Panel Discussion "Palestine 101 - Not a Religious Conflict" (BU)

  • Boston University School of Communication 640 Commonwealth Ave Boston, MA, 02215 United States

Join BU Students for Justice in Palestine for an event that will provide an insightful discussion regarding the ongoing conflict between Palestine and Israel. We will have three panelists that are knowledgeable in their three different faiths: Judaism, Christianity and Islam.

The panel explores how the Palestinian struggle for human rights is one that is supported by people of faith and the respective sources of religious authenticity and religious logic.  The panelists include Dr. Othman Mohammad, Rabbi Joseph Berman, and Rev. Karlene Griffiths Sekou, Pastor. We hope to see you there!

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This event is a part of Israel Apartheid Month which is taking place from February 25th to March 24th. This event is co-sponsored by Jewish Voice for Peace and Boston University's Center for Gender, Sexuality and Activism. More co-sponsorships to come!

TRANSPORTATION: Green Line, “B” train, Blandford Street stop

COM 101 Auditorium can be located on the first floor of the School of Communication, Room 101