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Arab Jewish Relations

The Druze of Israel: Hope for Arab-Jewish Collaboration

Jonathan Adelman | Posted 10.08.2016 | World
Jonathan Adelman

The fact that the Druzes, as a distinct group of Israeli Arabs, have, despite job discrimination, flourished in Israel, offers hope for the future of Arab-Jewish cooperation and working together in the strife torn Middle East.

Two Jews, Many Obligations

Erica Shaps | Posted 03.26.2014 | Religion
Erica Shaps

In our increasingly interconnected world, all of humanity is tied together. My redemption is bound to the redemption of my neighbor of a different faith.

When a Vision of Togetherness Is a Lonely Journey

Rabbi Haviva Ner-David | Posted 11.30.2013 | Religion
Rabbi Haviva Ner-David

Whether we like to hear it or not, Arabs have much less to lose by reaching out towards peace. They are a minority culture in a Jewish country, and sadly, they are not treated equally.

Hate Crimes Are Unacceptable

Ron Kronish | Posted 08.19.2013 | Religion
Ron Kronish

The political establishment of Israel may finally be waking up from its deep sleep regarding this disturbing phenomenon of hate crimes which has been going on for the past two years in Israel. But we must ask: are they serious? Or are they just giving lip service to this?

The Value Of Light In Dark Moments

Ron Kronish | Posted 06.05.2013 | Religion
Ron Kronish

Since Hanukkah, the holiday of light, a year and a half ago, Tag Meir has been reacting immediately and with wide media exposure to all incidents of hate crimes in Israel, especially those committed under the slogan, Tag Mechir (Hebrew for "Price Tag").

'Ground Zero Mosque' Controversy And The Pitfalls Of The Interfaith Dialogue Movement

David Shasha | Posted 05.25.2011 | Religion
David Shasha

That Jews and Arabs share a culture is a fact that stands in stark contrast with the idea that there is a primordial rupture between the peoples that has fed the endemic and corrosive violence that now permeates the region.