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September 23, 1988 - Image 21

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-09-23

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It was in this atmosphere
that Beatrice Webb, author,
Methodist lay-preacher and
former director of religious
programming for the BBC,
spoke of a dialogue "of the
heart and not of the head,"
the balancing of a deep and
specific Christian faith with
a real desire to reach out
beyond her own tradition and
share the spirituality of
others.
Describing a joint pil-
grimage to Israel in which
she participated along with
Jews, Christians, Moslems,
Hindus, Sikhs and a
Rastafarian, she noted that,
at the end of each day, the
participants found themselve
apologizing for the hurt that
members of their own faiths
had caused to the other par-
ticipants in the pilgrimage.
But the question remains
as to whether. such gather-
ings of good-hearted people
are only just that, a spiritual
jam session where those who
believe in tolerance and good
will can gather to recharge
their spiritual batteries. One
indication that, despite the
fine sentiments, all is not as
it should be came with the
disclosure that the Israel In-
terfaith Association (IIA), the
local member group in the
ICCJ, is in serious financial
difficulty, largely because
foreign churches had cut back
their financial support as a
result of the political
situation.
Despite these difficulties,
and despite the general at-
mosphere in which it seemed
more difficult than ever to
establish trust between
various groups, the IIA has
continued its work. This in-
cluded a seminar this sum-
mer for clergy from Third
World countries and seminars
for Jewish and Arab educa-
tors on "ways of education for
co-existence."
The intifada, IIA director
Joseph Emmanuel said, had
not made it harder to hold
such seminars. On the con-
trary, he added, if anything,
the Arab educators now
viewed it as more important
than ever before to find ways
of increasing understanding
between Jews and Arabs.
One of the Israelis who took
part in the colloquium was
Mohammed Hourani, 34, an
educator who is involved in
drawing up a curriculum for
Moslems in Israeli schools.
"We can't live apart. We
have to talk to each other," he
said.

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