Haim Dov Beliak is the Executive Director of HaMifgash: An On-Going Conversation Among Jewish Intellectuals. The most recent project of HaMifgash is the new web site: www.JewsOnFirst.org which confronts the "Christianization" movement's attempt to nullify the First Amendment of the Constitution. Together with Jane Hunter this project seeks to provide information and suggestions for actions to safe guard our freedoms.

HaMifgash is sponsored the first formal dialogue between and among Jews and Indians (Native Americans) on January 8, 2006.

Together with Jane Hunter, Haim co –founded The Coalitions for Justice in Hawaiian Gardens and Jerusalem (www.stopmoskowitz.org)

Beliak was born in a DP Camp in Munich, Germany and grew up in Mason City, Iowa and Phoenix, Arizona In 1988-90 Beliak was as a Jerusalem Fellow in Jerusalem, Israel. He is the rabbi of Beth Shalom of Whittier and serves as a Board member of the Progressive Jewish Alliance (PJA) and also an active participant in Interfaith Communities United for Justice and Peace (ICUJP).

John Hubers is an ordained pastor in the Reformed Church in America who has served international parishes in the Persian Gulf states of Bahrain and Oman, as well as churches in Michigan and New York. He is currently a PhD candidate at the Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago doing work in the area of interfaith relations. Previous to this he served as the Supervisor of the Reformed Church in America's mission program in the Middle East and South Asia. He is the webmaster for www.christianzionism.org which is the voice of the Institute for the Study of Christian Zionism.