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October 31, 1986 - Image 76

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-10-31

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Arab-Jewish
Dialogue At WSU

Walid Mulah and Ronny
Brawer are scheduled to
speak at Wayne State Uni-
versity on Thursday at noon.
There is no charge.
Their appearance at Wayne
State University is part of a
nation-wide tofr for the two,
organized by the Progressive
Zionist Caucus. At WSU,
they are sponsored by the
B'nai B'rith Hillel Founda-
tion. The topic of the discus-
sion is "The Efforts Towards
Arab-Jewish Reconciliation
in Israel and elsewhere."
Mulah is coordinator of the
Arab-Jewish dialogue groups
at the Institute for Education
for Co-Existence between
Jews and Arabs in
Jerusalem. He also works as
assistant evaluator for the
Arab-Jewish dialogue groups
sponsored by the Van Leer
Institute in Jerusalem.
In the past, he has worked
for Neve Shalom, the Insti-
tute for Arab-Jewish Recon-
ciliation, doing leadership
training at the bi-cultural in-
stitute and speaking for the
institute in Germany and
elsewhere.
Mulah has a B.A. degree in
philosophy and Middle East
studies from the Hebrew
University in Jerusalem.
Brawer is employed as a
research assistant at the City
University of New York, from
which he received his M.B.A.
degree in International Busi-
ness, He also studied at the
State University of New York
at Albany and at Tel Aviv
University.
He is a founding member of
the Progressive Zionist
Caucus. He has served as the
chairman of the Hillel Stu-
dents for Israel at SUNY-
Albany, and has worked with
the kibbutz movement and
the Labor Zionist youth.
The Progressive Zionist
Caucus is a network of Uni-
versity students committed to
peace, social justice, religious
pluralism and economic de-
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