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Dialogue & Alliance

Dialogue & Alliance: Religion and Peace in the Middle East

Dialogue & Alliance - A Journal of the Universal Peace Federation
Vol. 26, No. 2, Fall 2012

Introduction 

Interfaith, Multi-Track Diplomacy and Peace
Dr. Thomas G. Walsh,  President, UPF International 

Peace in the Near East
Marco Frenschkowski,  Professor, Leipzig University, Germany 

Common Moral Grounds for the Common Good
 Imam Dr. Abduljalil Sajid,  Muslim Council for Religious and Racial Harmony, UK 

Religion as an Obstacle to Peace?
Dr. Michael Balcomb,  Communications Director, UPF International 

The Arab Spring: Myth or Reality?
Ran Cohen,  President, Chamber of Trade & Commerce of Israel, Asia (former MK) 

The UN and the Arab-Israeli Conflict
Sam Zakhem,  Former United States Ambassador to Bahrain 

The Sacrifice of Isaac
Shuki Ben Ami,  Chair, World Media Association of Israel 

No Future Without Forgiveness
 Rev. Dr. Marcus Braybrooke,  President, World Congress of Faiths, UK 

The Roots of Religious Extremism
Joseph Montville,  School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution, George Mason University, USA 

The Monotheistic Family’s Common Book
Olfat Al-Mallakh,  Adjunct Professor, Du Page University, Illinois, USA 

The Role of the Religious Leader in Peacemaking
Dr. Michael Jenkins,  Chairman, American Clergy Leadership Conference, USA 

A Religious Model in Action: Sun Myung Moon and the Middle East Peace Initiative, 2003 to 2005
Shelley Elkayam,  Hebrew University of Jerusalem and Georg-August-Universität Göttingen 

Interfaith Climate Change
Dr. Eliezer  Glaubach-Gal,  President, I. Foerder Institute for Democracy and Pluralism, Jerusalem 

World Interfaith Harmony Week
Taj Hamad,  Secretary General, Universal Peace Federation 

Interfaith Education and the Thought of Sun Myung Moon
 Dr. Nurit Hirschfeld,  Doctor of Rabbinic Literature, Achva College, Beersheva, Israel 

Book Review