Sunday, May 17, 2009
Labels: Justice and Peace
Peace talks on the Prairies
Winnipeg Free Press - Winnipeg,Manitoba,Canada
Hossack@freepress.mb.ca From left: Bruce Sarbit, Dean Peachey and Natasha Mohammed are leading the three-part workshop. Winnipeg may be half a world away from the Middle East, but for several hours next week, this city in the middle of the Canadian Prairies will be the site of peace negotiations concerning deep-rooted conflicts between Israelis and Palestinians. Peachey, representing the Christian religious tradition, leads the workshops along with two other Winnipeg Mosaic members: former Brandon University counsellor Bruce Sarbit, who is Jewish, and Natasha Mohammed, who has Hindu and Muslim roots. Click to read the complete article by Brenda Suderman.
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