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PFP April Mission
Successful Inaugural Interfaith Partners for Peace Trip to Israel/West Bank

Our trip ended on May 4, 2015 with an early morning drive to Bethlehem, which is over the Green Line. There we visited the Church of the Nativity, the traditional birthplace of Jesus—and members of our group engaged in a study session examining the range of importance that particular sites have in religious communities. Next, we stopped at a Palestinian farm near the Gush Etzion junction.

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Excellent Curriculum and Video for Peace for Israelis and Palestinians

We encourage you to use our study guide based on a wonderful video of dialogue among Palestinian and Israeli teens. You can see the video here, and the curriculum is here.

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Chicago Presbytery Working Perspectives Project Paper

This paper examines the support within the Presbyterian Church for a peaceful, two-state resolution of the entrenched conflict between Israelis and Palestinians.

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Third Narrative Offers Information on Achieving Peace and Two States

Recognizing the invective that often is employed in discussing the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Third Narrative offers a less polarizing approach.

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