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What Jerusalem Means to Us: Reflections and Perspectives

What Jerusalem Means to Us: Reflections and Perspectives

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Date(s) - 04/11/2021
12:00 am - 1:30 pm

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Jerusalem is unique among the cities of the world. Its distinctiveness stems from its holiness and universal character. This symposium, organized to highlight the book launching of What Jerusalem Means to Us: Muslim Perspectives and Reflections (2021) which is a beautiful complement to What Jerusalem Means to Us: Christian Perspectives and Reflections (2018), will address the city’s significance and provide perspectives on the need to have Jerusalem be a shared city.
Welcome and Introduction to the Symposium
Dr. Saliba Sarsar
Chair, HCEF Research & Publication Committee and
Professor of Political Science, Monmouth University
Jerusalem Is For All
Sir Rateb Y. Rabie, KCHS
Founder and President/CEO
Holy Land Christian Ecumenical Foundation (HCEF)
The Significance of Jerusalem
HE Mgr. William Shomali
LPJ Patriarchal Vicar for Jordan and Vice-Chairman of the Board of RIIFS
A Visual Presentation on Jerusalem
Dr. Mohammed Hashim Ghosheh
A historian specializing in Jerusalem and its Islamic architecture
El Hassan Center for Jerusalem Studies
The Necessity of a Christian-Muslim Narrative for Jerusalem
Dr. Osama Abuirshaid
Executive Director, American Muslims for Palestine
The Importance of the Two Books for Sharing Jerusalem
Dr. Carole Monica C. Burnett
Co-Chair, HCEF Research & Publication Committee and
Editor of the Church and Fathers of the Church Mediaeval Continuation,
The Catholic University of America Press
Perspectives by the Book Authors on Why Jerusalem Should Be Shared
Dr. Azzam S. Elayan
Lecturer in the Department of Chemistry & Physics, Monmouth University
Ms. Lana Shehadeh
A doctoral candidate at Florida International University’s Department of Politics and International Relations
Mr. Mohamed K. Ghumrawi
Adjunct Professor at Florida International University’s Department of Politics and International Relations
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RSVP: By April 10, 2021
Order your copy at www.amazon.com or at HCEF https://tinyurl.com/y4wesyps
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