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  Michael Diamond

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A Scottish lawyer living in the cauldron of the Middle East for 20 years.

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A lawyer from Scotland living in Israel for 20 years. Working at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, I have unique access to its fascinating personalities and their amazing research. Scientific, political, and literary advice from experts ‘just down the corridor’ are liberally exploited in my work. As a Scotsman in Israel, I have an intimate view of the nuances of Middle Eastern political affairs, as well as an outsider's objectivity.

Birth Place
Glasgow,  Scotland

My latest project is the completion of a Middle-
Eastern political thriller "Subsurface." Its back cover reads as follows:

After two years of intense negotiations President John F. Brander has succeeded in bringing together Israel and the Palestinians to sign a peace accord—the mission that has eluded even the most determined statesmen for more than 60 years. Resolving this bitter conflict—at the epicenter of Islamic hostility towards the West—will mark the beginning of the end of the world’s clash of civilizations.

As the parties iron out final details in preparation for a ceremony on the White House lawns, David Dekel, a handsome young researcher in geological remote sensing at Israel’s Ben-Gurion University, makes a remarkable discovery that throws the entire process into a spin. Fifty meters below the surface of the soon-to-be-surrendered West Bank town of Jenin, Dekel discovers an oil trap large enough to meet Israel’s energy needs for the next 100 years.

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