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A Speakers Series Presented by The David Project:
NEW VOICES FOR PEACE AND JUSTICE IN THE MIDDLE EAST

The David Project presents diverse voices championing human rights, civil society, and equality in the Middle East in a new speaker series. Each event takes place on Tuesday evening, beginning at 7:30 PM at Congregation Kehillath Israel, 384 Harvard Street in Brookline, Massachusetts.

October 1, 2002 at 7:30 pm at K.I. in Brookline

CONNECTING THE DOTS: THE NEW GLOBAL ANTI-SEMITISM AND THE ABANDONMENT OF MINORITIES IN THE MIDDLE EAST

Francis Bok, a 23-year old who escaped from jihad slavery in Sudan, presents with Dr. Charles Jacobs, President of The David Project.

Co-sponsored by CAMERA and Southern Baptist Church of Roxbury.


October 8, 2002 at 7:30 pm at K.I. in Brookline

MEMORIES OF MY GARDEN IN CAIRO: ACHIEVING JUSTICE FOR THE MIDDLE EAST'S 900,000 JEWISH REFUGEES

A native of Egypt, Joseph Abdel Wahed is the retired Chief Economist of Wells Fargo Bank.

Co-sponsored by the Sephardic Community of Greater Boston.


October 15, 2002 at 7:30 pm at K.I. in Brookline

WE STAND TOGETHER: RECLAIMING LIBERAL CHRISTIAN SUPPORT FOR ISRAEL

A professor of political science at Boston College, Dr. Dennis Hale is co-founder of the Episcopal-Jewish Alliance for Israel.

Co-sponsored by the Anti-Defamation League.


October 22, 2002 at 7:30 pm at K.I. in Brookline

PROGRESSIVE POLITICS AND ISRAEL: IS STANDING WITH ISRAEL STANDING FOR JUSTICE?

Dr. Richard Landes is professor of history and director of the Millenial Studies Center at Boston University.

Co-sponsored by the American Jewish Congress.


October 29, 2002 at 7:30 pm at K.I. in Brookline

DISMANTLING DHIMMITUDE: HOW TO END RELIGIOUS APARTHEID IN THE MIDDLE EAST

A native of Egypt, Bat Ye'or is author of "The Dhimmi" and the pioneer in the field of dhimmitude, the treatment of religious minorities under Muslim rule.

Co-sponsored by the JCRC of Greater Boston and the American Jewish Committee.


Each event takes place on Tuesday evening, beginning at 7:30 pm at Congregation Kehillath Israel, 384 Harvard Street in Brookline, Massachusetts. All events are free and open to the public. For directions and further information, please call 617-542-5042 or email info@david-project.org.

The David Project is a grassroots Jewish initiative that promotes peace and justice in the Middle East by advocating a fair and honest understanding of the conflict. We work with the Jewish community and the general public to oppose the new global anti-Semitism and the ideological assault on Israel, and to stand in solidarity with the region's other oppressed minorities.

 


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