This is a 24 hour festival beginning tomorrow evening in the Old City and continuing until the beginning of Shabbat. It includes tours of the Muslim quarter and a visit to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre with an emphasis on the musical traditions and prayers of the Abrahamic faiths. With artists from around the world “All of it is aimed at promoting a message of inter-faith unity and compassion by exploring the sanctity of the different traditions that converge in the city that is holy to so many faiths”. You can read the full article in Haaretz by clicking here.
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- Chief Rabbi is guest of honour at a Muslim dinner in Wales
- UK Jews and Muslims team up against hate – Al Jazeera English
- On the Way to Sulha
- Elana and Ibtisam: Women working for peace
- Haifa’s Answer
- Microphones for Peace
- Expressing Condolences to the Bereaved
- A new book by Rabbi Shai Har-El on “Where Islam and Judaism Join Together”
- Judaism and Islam: A Fascinating Lecture by Professor Reuven Firestone
- Eliyahu Maclean: Rodef Shalom
- ‘Human’ Music for Peace by Gabriel Halevy
- Sulha Prayer at the Tomb of Abraham
- What is Sulha?