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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.


  • 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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