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Re-imagining Conflict Mediation and the Role of Religion

Re-imagining Conflict Mediation and the Role of Religion By Houssam Eddine Beggas From Seton Hall University February 25, 2020 Media credit: Seton Hall University This winter, Seton Hall's Center for Peace and Conflict Studies hosted a delegation of officers from Zurich's ...

Peace garden surrounds Holocaust museum with a contemplative, relaxed space

Peace garden surrounds Holocaust museum with a contemplative, relaxed space By Michelle Cohen From JUF News February 26, 2020 Media credit: JUF News When visitors walk from the Illinois Holocaust Museum and Education Center parking lot to the museum building, they traverse ...

The Interfaith Approach to Longstanding Violence in Nigeria

The Interfaith Approach to Longstanding Violence in Nigeria By Festus Iyorah From Sojourners February 26, 2020 Media Credit: Festus Iyorah Behind closed doors of the Sheraton hotels in Abuja, dozens of religious men sporting long, colorful turbans rub shoulders with ...

A rabbi and a Palestinian farmer are neighbors, partners – and friends

A rabbi and a Palestinian farmer are neighbors, partners – and friends By Margarida Santos Lopes From The Christian Science Monitor October 4, 2013 Media credit: Udi Goren Shaul David Judelman is an Israeli rabbi who moved from Seattle to ...

Why We Should Resist Branding Others “Hateful” Just Because We Disagree

Why We Should Resist Branding Others “Hateful” Just Because We Disagree By Logan Albright From Foundation for Economic Education February 29, 2020 The problem is not that there is too much hatred, but that there is too little willingness to ...