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Zoughbi Zoughbi is the founder and director of Wiam, The Palestinian Conflict Transformation Center. Wiam is a grassroots organization that believes in multi-track diplomacy. Zoughbi has done a lot of graduate work in interdisciplinary studies in different universities around the World (Notre Dame University, Brandise, Eastern Mennonite University, Catholic University.) Zoughbi is a human rights and non-violent activist. Zoughbi has traveled around the world as a renowned lecturer and speaker on interdisciplinary issues. He is the author of many books, booklets, and manuals on Peace and Justice related topics.
Omar Haramy is an Orthodox Christian. His family has deep connections to Jerusalem and specifically to the Church of the Resurrection in Jerusalem. According to tradition, the Haramy family was among the first families in Jerusalem to announce that Jesus was no longer in the grave.
Through his work with Sabeel, Omar’s tries to witness to the resurrected Christ. He is also a member of the Kairos Palestine Steering Committee.
Facilitator: Tamar Haddad is the ASWR Coordinator for Churches for Middle East Peace (CMEP) - Palestinian Christian based in Jerusalem. Tamar is the author of the book "The Future of Palestine: How Discrimination Hinders Change.” She also was hugely impacted by her involvement in many phenomenal leadership programs like MEPI - Student Leaders Program, International Women Leaders, and the Clinton Global Initiative University. This led her to start Yalla - Palestinian Student Leaders, which develops the leadership skills of up to twenty Palestinian undergraduates every summer in Palestinian academic institutions. Yalla also helps the students design and implement projects that positively impact the Palestinian community. She previously served as a project manager for gender justice for the Evangelical Lutheran church in Jordan and the Holy Land (ELCJHL). She spent the summer of 2023 living in Boston working at a church serving in local ministry.