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									                                               MISHKAN SHALOM
                    invites you to a special “One Book Mishkan” weekend program:

                   Peacebuilding in the Holy Land
                                    Yehezkel Landau
                                   Faculty Associate in Interfaith Relations at Hartford Seminary &
                                   Co-Founder of Open House Center for Jewish-Arab Coexistence

                Prof. Landau will discuss the weekend's theme with particular focus on the book:
    The Lemon Tree: An Arab, A Jew, and the Heart of the Middle East
                                                       By Sandy Tolan

               Friday Evening Services:                                           Shabbat Morning Services:
                  April 24, 7:30 p.m.                                                April 25, 10:00 a.m.
               Program immediately after                                               Study session will be
                “Healing the Holy Land:                                                 part of the services:
             Interreligious Peacebuilding in
                   Israel & Palestine”                                                 “Biblical Resources
                                                                                        for Peacebuilding:
              Story of : THE LEMON TREE                                               Lessons From Genesis”
              With Discussion & Questions.

                   Reception to Follow                                                 Reception to Follow

                            Shabbat Weekend, April 24-25
                                 Mishkan Shalom
              4101 Freeland Avenue                Philadelphia, PA 19128             Tel: 215-508-0226
Co-sponsored by the Library & Israel Committees of Mishkan Shalom & The Reconstructionist Rabbinical College

Yehezkel Landau coordinates an interfaith training program at Hartford Seminary for Jews, Christians & Muslims called
“Building Abrahamic Partnerships.” He directed the Oz v’Shalom-Netivot Shalom religious Zionist peace movement in Israel
in the 1980’s, & 1991 to 2003. Co-founder & co-director of the Open House Center for Jewish-Arab Coexistence in Ramle,
Israel, he lectures internationally on Jewish-Christian-Muslim relations and Middle East peace issues. He is co-editor of the
book, Voices from Jerusalem: Jews & Christians Reflect on the Holy Land (1992).

                Questions? Call Lillian Sigal, Chair, 610-642-2376, or

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