U.S. Interreligious Committee for Peace in the Middle East

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The U.S. Interreligious Committee for Peace in the Middle East according to their website "is a national organization of Jews, Christians and Muslims dedicated to dialogue, education and advocacy for peace based on the deepest teachings of the three religious traditions. Founded in 1987, the Committee organizes and supports national and local programs of dialogue, education and advocacy for peace, while at the same time challenging the persistent prejudices and stereotypes members of one tradition may have of the other two. The Committee works to generate public interreligious support for U.S. efforts to help Israe, the Palestinian Authority and the Arab states achieve a negotiated, comprehensive and reconciliatory peace." [1]

Ronald J. Young - Executive Director

National Board of Directors

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National Advisory Council

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Contact

Web: http://www.usicpme.org