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Cover for How to TalkHow to talk to just about anyone about Israel-Palestine: First Steps Toward Meaningful Dialogue

by Joyce Schriebman and Yehezkel Landau

Whether a participant or a facilitator, you’ll find tools to turn apprehensive encounters into fruitful conversations.

How to talk to just about anyone about Israel-Palestine shows you how to hear and be heard. How to create productive discussions instead of contentious arguments.

This 20-page guide is filled with step-by-step ways to increase opportunities for reasonable conversations about Israel-Palestine.

DISCOVER

  • Tools to be an effective participant or facilitator
  • 5 action-steps that build trust and foster communication
  • The difference between dialogue and debate
  • A way to talk about facts, opinions, narratives and truth
  • Justice-seeking partners you can work with to foster understanding

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“If people began to understand that change comes about as the result of millions of tiny acts that seem totally insignificant, well then they wouldn’t hesitate to take those tiny acts.”

 ~ Howard Zinn 

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Event Calendar

The calendar is a schedule of peace building and interfaith events. To add your event, send an email to MyBroFam CALENDAR

July 31-Aug 3, 2016 – The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: Skills and Approaches to Facilitate Constructive Conversations, NewCAJE Jewish Educators Conf, North Central College, Naperville, IL

Sunday, Dec 4, 2016Muslim Jewish Women’s Leadership Conference, Sisterhood of Salaam Shalom; Drew University, Madison, NJ


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Two Faiths. One Prayer.

“The worshipers laid out prayer mats and the sounds of their chanting, in both Hebrew and Arabic, mingled with the crashing of the waves.

“We were just so surprised that we could do this together and it’s very similar,” said participant Maryam Saleemi. “It was kind of like an ‘Aha Moment’ that we’re praying to the same God, why aren’t we doing this all the time together?”