The Road to Sulha in DC

The Road to Sulha in DC
If you’re in the DC area this weekend, come down to Busboys & Poets off U Street NW at 9:30 Sunday morning and to the Bossa Bistro later that day for a documentary, a Jew-grass concert, and a “symbolic peace walk” to benefit the Sulha Peace Project. I’ve got some dear friends in Israel right now who’ve been involved in the religious peace-building community there for a number of years and they’ve been gushing and firey-eyed about the amazing connections they made and experiences they had through the Sulha with Jews, Muslims, Christians, Arabs, Israelis, and others from around the world in one of the few truly grass-roots, spiritual, person-to-person endeavors to get the healing and understanding started between Israeli and Palestinian societies.

Here’s the official info:
The Center for World Religions, Diplomacy and Conflict Resolution at George Mason University’s Institute for Conflict Analysis and Resolution cordially invites you to a benefit concert for….
THE SULHA PEACE PROJECT: Grassroots Reconciliation & Healing For Israelis and Palestinians
Sunday Evening Peace Concert and March:
(Dynamic peace concert led by Middle East peace activists & a symbolic peace walk to call for reconciliation and healing for Israelis and Palestinians.)
Who: Residents of Washington DC Metro Area.
What: Live Peace Concert and Peace Walk for Reconciliation for Israelis and Palestinians
Where: Bossa Bistro and Lounge (2463 18th NW Street, Washington DC)
When: Sunday, December 16, 2007 at 7:30 p.m.
*Contact Bossa at 202-667-0088
You are also invited to join us in the morning for a very special presentation..
(Dynamic documentary & vibrant discussion led by the Director of the Sulha Peace Project, a powerful grassroots organization working for peace in the Holy Land.)
Sunday Morning Sulha Benefit
Who: Residents of Washington DC Metro Area.
What: Showing of Sulha Peace Project Documentary and Facilitated Discussion Afterwards
Where: Busboys and Poets (2021 14th Street NW, Washington DC)
When: Sunday, December 16, 2007 at 9:30 a.m.
*Contact Busboys and Poets at 202-387-7638
For further details please contact Scott Cooper at [email protected]

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