CBI Co-Presents An Event On Israeli-Palestinian Coexistence

Congregation Beth Israel, The First Congregational Church of Williamstown,
the Williams College Jewish Association and Jewish Federation of the Berkshires present

Jen Marlowe

Co-Author With Sami Al-Jundi of

The Hour of Sunlight: One Palestinian’s Journey

From Prisoner to Peacemaker

Sunday October 14, 2012, 8pm
Reading, Q-and-A, Booksigning
Fellowship Hall, First Cong. Church,
206 Main Street, Williamstown

Monday October 15, 2012, 7pm
Book Discussion With Author
Congregation Beth Israel,
53 Lois Street, North Adams

Free and open to the public; all are welcome!

“The Hour of Sunlight fills an important void in our understanding of entrenched international conflicts by detailing the rare process whereby an extraordinary person develops deep empathy and compassion for an enemy, and then goes one step further to work on the ground to advance peace. “ —Peter Weinberger, United States Institute of Peace

And Reb Rachel adds: “This is an exciting opportunity for members of our community to hear a perspective on Israel and Palestine which we don’t usually encounter. I found Jen and Sami’s book to be eye-opening and thought-provoking. It isn’t always comfortable to read, but I think it’s an ultimately inspiring story of how one Palestinian man moved from radicalism to compassion and a deep desire for coexistence and peace.”

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