Conversation with Daoud Nassar

Join us at 1:00pm EST on April 7 for a conversation with our good friend Daoud Nassar, of Tent of Nations. The Nassar family has lived on a 100 acre farm, named Tent of Nations, outside Bethlehem since 1916, with a legal deed and over 100 years of taxes paid. However, it is now being…

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Interview with Robert Cohen

Wednesday, March 31: An interview with Robert Cohen, one of the UK’s leading Jewish dissidents. Since 2011, Cohen has been “writing from the edge,” about Israel/Palestine and interfaith relations in his blog, Micah’s Paradigm Shift (from Micah 6.8: “What does the Lord require of you?”).  His writings have been published in Mondoweiss, Jews for Justice for…

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Conversation with Daoud Nassar

Join us April 7 for a conversation with our good friend Daoud Nassar. The Nassar family has lived on a 100 acre farm, named Tent of Nations, outside Bethlehem since 1916, with a legal deed and over 100 years of taxes paid. However, it is now being threatened by the Israeli government, five surrounding settlements,…

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Easter In Jerusalem

On behalf of our friends at the Friends of Sabeel North America and the Friends of Tent of Nations, we invite you to celebrate Easter in Jerusalem with the Palestinian Christians who live there. The first Easter celebration took place in Jerusalem. The Palestinian Christian community has kept the celebration going ever since. Every year…

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There Is A Field

The story of Asel Asleh, a 17-year old Palestinian peace activist, murdered by Israeli police, performed by Black Lives Matter activists reflecting on the parallels between Asel’s story and the experiences of people of color in the US. To allow for viewing the film on your own schedule, we will have an “Open Screening” beginning…

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An Interview With Robert Cohen

Join us on Wednesday, March 31, for an interview with UK-based Jewish dissident and Micah’s Paradigm Shift blogger, Robert Cohen. Since 2011, Cohen has been “writing from the edge,” about Israel/Palestine and interfaith relations in his blog, Micah’s Paradigm Shift (from Micah 6.8: “What does the Lord require of you?”).  His writings have been published in…

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There Is A Field

Join us on Friday, March 19th, for a powerful film and interview with the filmmaker. There Is a Field tells the story of Asel Asleh, a 17-year old Palestinian peace activist, murdered by Israeli police. His story is performed by Black Lives Matter activists reflecting on the parallels between Asel’s story and the experiences of…

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Conversation with Daphna Levit

Join us for a fantastic discussion with subversive peacenik Daphna Levit, who lives and teaches in Nova Scotia. We will be discussing her latest book, Wrestling with Zionism: Jewish Voices of Dissent, in which she discusses not only contemporaries like Gideon Levy and Ilan Pappe, but also Martin Buber, Albert Einstein, and Hannah Arendt. Daphna…

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