Religion and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

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Eki Ramadhan ’16 writes in:

The Interfaith Council of Wesleyan University, in conjunction with the Office of Religious and Spiritual Life, invites everyone to a talk/luncheon titled “The Role of Religion in the Israel-Palestinian Conflict; Jew, Muslim, Christian — It Matters” with Ron Young ’65.

Young is the Co-founder and Consultant for the National Initiative for Peace (NILI) and the author of Crossing Boundaries in the Americas, Vietnam, and the Middle East. He is a former student at Wesleyan and a highly regarded lecturer and writer on the topic of interfaith cooperation and Middle East developments, particularly the Arab-Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

Lunch will be provided by Bon Appetit.

The lecture and lunch are free and open to the public.

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Date: Thursday, November 6
Time: 12:00 – 1:30 PM
Place: PAC 107

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One thought on “Religion and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

  1. Roy Hayes

    It’s discouraging to notice how many Christians are unaware that Christians who live in the Holy Land are Palestinians. And that Christians and Muslims suffer together under Israel’s occupation.

    Mideast Peace = Peace of Jerusalem = World Peace

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