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The Last Word: Poisonous Cocktail

The Last Word: Poisonous Cocktail Categories: Anti-Zionism, Antisemitism, Interfaith Dialogue     Author: Jeremy Jones

Melbourne-based academic researcher Mark Lindsay highlighted an important element of Christian antisemitism and provided a clue to understanding one of the key obstacles to a resolution of the Israeli-Palestinian issue, on the ABC's "Religion & Ethics" website.  Lindsay's reflection was pr

The Last Word: The Culture of Dialogue

The Last Word: The Culture of Dialogue Categories: Interfaith Dialogue     Author: Jeremy Jones

It is not an everyday occurrence to see senior Saudi Arabian government officials speak alongside rabbis based in Israel, prominent Buddhist figures and Indian swamis. But, for the second year in succession, the King Abdullah Bin Abdulaziz International Centre for Interreligious and Intercultural D

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The Last Word: Pitching Dialogue

The Last Word: Pitching Dialogue Categories: Interfaith Dialogue, International Jewry     Author: Jeremy Jones

Welcomed as special guests at the baseball game between the Washington Nationals and the New York Mets was the "Delegation of Muslim & Jewish Leaders from the Southern Hemisphere." The announcement brought cheers and applause. As part of that delegation, I spent two intensive days in Washington

The Last Word: RID-ing against Intolerance

The Last Word: RID-ing against Intolerance Categories: Asia, Australasia, Interfaith Dialogue     Author: Jeremy Jones

A visit to Semarang, the largest city in Central Java, is in many ways an assault on the senses. The humidity, with searing heat and blustery winds, is unavoidable, as are the blinding colours and the food which comes in two varieties - syrupy sweet or hot and spicy. My recent trip, to participate

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