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Non-Violent Resistance: Success for Peace in the Holy Land
The populist upraising in the world, notably in the Holy Land and the US, should link forces. The grim racist, ethnic cleansing ideologies that have gripped the Holy Land for years has now gripped much of the US political dialogue. The focus of this panel is to encourage activists to come together and organize more non-violent resistance events, including street demonstrations to push the envelope for peace in Israel and Palestine. This is in view of recent successes of non-violent activists in the Holy Land, notably at the Al-Aqsa Mosque and the Palestinian hunger strike, etc.
FRIDAY November 3rd - 6:00pm - 7:00pm
University of Paris, Middle East Activist
Dr. Frank Romano, PhD, University of Paris I, Panthéon Sorbonne. Professor: University of Paris Ouest, Member of the California and Marseille Bars. Interviews with CNN, Fox News, ABC, CBS, CCTV, BronxNet, The Savage Nation & others. Author of: “Love and Terror in the Middle East, 4th Ed.” Peace & freedom activist in Israel and Palestine.
Doug Kauffman is a hospital worker in East Los Angeles and an organizer with the ANSWER Coalition for ten years. He helped it organize the largest pro-Palestinian demonstration in LA history in 2009 and has helped to lead mass demonstrations in Washington, D.C. against the annual AIPAC Conference. He has regularly contributed writings on U.S. imperialism, state violence, and fascism to Liberation News.
Peaceful Interfaith Creations
Daniel Mark obtained a B.Ed. University of Hawaii/Manoah, M.A. Andrews University, Berrien Springs, Michigan. Post graduate studies in Public Health, Hebrew University, Jerusalem. He is the author of “In One Spirit,” an Interfaith Approach to Peace & Wellness in Jerusalem, the Middle East & the World.” His book is based on decades of religious study, as well as a decade living in Jerusalem, a pilgrimage to Mecca and Medina.