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Many still hope that there may be a renewed chance for peace in the Middle East. In our communities Jews and Arabs live side-by-side. Their children go to school with one another. Events in the Middle East affect us here. Talking Peace demonstrates that there is an alternative to hatred and violence. This half hour documentary offers a vision of hope.
Talking Peace is a useful tool for starting discussions and building community. It is used in a variety of settings--classrooms, community centers, libraries, and living rooms. See links for more information about the process of Jewish-Palestinian Dialogue.
"As soon as a several inhabitants of the United States have conceived a sentiment or an idea that they want to produce in the world, they seek each other out; and when they have found each other, they unite. From then on they are no longer isolated men,but a power whose actions serve as an example; a power that speaks and to which one listens."
A History of the Arab Peoples , Albert Hourani (Harvard University Press, 1991)
A History of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict , Mark A.Tessler (Univ. of Indiana Press: 1994)
Arab and Jew: Wounded Spirits in a Promised Land,David Shipler (Penguin Books: 2002)
Palestine and the Arab Israeli Conflict (5th Edition),Charles D. Smith (St. Martin's Press, 2004)
Righteous Victims: A History of the Zionist-Arab Conflict,1881-2001, Benny Morris (Vintage: 2001)
The Jewish State: A Century Later. Alan Dowty (University of California Press: 1998.
A Call to Dialogue
Jewish Palestinian Dialogue San Diego
National Coalition for Dialogue and Deliberation
Arab Jewish Dialogue Resources
Bibliography: Arabs, Islam, Palestine-Israel, Middle East and Zionism
Timeline of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
UN documents on Palestine
Middle East News, Views, Maps, History and Culture
Global Peace Works
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