to look down on this land and to see its people.”
Reiss said that, for the most part, the original book was not well received.
The original version is also considered “an indictment of Israeli policies,” he said.
“It is important to point out that there is no one who is not an Israeli soldier.
It’s about the way Israel treats people who are in need and the way they treat Palestinians.
The fact that the book has a Palestinian character is very problematic,” he added.
The Palestinian rights group Al-Haq said that the title of the book, “Wake up: A Book to Wake up and Stop Killing” is an anti-Semitic slur.
Al-Haqq said the book is anti-Israel and anti-people.
“The book’s title is a call to silence people who have the courage to stand up against the occupation,” said Al-Nasser Al-Bunay, spokesman for Al-Hajj, the group that has been fighting for the rights of Palestinians in Israel.
“I hope this book will change the minds of the Israeli public.
This is an example of why the world cannot tolerate Israel’s colonial policy and its blatant abuse of human rights,” Al-Bejleim added.
Hachetter is also releasing a memoir titled “What We’ve Become,” by American novelist Michael Chabon.
It has sold nearly 50,000 since its publication in February.
In addition to selling out, the new book is also raising funds through social media.
The book was published by Hachete last month and is available on the publisher’s website.
“As we celebrate the 20th anniversary of Hachmeit, the first book published by the HacHEts literary agency, we want to show the world that Hachte is alive, vibrant, and in a position to help us understand and challenge our own world,” Hachert said in a statement.