Date of Birth: June 12, 1962; Legal Status: US Citizen;
Address: SIS, American University, 4400 Massachusetts Ave, Washington DC 20016
Tel. 202 885 1656, Fax 202 885 1661, E-Mail: email@example.com
YEAR INSTITUTE SUBJECT DEGREE
1989-1993 George Mason University Conflict Resolution Ph.D. Fairfax, VA
1984-1987 Hebrew University Education Master Jerusalem
1981-1984 Hebrew University Sociology and Edu. Bachelor Jerusalem
1983-1984 Wahat Al/Salam Facilitation training Certificate Jerusalem
2007-present Full Professor, School of International Service (SIS), International Peace and Conflict Resolution, American University, Washington DC.
1997-2007 Assistant and Associate Professor, School of International Service (SIS), International Peace and Conflict Resolution, American University, Washington DC.
1997-present Associate Faculty, Conflict Transformation Program, Summer Institute, Eastern Mennonite University, Harisonburg, VA.
2003-present Senior Fellow, United Nations Peace University, Costa Rica
1993-1997 Assistant Professor in Sociology, Guilford College, Greensboro, North Carolina.
1996-1997 Associate Faculty, Conflict Resolution Program, McGregor School of Antioch University, Yellow Spring, Ohio.
OTHER PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS
2000- present Director of Peacebuilding and Development Institute, School of International Service, American University.
1997-present Director of The Conflict Resolution Skills Institutes, School of International Service, International Peace and Conflict Resolution Program, American University.
2002- Present Director and Founder of Salam: Peacebuilding and Justice Institute
1995-1997 Director, Conflict Resolution Resource Center, Guilford College, Greensboro, NC.
1995 Coordinator of the Peace and Conflict Studies, Guilford College.
1989-1992 Research Assistant, Center for Conflict Analysis and Resolution, George Mason University, VA.
1992-1993 Curriculum Developer (with Macro International), Silver Spring, MD.
1987-1989 Program Coordinator: Arab-Jewish Relations in Arab Schools, Van Leer Institution, Jerusalem.
1984-1988 Senior Counselor and Trainer, Institute for Arab-Jewish Education for Co-Existence.
HONORS AND FELLOWSHIPS
2007-2008 Jennings Randolph Senior Peace Fellow –USIP
2007 IDRC Second Grant for Journal of Peacebuilding and Development, Center for Global peace.
2007-2008 Smith Richardson grant for evaluation of Madarasa in Pakistan
2007 Promoted to Full Professor at SIS/AU
2007 The Reconciliation and Justice Book was selected as the Berghof Foundation's 100 essential books for conflict transformation.
2006- 2005 Principal investigator. Democracy, Good Governance, and Leadership (Georgia-Abkhazia). World Learning
2005 Principal investigator for Learning Each Other Historical Narrative. Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, Citizen Exchange office (USA). Partnership with PRIME.
2005 Co Principal investigator for IDRC grant for Journal of Peacebuilding and Development (JPD). Center for Global Peace
2005 Morton Deutsch Award 2005, from the Society for the Study of Peace, Conflict, and Violence, Division 48 of the American Psychological Association, for contribution to the field of peacebuilding and conflict resolution.
2005 Principal investigator for Wilson Center Grant for Training for Trainers in Conflict Resolution. PBDI.
2004 Faculty Research Award for summer 2004, for interfaith project in
the Middle East.
2004 Principal investigator for Cypriots Youth Community Leadership and Peace. AMIDEAST (Summer Peacebuilding and Development, American University).
2004 Awarded as the principal investigator a research grant on School for Peace,
Neveshalom/Wahat Al Salam, Friends of Neve Shalom/Wahat Al Salam
2003 Outstanding Teaching Award in Full Time Appointment for 2002-2003
2003 Teaching Excellence Award, American Political Science Association.
2002-2003 Visiting Fellowship at the Joan B. Kroc Institute, Notre Dame University.
2001-2003 Principal investigator for a grant provided by the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, Citizen Exchange office (USA), on: Uneasy Partners: Amalgamating Human Rights and Peace in Israeli-Palestinian Conflict.
2001-2002 United States Institute for Peace (USIP). Solicited. A research grant on
Peacebuilding and Islam.
1999-2000 Visiting Research Fellow, Harry Truman Institute for the Advancement of Peace.
2001 American University, Faculty Development Funds, Developed new course on Reconciliation, Summer 2001.
2000 SIS, Faculty Development Funds, Field Research on Conflict Resolution and Culture.
1995-97 Annual Kenan Grant for Faculty Development, Guilford College, NC
1996 Fellowship from the American Research Center in Egypt, New York, 1996-97.
1991 Dissertation Grant, The Ford Foundation: The Middle East Division of Individual Grants, New York, 1991-93.
1991 A "Peace Scholar" Award-USIP (United States Institute for Peace), Washington, D.C, September 1991-September 1992.
1990 Graduate Fellowship, George Mason University, Fairfax, VA, 1990-1992.
1989 Fellowship from USIFE (United States-Israel Foundation for Education), Tel-Aviv, July 1989-July 1991.
1987 Cum Laude, Hebrew University
Conflict Resolution Between Arabs and Jews in Israel: A Study of Six Intervention Models, George Mason University, VA, May 1993.
2001- present. Cofounder and Co editor of Journal of Peace building and Development
Volume 1. No. 1and 2, 2003 Volume 2, No. 3 2006
Volume 2. No. 1 and 2, 2004 Volume 3. No. 1, 2005
Volume 3. No. 2, 2006 Volume 4.1, 2007
Peace-Building By, Between and Beyond Muslims and Evangelical Christians, Mohammed Abu-Nimer and David Augsburger, eds. (Rowman and Little Field).
Unity in Diversity: Interfaith Dialogue in the Middle East. Mohammed Abu-Nimer, Amal Khoury, and Emily Welty Washington DC: USIP, 2007.
Interfaith Dialogue: A Guide For Muslims. (with Muhammad Shafiq) Herendon, Virginia: International Institute for Islamic Thought (IIT), 2007.
A Shared Future: Local Capacities for Peace in Community Development. Michelle Garred. (Ed) with Mohammed Abu-Nimer. CA: World Vision. 2006.
Modern Islamic Thought: Dynamic, Not Static. (Eds.) Said Abdul Aziz, Mohammed Abu-Nimer, and Meena Sharify-Funk. New York. Routledge Press. 2006.
Nonviolence and Peacebuilding in Islamic: Theory and Practice. Gainesville, FL.: University Press of Florida, 2003.
Positive Approaches for Peace. (Eds.) Cynthia Sampson. Mohammed Abu-Nimer. Claudia Liebler. Washington DC: PACT publications, 2003.
Reconciliation, Coexistence, and Justice: Theory and Practice. (Ed.) New York: Rowman & Little Field, 2001.
Traditions and Transitions in Israel Studies: (Books on Israel, Volume 6), edited by Laura Zittrain Eisenberg, Neil Caplan, Naomi B. Sokoloff and Mohammed Abu-Nimer. 2002.
Dialogue, Conflict Resolution and Change: Arab-Jewish Encounters in Israel, SUNY Press, Spring 1999
ARTICLES IN REFEREED JOURNALS:
Abu-Nimer, Mohammed and Ayse Kadayifci. Muslim Peace Building Actors in Africa and the Balkans.
(Peace and Change Journal, forthcoming July 2008).
“Religious Contribution to Dialogue and Nonviolence Actions in Israeli-Palestinian Conflict:
Possibilities and Obstacles.” Palestinian Society and History Review. Vol. 2. Spring 2007 (Arabic).
“We make Friends with Our Enemies.” Yale Israel Journal, Special Issue on Israel Palestine Elections,
“Religion, Dialogue, and Nonviolence Actions in Israeli-Palestinian Conflict.” International Journal of
Politics, Culture and Society Vol. 17, No. 3 (Spring 2004).
“Change Through Dialogue: The Case of Arab-Jewish Encounters in Israel.” Journal of Social Issues
(Special Issue on: Improving Arab-Jewish Relations in Israel: Theory and Practice in Coexistence Education Programs, 60 (2) 2004.
“Israeli-Palestinian Dialogue in the Second Intifada: between Despair and Hope.” Global Dialogue. vol.
4, no. 3, summer 2002, 130-1143.
“Another Voice Against the War” The Arab World Geographer Vol. 4, no.2, 2001 (pp. 15-18).
“Conflict Resolution, Culture, and Religion: Toward a Training Model of Interreligious Peacebuilding.”
Journal of Peace Research, 38. 6 (Nov. 2001): 685-704.
“A Framework for Nonviolence and Peacebuilding in Islam.” Journal of Law and Religion. (Vol. 15 nos.1 and 2, 2001).
“Peace-Building in Postsettlement: Challenges for Israeli and Palestinian Peace Education. Peace and
Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology, Vol. 6 No. 1, 2000 (1-21).
“Conflict Resolution Training in The Middle East: Lessons To Be Learned. International Negotiation: A Journal of Theory and Practice, Special Issue on International Training of Conflict Resolution, 3:99-116, 1998.
“Conflict Resolution and Islam: Some Conceptual Questions”. Peace and Change, Vol. 21, January,
“Conflict Resolution Approaches: Western and Middle Eastern Lessons and Possibilities.” American
Journal of Economics and Sociology, Vol. 55, No. 1. January, 1996 (pp.35-52).
ARTICLES IN EDITED BOOKS
“Taking Responsibility for Reconciliation.” In; No Peace without Forgiveness? By: Michael Henderson
London: Baylor University Press, 2008 (Forthcoming).
“The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict. ” (With Simona Sharoni). In: Understanding the Contemporary Middle
East, 3nd edition, Ed. Jillian Schwedler, Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner Press, (Forthcoming 2008).
“The Role of Religious Peacebuilding in Traumatized Societies: From Withdrawal to Forgiveness.”
Peacebuilding in Traumatized Societies. In Barry Hart (University Press of America, forthcoming
“Peace Education in a Bilingual and Bi-ethnic School for Palestinians and Jews in Israel: Lessons and
Challenges” Ilham Nasser and Mohammed Abu-Nimer . In: Educational Response to Conflict: Systemic issues. Edited by Zvi Bekerman and Claire McGlynn Palgrave Mcmillan, 2007
Mohammed Abu Nimer and Ned Lazarus. “The Peacebuilder’s Paradox and the Dynamics of Dialogue:
Psychosocial Approaches to Israeli/Palestinian Peacebuilding.” In: "Beyond Bullets and Bombs:
Grassroots Peacebuilding between Palestinians and Israelis.. J. Kuriansky ed. Greenwood Press,
“Bridging Conflict Resolution and Human Rights: Promises and Challenges.” In: Human Rights and
Conflict. (Eds.). Julie Mertus and Jeff Helsing (Eds.) Washington DC: USIP April 2006.
“Nonviolent Action in Israel and Palestine: A Growing Force.” In: Bridging the Divide: Peacebuilding
in Israeli-Palestinian Conflict. (Eds.). Edy Kaufman, Walid Salem, and Juliette Verhoeven. New
York: Lynne Rienner, 2006. (Also Translated into Italian)
"Pax Americana and the Bush Doctrine in the Middle East: An Arab Post-Iraq War Perspective" in War
and Border Crossings. (ed.) Peter French Rowman and Littlefield , MD. 2005.
“Federalism in Islam: Principles and Values.” In: Federalism Tool for Conflict Management in
multicultural societies with regard to the conflicts in the Middle East Thomas Fleiner. The
Institute of Federalism Fribourg, Switzerland. (Forthcoming)
(With Amal Khoury) “September 11 and the Palestinian Reaction: No Win.” In Multiple Voices. Notre
Dame University. Scott Appleby and Abdul Rasheid Omar (Forthcoming).
“Toward the Theory and Practice of Positive Approaches to Peacebuilding.” In: Positive Approaches for
Peace. (Eds.) Cynthia Sampson. Mohammed Abu-Nimer. Claudia Liebler. Washington DC: PACT publications, 2003.
(With Amal Khoury and Lynn Kunkle). The Muslim World Reacts to September 11. History Behind The
Headlines. The Origins of Conflicts Worldwide. Vol. 5. (Ed) Nancy Matuzak. New York:
Thompson Gale. (pp. 209-244)
“Seeking Justice and Reconciliation through Arab-Jewish Coexistence Encounters in Israel.” In
Reconciliation in Global Perspective: Theory and Practice. (Ed.) Alice Akermann. (Washington, DC: USIP, Forthcoming 2004).
“The Miracles of Transformation through Interfaith Dialogue: Are you a Believer?” in: Interfaith
Dialogue. (Ed) David Smock. Washington DC.: USIP, 2002.
“Reconciliation and Justice in Arab-Jewish Dialogue in Israel: Potential and Challenges”. Reconciliation, Justice, and Coexistence: Theory and Practice. Mohammed Abu-Nimer (Ed.) New York: Rowman and Littlefield, 2001.
“Conflict Resolution in Islamic context.” Conflict Resolution in Islam. Abdul Aziz Said, Nathan Funk
and Ayse Kadayifici (Eds.), Lanham and New York: University Press of America, 2001.
“Contrasts in Conflict Management in Cleveland and Palestine.” Traditional Cures For Modern Conflicts: African Conflict “Medicine”. William Zartman (ed.), Boulder, CO.: Lynne Rienners, 2000.
Abu-Nimer, M. and Sharoni, Shimona. “The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict.” Understanding The Contemporary Middle East. (Ed.) Deborah Gerner, Boulder, CO.: Lynne Rienners, (2000 and 2004 .
“Dialogue and National Consensus: Israeli and Palestinian Peace Activists Pre-Madrid Conference: Dilemmas of Israeli and Palestinian Peace Activists.” Books on Israel, K. Avruch (Ed.), New York: SUNY Press, 1997.
“Conflict Resolution Between Arabs and Jews in Israel: A Case of Change and Control.” in Education in Divided Societies (Ed.) Peter Lemish, Haifa, Israel, 1996.
BOOK REVIEWS AND FOREWORDS
A book review of Peacemakers in Action: Profiles of Religion in Conflict Resolution, by David Little
(ed.) For Journal of Law and Religion (2008 Forthcoming).
“Introduction” for Stories of Peace from Philippines. Edited by: Antoinette Hildering. CIDSE Asia
Forum in Brussels (forthcoming April 2007).
A foreword for Michelle Le Baron. Bridging Cultural Conflicts. Jossy-Bass, San Francisco 2003.
Palestinian Citizens in an Ethnic Jewish State: Identities in Conflict. Nadim Rouhana (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1997). A book review for the Journal of Palestinian Studies, Spring 2001.
A foreword for Women and Interethnic Dialogue. Special series on dialogue by International Fellowship of Reconciliation (IFOR). 2001.
Culture and Conflict Resolution. Kevin Avruch (Washington, DC.: USIP, 1998). A book review for Peace and Change, Vol. 26, No.1, January 2000, 106-108.
On the Margin: The Arab Population in Israel’s Economy, By Aziz Haider (New York St. Martin’s Press, 1995) A book review for the Journal of Middle East Studies, Vol. 4. No. 3, 1998.
Building Peace in the Middle East: Challenges for States and Civil Societies. By Elise Boulding. A book
Review in DOMES (Digest of Middle East Studies), Volume 3, No. 2 Spring 1994 (pp. 29-36).
GENERAL PUBLICATIONS: REPORTS, MANUALS, ETC.
Strategic Assessment for Muslim Peace Secretary. Sri Lanka, September 2007.
Final Assessment Report of People Forum in Sri Lanka. AED. June, 2007.
Final Assessment of OTI (Office of Transitional Initiative) Peacebuilding and Development Project in
Sri Lanka: 2003-2007. Social Impact May, 2007.
Principles and strategies of Peacebuilding Training. In Leadership and Building state Capacity:
Combining the skills of Diplomats and Trainers. Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholar. Washington DC. 2006.
Muslim-Christian Conversations For Peace. Fuller Theological Seminary & Salam Institute of Peace
and Justice. David Augsburger and Mohammed Abu-Nimer. August 2006.
Interfaith Dialogue: A Guide For Muslims (With Dr. Muhammad Shafiq), Center for Interfaith Studies
and Dialogue (CISD) Salam: Peace and Justice Institute, Nov. 2006
Forum for Intercultural Dialogue in Egypt: A Five Years Assessment. A Report compiled for CEOSS
(Coptic Evangelical Social Service), 2006.
Role of Religion in Peace Processes: Christian and Muslim Interfaith and Peacebuilding Organizations
in Balkan and Great Lakes. (With Ayse Kadayfci and Tsjard) report presented to Netherlands Foreign Ministry and Clingendale Institute). January, 2006.
Muslim Peace and Interfaith organizations in Balkan and Great Lakes: An Assessment. (with Ayse
Kadayfci) Prsented to Netherlands Foreign Ministry and Clingendale Institute. November, 2005.
Arab Jewish public Library Project: An Evaluation Report. Doroub Center for Leadership and training
Galilee, Israel. November, 2005. (with Ilham Nasser)
Neve Shalom/Wahat Al Salam, School for Peace: An Evaluation Report on Bilingual Education and
Peace, 1994-2004) (A Grant administered by Center for Global Peace-SIS, AU), 2005.
Ten Years of Seeds of Peace: An Evaluation Report (1993-2005). (Social Impact Washington DC.
“Integrating Peacebuilding and Development in Area Development Program of Sarangani, Mindanao.”
An Evaluation report for World Vision Foundation, Philippines. 2004.
“We the Peacemakers: Teach-In to Congress for Middle East Peace.” In Tikkon Magazine: A
critique of Politics, Culture, and Society. July/August 2004.
Interfaith Peacebuilding Guide. A Training Manual sponsored by URI: United Religious Initiative. 2004
(with Claudia Leibler, Barbara Hartford, and Susana McIIwaine Cynthia Sampson .www.uri.org)
“Interfaith Dialogue in Israel-Palestine: Why It matters.” In: Waging Peace A Two-Part Discussion of Religion-Based Peacemaking. National Cathedral and USIP. 2003.
“Tolerance and Pluralism in Palestinian School Text Books.” A report for Israeli Palestinian Center for
Research and Information (IPCRI). 2003. (With Salem Awaies).
“Graduate Peace Education Curriculum.” Designed (with Mary King) a proposed peace education
graduate program, United Nations Peace University. Costa Rica. April, 2003.
“Values of peacebuilding and nonviolence in Islam.” The American Muslim (Online Journal)
“Peacebuilding in Development Context: CRS in Morocco.” A feasibility study, August 2000.
“Intercommunity and Intracommunity Peacebuilding Projects in Sri Lanka.”A special report for CARE and IMTD, 1999.
Mohammed Abu-Nimer and Tala’t Kaisi. Introduction to Conflict Resolution, Lebanese Center for Public Policy Studies, 1999 (Arabic). (A manual and edited book: translated and compiled)
“Peacebuilding and Justice in Islamic Context.” A special paper for Catholic Relief Services, 1999.
“Muslim, Christian, and Jewish Youth Summer Camp.” A Report on including Muslim youth in interreligious summer camp, for E Pluribus Unum Project, 1999.
J. Rife, M. Abu-Nimer, And R. Bailey. Americorps Cross Cultural Education Service System: An Annual Report Program, Greensboro, NC 1996 and 1997.
“Non-Western Approaches to Conflict Resolution: Lessons from A Workshop in Gaza.” COPRED Peace Chronicle, Vol. 20, NO. 1, March 1995.
Conflict Resolution Skills: A Training Manual, Part 1 and 2. Developed for the U.S. Center for Substance Abuse Prevention (CSAP) Under the: Community Partnership Training Program, Silver Spring, Maryland, 1993. (Community Partnership in Office for Substance Abuse and Prevention).
J. Montville, J. Winkler, A. Marshal, D. Garner, M. Wihelm, M. Abu-Nimer, and H. Merwe.
Assessment of Opportunities and Considerations for Palestinian-Israeli Cooperation DAI
(Development Alternative Incorporation), Bethesda, Maryland, 1992.
Abu-Nimer, M. and Robinson Victor. “Who Are these Crazy People who Support Saddam?” Capitol Area Peace Studies Chronicle Vo. 2, No. 8. Jan. 1991.
Ilham Nasser and Mohammed Abu-Nimer Masuliaty (My Responsibility), The Institute for Education
for Co-Existence Between Arabs and Jews in Israel, Jerusalem, 1986. (Arabic)
Abu-Nimer, M. and Nasser, I., A Handbook For Social Education Activities. (Translated from Hebrew
to Arabic) (By: Abraham Himo, 1985),1988.
NEWSPAPER AND MAGAZINE ARTICLES
"Solution without Muslims will backfire", Daily Mirror Sri Lnka Newspaper. Also appeared in
Community Portal of Sri Lanka Muslims. 9.17/2007
“Israelis, Palestinians must promote peace culture” News Day. July 1, 2007
“Americans glimpse the 'real' Iran.” by Qamar-ul Huda, Mohammed Abu-Nimer and Ayse Kadayifci
Common Ground News Service. 18 December 2007
“We Make Peace With Our Enemies.” Al Ahram Weekly, 16-22, 2006, Issue No. 786;
“Islam and the West: can interfaith dialogue perform a miracle?”, Al Arab Online February 21, 2006;
Search For Common Ground News, February , 14, 2006;
“Viewpoint: Let go of CPT peace workers in Iraq!” Middle East Times. December 9, 2005;
Al Quds Newspaper. December 10, 2005. Al-Hayat Newspaper, 12, 10, 2005.
"Speak and act before it is too late." Appeared in Alhayat 12/5/2005); Associate Press; Middle East
Times, (12/9/2005 and 12/15/2005); Al Quds Newspaper (12/12/2005); Search For Common Ground News.
“Islam Fighting the Darkness within.” Peace & Conflict Monitor, UN-University for Peace. December
“Nonviolence Values and Principles in Islam.” Fellowship Reconciliation Magazine, September-
“Nonviolence is in Sync with Islam” Al-Hayat newspaper (Arabic and English). August 29, 2003.
(Also Middle East Times, Sept. 5, 2003)
International Peace Studies at the University of Notre Dame
“Genug ist genug!” Konflikte und Friedensarbeit, No. 20, July 2002 (German Magazine).
“Where are all the Moderates?” Newsday, April 14, 2002.
“Islam: el mensaje mal descrito” La Vanguardia, December 2001.
“Another Voice Against the War” International Studies Association, Newsletter December 2001.
“A Time For Change” Cauxmunique, December 2001.
“Otra voz contra la guerra” La Vanguardia, No.43, September 22, 2001 (Major Newspaper in Spain-
500,000 Copies Circulation).
“Attacks Could be Long Term Mistake” American Weekly, Vol. 5, no. 5, September 25, 2001
“Islamic Principles and Values of Peacemaking” Cantilevers, Vol. 7, Winter 1999-2000
“Another Voice Against the War” International Studies Association, Newsletter December 2001
“Islamic Approaches to Dialogue: Challenges and Possibilities.” (with Muhammad Sahfiq). Annual
Conference of AMSS (Association of Muslim Scientist of North America. University of
Maryland, October 27-28, 2007.
“Peace Education Under Occupation.” Paper presented at George Mason University.
Human Development Program on: Education under Occupation. November 2006.
“Islamic Model of Conflict Resolution: Principles And Challenges.” Conference on: Islamic Reform
Relating to Conflict and Peace. USIP, Carter Hall, VA, August 2006.
Discussant on the Panel: Islamic-Western Relationships: Challenges and Implications for National and
Global Securities. International Studies Association (ISA). Hawaii, March 3, 2005.
“Interfaith Peacebuilding in Israel-Palestine: From Sacred to Political.” International Studies
Association (ISA). Hawaii, March 4, 2005.
Discussant on the Panel: New Challenges in Linking Peacebuilding and Development. International
Studies Association (ISA). Hawaii, March 4, 2005.
“Federalism in Islam: Principles and Values.” A paper presented at: Federalism Tool for Conflict
Management in Multicultural Societies With Regard to the Conflicts in the Middle East
Organized by the Institute of Federalism Fribourg, Switzerland. March 2004.
“Islam, Democracy and Conflict Resolution.” A paper presented at Islamic Synthesis Conference.
Alexandria, Egypt. October 2003.
“Islamic Source of Nonviolence and Peace.” George Mason University. ICAR. Doctoral Alumni
Conference. Sept 2002.
“Islam, Non-violence, and Pacifism.” Religious Traditions of Pacifism in Times of War New York The
Carnegie Council on Ethics and International Affairs. New York. Oct 2002.
“Sources of Peacemaking in Islamic Cultural and Religious Context.” AMSS. International Seminar on
Peace, Jihad and Conflict Resolution held Nov 2 – 3, 2002, in Washington, DC
“Reconciliation and Justice: Arab-Jewish Relations in Israel.” Annual Conference of International
Studies Association, New Orleans, March 2002.
“Islamic Resources for Peacebuilding” Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies, In Multiple Voices
Conference, April 2002.
“Palestine: USA Policy towards Palestinian Authority in Post September 11.” Kroc Institute for
International Peace Studies, In Multiple Voices Conference, April 2002.
“Reconciliation and Coexistence Between Arabs and Jews in Israel: Challenges and Possibilities.”
Annual Conference of the Association of Israeli Studies, American University, Washington DC.
“Conflict Resolution and Democracy: The Missing Link.” Annual Conference of World Movement for Democracy. Sao Paulo, Brazil, November 2000.
“Peacebuilding in Islam: Challenges and Potential.” A paper presented at MSSA (Muslim Social Science Association) Annual Conference, Georgetown, DC, October 2000.
“Palestinians in Israel: Between Separation and Assimilation.” A paper presented at: Middle East Studies Association (MESA) annual conference in Orlando, Florida, November, 2000.
“Arabs and Jews in Israel in a Crossroad: Assimilation, Separation, or Pluralism.” A poster session paper at the American Political Science Association Annual Conference (APSA), DC, 2000.
“Arab-Jewish Dialogue In Israel.” Special Forum for Truman Institute Fellows, Jerusalem, May 2000.
Abu-Nimer, M. and Davis V. “Culture in Conflict Resolution Training.” Annual Conference of
COPRED and Peace Study Association, Siena College, Albany, New York, April 1999.
“Peacebuilding in Islamic Context.” National Conference on Peacemaking and Conflict Resolution (NCPCR), Phoenix, Arizona, May 1999.
“Diversity and Conflict Resolution Training.” A paper presented at the annual conference of COPRED and Peace Studies Association, North Newton, Kansas, April, 1998. (with Victor Robinson).
“Israeli-Palestinian Education for Peace: New Challenges in New Century.” A paper presented at the annual conference Middle East Studies Association (MESA), San Francisco, November, 1997.
“Conflict Resolution Training Workshops in the Middle East: Lessons to be Learned.” A Paper presented at the Washington Negotiation Group, SAIS, John Hopkins University, 1997.
“Islam and Non Violence: A Practitioner Perspective.” A paper presented at the conference on Islam and
Non Violence. Washington, DC 1997. Sponsored by the Peace and Conflict Resolution Program
and Non Violence International Center at American University.
“Arab-Jewish Relations in Israel: The Coexistence Field.” A paper presented at the annual meeting of
The National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Council, New York, June 1995. (Invited and Published in the NJCRAC report).
“North American Model of Conflict Resolution: Critique and Adaptation.” Chair of panel in NCPCR
(National conference for Peace Making and Conflict Resolution), St. Paul Minnesota, June 1995.
“Can Western Conflict Resolution Approach be Applied in A Middle Eastern Context?” Presented at the ASA (American Sociology Association), annual meeting, Los Angeles, August 1994.
“Arab-Jewish Relations in Israel in the Aftermath of an Israeli-Palestinian Settlement.” Presented at the
IAS (Israeli Association Studies) Annual meeting, Gratz College, Philadelphia, June 1994.
“Conflict Resolution and Intergroup Relations.” A paper presented at the Second Conflict Resolution
Conference in the Middle East, Antalya, Turkey, November 1993. (Sponsored by Search for Common Ground). (Invited and a summary of the paper appeared in SCG newsletter).
“Conflict Resolution and Islam: Some Conceptual Questions.” A paper presented at the Fundamentalism Project Conference (sponsored by the American Academy of Art and Science in Washington D.C., February 1993) (Invited and used to publish a working paper on the subject).
“Eastern and Western Models of Negotiation.” A paper presented at the Washington Interest in
Negotiation (WIN), SAIS (School of Advance International Studies, at John Hopkins University, 1993 (Invited).
“Conflict Resolution Models between Arabs and Jews in Israel a Case of Control or Change?” A paper presented at MESA (Middle East Studies Association), Portland, October 1992.
“Dispute Resolution in a Middle Eastern Community.” Annual Meeting of Middle East Studies
Association (MESA) Portland, Oregon, October 1992.
“Intervention Models of Conflict Resolution in Arab Jewish Relations.” A paper presented at IAS
(Israeli Association Studies). University of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, May 1992.
“Cross Cultural Conflict Resolution: Exploring Preliminary Steps.”(With Rebecca Edelson)
Presentation at the Society Of Professionals In Dispute Resolution (SPIDER), Washington D.C.
“The Non Violent Aspects of the Uprising.” A paper presented at the Society for the Study of Social
Problems Conference (SSSP), Washington, D.C., August 1990.
“The Intifada as a Step Toward Conflict Resolution.” (with S. Sharoni). Conference of the Consortium for Peace Research, Education, and Development (COPRED), Denver, Colorado, Sept. 1989.
“Impacts of the Palestinian Uprising on Women.” Institute for Conflict Analysis and Resolution, George
CONFERENCE PANELS / CHAIR / KEY NOTE SPEAKER (selected)
2007 State of the Field: A Research Agenda for Conflict Resolution, at Point of View: The Center for
Advanced Studies in Conflict Dynamics and Intervention Workshop Program, 30, 2007.
2007 Reconciliation and Justice: What Might Guilford Do Now. A keynote speaker at Guilford
College. Greensboro, NC April 2, 2007.
2007 "Understanding Mideast Tensions and Hopes." Loyola University of Chicago, a conference on Peacemaking in an Age of Terror" March 20-22, 2007.
2007 Nonviolence and Peace in Islam. Residential Institute Keynote, Conflict Resolution Program at
Nova Southeastern University (NSU), October 2007.
2007 Religion and Peace: Interfaith Dialogue in the Middle East. A Keynote for the Goldstein Chair at
Washington College, November 10, 2007.
2007 Alternatives to War and Violence: An Islamic Perspective. (with Jamal Badawi). A conference on Abrahamic Perspectives on Alternatives to War" Sponsored by: Churches’ Center for Theology and Public Policy, June 13-15, 2007
2006 New Orleans. The Morton Deutsch Award Keynote lecture for Division 48. American
Psychology Association Annual Conference meeting. August 8
2006 Religious Peacebuilding and Faith-Based Mediation: The Challenge of Jerusalem.
Tantur Ecumenical Institute, Jerusalem. A Conference and Dialogue sponsored by, The Program in Religion, Conflict and Peacebuilding, The Joan B. Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies, University of Notre Dame. March 14-16, 2006
2006 Chaired First Annual Conference on: Muslim Peacebuilding: Approaches and Practices. Salam
Institute and Islamic Society of North American (ISANA ) April 2006.
2006 Co-chaired a conference on: Christian- Muslim Dialogue. Fuller Seminary and Salam Institute. Passadena, California. April 2006.
2006 Moderated a Panel on : How the Tsunami Affected the Conflicts in Aceh and Sri Lanka, A Symposium on Lessons of Recovery Aid After the 2004 Tsunami. Peacebuilding and Development Institute. (PBDI). American University.
2005 Chaired a Panel on “Religion and Nonviolence.” In: Celebrating Nonviolence and International Conference in Palestine. Sponsored by Nonviolence International. 12/27-30/ 2005.
2005 Presented on “Islam and Nonviolence” In: Celebrating Nonviolence and International Conference in Palestine. Sponsored by Nonviolence International. 12/27-30/ 2005.
2005 Keynote speaker on: Interfaith Dialogue and Nonviolence resistance in Israel Palestine. At conference: Ending the Silence: Working for Just Peace in Palestine and Israel. Denver. Friends of Sabeel in North America. October 21-22, 2005
2005 Facilitated a panel with Vise President of Sudan (Kiri) on Sudanese Peace Process. (Sponsored by Peacebuilding Institute, American University.
2005 Netherlands. Hague International Conference on Role of Religion in Peace Processes. Chaired opening session and presented report findings on Muslim Peace and Interfaith organizations. Hosted by Netherlands Foreign Ministry and Clingendale Institute.
2004 Keynote speaker on: The Arab American and Muslim Experience After September 11 at Racial
Legacies & Learning xii: How To Talk About Race, The Twelfth Town Meeting With Higher
Education and Its Community Partners, Harry T. Wilks Conference Center, Miami University Hamilton.
2004 Keynote speaker at the Friends Committee on National Legislation Annual Meeting
“Challenges and Possibilities in Interfaith Peacebuilding: A Muslim Perspective.” Georgetown
University Conference Center
2004 Keynote speaker for Pendle Hell Peace Network. Conference on Walking the Way of Peace:
“Reconciliation in the Face of Horror”
2004 Keynote speaker Israel-Palestine 2004: From Despair and Violence to Advocacy and Activism for Peace, Olympia, Washington, Evergreen College, Peace and Justice Studies.
2004 Lecture on Human Rights and Peace in Israel Palestine, University of Maryland Center for Conflict Management.
2003 Key note speaker: Appreciating Diversity: A Foundation for Peace and Justice. Cultural Diversity conference. Middle Tennessee State University October 30.
2003 Chaired a Panel on Islam, Nonviolence and Reconciliation. Islamic Synthesis Conference, Alexandria, Egypt October 2-4. A closed conference sponsored by Alexandria Library and American University.
2003 Chaired a Panel on Pax Americana and the Bush Doctrine: What is Peace When is Peace?
Panel was part of a larger conference on Ethics When Cultures Clash. Sponsored by: The Joan and David Lincoln Center for Applied Ethics, Arizona State University, February 27-28.
2003 Respondent in a panel on: Resisting Terror: Women, Agency, and the Micro Politics of the Sri Lanka Every Day Life. The panel was part of Joan Kroc conference on: Women and the Contested State: Religion, Violence and Agency in South Asia. April 11-12, 2003, University of Notre Dame. (A Conference by the Religion, Conflict and Peacebuilding Program).
2002 Embracing Cultural Diversity and Religions as Peace-Building Forces. Conference of the Global Network of Religions for Children (GNRC). NY, Mary Knoll Arigatou Foundation. May13.
2002 Chaired a panel on Evaluation of Peacebuilding Intervention. Annual Conference of International Studies Association, New Orleans, March 2002.
2001 Co-Chaired (with Cynthia Sampson) an international conference on: Positive Approaches to Peacebuilding. American University, Washington DC.
2001 Chaired a Panel on: Conflict, Peace, and Integration. International Studies Association (ISA). Chicago, February 2001.
2000 Chaired and organized a panel on: Conflict Resolution. Pluralism and Democracy: The Promise and Challenge. Annual Conference of World Movement for Democracy, Sao Paulo, Brazil. (Sponsored by National Endowment for Democracy).
1999 Organized and chaired an international conference on: Justice and Peace through Reconciliation,
and Coexistence Alternatives, American University, Washington DC.
1999 Participated in a working group discussion on Future of Interreligious Cooperation in Bosnia and Hertzegovina, USIP, Washington DC (organized by David Little).
1999 Discussant in a panel with Saadia Toval. “Arab Citizens in Israel: National to Multicultural Options.” Association for Israeli Studies (AIS), American University, Washington, DC.
1998 Chaired a panel on: “Alternative Models of Coexistence.” In Cultural Diversity in Islam
Conference, Sponsored by Islamic Said Farsi Chair of Islamic Peace, at the American University.
1998 Panel on the Middle East Peace and Iraq Crises, Moral Rearmament, Vermont College,
Washington, DC, 1998.
1997 Moderated a panel on “Sharing Jerusalem: Two Capitals for Two Nations,” at American University, sponsored by Middle East Task Force, Center for Global Peace and AU Movement for Global Justice.
2006 - Pres. Faculty Chair of SIS Ph.D. Committee
2004-2005 And (1998-2002) SIS, Ph.D. Student Committee
2000-2002 AU Undergraduate committee
2000-2003 Middle-State University Review Committee
1998-1999 AU Graduate Students Senate Committee.
1998 IPCR Curriculum Committee, American University
1998 IPCR Internship Coordinator, American University
1995-1997 Intercultural Studies Committee, Guilford College
1994-1997 Peace and Conflict Studies Committee, Guilford College
1995 Chair of the Peace and Conflict Studies Committee, Guilford College.
1994 The Judicial Board Committee, Guilford College
ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIP (Selected)
2007 Advisory Board of Arab Center for Law and Policy
2007 Review Panel for World Peace Index
2007 Review Board of Standard Research Grants program of the Social Sciences
and Humanities Research Council of Canada
2007 Review Board of The Research Council of Norway
2006-Present Coexistence International Advisory Board, Brandies University.
2006-Present Editorial Board of International Journal of Transitional Justice. Oxford University Press.
2006-Present Steering Committee for the Alternatives to War Consultation
2007-present International Board of American Israel Palestine MIDI Music Program
2006-Present Mosaica: The Jerusalem Center for Inter-religious Cooperation
2006-Present Review Board for of Grants from the Research Council of Norway (RCN)
2006-Prsent Governing Board of World Dialogue
2005-Present SIS, Ph.D. Committee Chair
2005-Prsent Advisory Board for Hand Along the Nile.
2005 Steering committee, International Conference on Nonviolence (Nonviolence International)
2005-Prsent Advisory Board of Abraham’s Vision
2005-present ` Advisory Board for Friends of Galilee society in USA.
2004-Present Board of Trustees of Israeli Palestinian Research and Information Center, (IPCRI) USA.
2004 International Advisory Board for Palestinian Review Journal
2004-Prsesent Advisory Review Board Just Vision: Middle Eastern Peace Initiative
2004-2006 Advisory Board for Conflict Transformation Project, Fuller Seminary, CA
2004-2005 Advisory Board for the film Promises
2004-Present Faculty Advisory Committee, the Center for Democracy and Election Management, AU.
2003 Advisory Board Educators for Social Responsibility
2003-2004 Advisory Committee for Islamic Conflict Resolution Conference.
2003-Present Advisory Committee for Center for Election and Democracy, American University.
2003-Present Member of Advisory Committee of Kumarian Press
2002-Present Member of the Honorary Advisory Board peace and Justice studies (PJSA)
2001- Present Editorial board of OJPCR: The Online Journal of Peace and Conflict Resolution.
2000-2004 Member of the International Academy for Intercultural Research.
1996-2000 National Conference on Peacemaking and Conflict Resolution. (NCPCR).
2000-1 Reviewing board, Grant Program of the United States Institute for Peace (USIP).
2001-2003 Member of the Advisory Committee for Middle East Network for Democracy (MEND)
2000- Present Board member of Center for Global Peace, American University, Washington DC.
2000- 2002 Executive Committee of Peace Studies at International Association Studies (ISA).
2000- Present Co-Editor of Journal of Development and Peacebuilding (Co-Founder of the Journal)
1999- 2000 Board of Cantilevers: Building Bridges for Peace. A Quarterly International Magazine
1997-1999 Board Member of the Association for Israeli Studies (AIS)
1997- 1999 Member of the Editorial Board of the Peace and Change Journal
1996-1998 Co-Chair of the Section on University Peace Study Programs (COPRED)
1999 - 2000 Co-Chair, Multicultural Network, Consortium Peace, Research and Education- COPRED
1997-1999 Board Member of the Middle East Task Force (METF)
1999-2000 Advisory Council of Collaborative for Leadership for Social Change, Washington DC.
1996-1998 Abraham Fund Reviewing Board for grant proposals on Arab-Jewish Coexistence.
1994 Member of Middle East Studies Association (MESA).
Yale Press DOMES (Journal on Middle East Affairs)
Columbia Press Journal of Peace and Change
Journal of Palestine Studies Rutgers University Press
International Negotiation Journal Book Partners Inc.
International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis USIP
(IIASA) United Nation Peace University
Kumarian Press Syracuse University Press
OTHER PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
2007 Alexandria, Egypt. Led a workshop with Forum for Intercultural Dialogue (FID) on Arabic
Manual for Interfaith Dialogue, June 2007.
2007 Led an American Muslim Peace and Justice Delegation to Iran. Conducted seven lectures and
seminars with Iranian civil society and academicians. . November 2007
2007 Approaches to Multi-Track Diplomacy. Defense Information School. Maryland May 2, 2007.
2007 Multi-Track Peace Process Support: Comparative Perspectives from the Field-CMM. For
USAID, Office of Conflict Management and Mitigation. June 12, 2007
2007 Interfaith Dialogue: Limitations and Possibilities in the Middle East. Conflict Resolution Program at Nova Southeastern University (NSU), October 2007.
2007 Presented on: Interfaith Dialogue in the Middle East. A Panel on Interfaith Crisis in the Middle East. USIP. Washington DC.
2007 EMU (Conflict Transformation Program). Multiculturalism, Religion, and Conflict Resolution (with Vernie Davis).
2006 Led an official delegation to the Imam ibn Saud University in Saudia Arabia (Sponsored by Center for Global Peace, American University).
2006 Virginia. Co facilitated Muslim Evangelical Interfaith training. (Adam Center, Leasburg). Sponsored by ISNA, Fuller Seminary, and Salam Institute. 7/2006
2006 Canada. Co Led a conference-workshop on: Islamic Education for Peace Curriculum. United Nation Peace University (UPEACE) and Salam Institute for Peace and Justice. May 2006.
2006 Washington DC. Led a workshop for Muslim Community leaders and Imams on Islamic
Approaches of Conflict Resolution. Salam Institute and Center for Leadership, ISNA. April 2006
2006 Sri Lanka, Advisor to Muslim Peace Secretariat. Lecture on Islamic Peace, Jaic Hilton
Colombo. Lecture to Journalist on Media and Peacebuilding; Lecture on Conflict
Resolution at Bandarganika Center for International Studies (BCIS) March 2006.
2006 American University, Workshop on Basic Facilitation Skills for Dialogue.
2006 Maryland, Training on Iraq and Israeli Palestinian conflict dynamics (Arabic), Titan Corp. 2005 Nepal, Katmandu. Co-led a workshop on Conflict Resolution and Change in Conflict and
Development. (CARE senior mangers), 5-8, 2005.
2005 Thailand, Bangkok. Led a Workshop on Managing Relationship and Change: Role of Culture and Conflict Resolution (Regional CARE Managers ILCA Project), June 2-4, 2005.
2005 Sri Lanka. Colombo. Lectured on Inclusion in Negotiation: Lessons from Israel and Palestine. Sponsored by Muslim Peace Secretariat. (PSM). (8, 21, 2005); Sri Lanka, Colombo. Lectured on Management of Radical Militancy –Palestinian Israeli Context. Bandaranaike Center for International Studies (SCIS). 8, 24, 2005. Islam, Peace, and Nonviolence. Hilton Hotel Colombo. Sponsored by Muslim Peace Secretariat. (PSM). (8, 23, 2005).Led a workshop conference on interfaith religious peacemaking: Buddhist, Hindu, Muslim, and Christian religious leaders (Trioncomali area) sponsored by AED and Interreligious Peace Foundation. 8, 25-26, 2005
2007 Switzerland, Caux. Scholars Program, a summer training course on Culture and Conflict Resolution (Initiative for Change program) (since 2005, 2003, 2001, 1999, 1997, 1994, 1993).
2005 Sabanci University, Turkey. Taught course, Culture and Conflict Resolution. 4-7 April 2005
2005 Mindanao, Philippines. Solu, Jolo. Led a two day regional conference on peacebuilding and religion. Sponsored by Catholic Relief Services and Notre Dame University
2005 Mindanao, Philippines. Taught courses on: Inter-religious Peacebuilding, Mindanao Peacebuilding Institute (MPI). Davao, May 2005.
2005 Denver, CO. Led a workshop on: Nonviolence Resistance in Palestine and Israel: Lessons and Challenges. At the conference: ending the Silence: Working for Just peace in Palestine and Israel. Denver. Friends of Sabeel in North Maerica.10, 21-22, 2005
2000-2004 Mindanao, Philippines. Taught courses on Inter-religious Peacebuilding, and Intercultural Conflict Resolution Skills, Mindanao Peacebuilding Institute (MPI).
2001-2007 Peacebuilding and Development Institute (PDI) American University. Culture, Religion, and Conflict Resolution (2001 co-taught with Mitchell Hammer).
2001-2006 Peacebuilding and Development Institute (PDI) American University. Training for Trainers in Peacebuilding and Development. (2001 co-taught with Mary-Hope Schwoebel).
2003-2006 United Nations Peace University. Costa Rica. Facilitated course on: Culture of Violence: Towards Culture of Peace.
2001-2004 EMU (Conflict Transformation Program). Multiculturalism, Religion, and Conflict Resolution. (Dialogue, Summer 2004).
2004 Atlanta, a workshop for Senior World Vision Management: Peacebuilding and Interfaith
2004 Nazareth, Israel. A workshop for 75 NGO leaders on: Lessons from Conflict Areas: Mindanao, Sri Lanka, and Israel. Sponsored by: Network for Arab-Jewish Coexistence Organizations.
2004 Israel, Negev. Conflict Assessment project with Bedouin with Consensus Building International
(CBI- Harvard group).
2004 Gettysburg College, PA. Lectured on Conflict Resolution and Peace Studies
2004 Mindanao, Philippines. Zambuanga City. Led a two day regional conference on Role of religious leaders in peacemaking. Sponsored by Catholic Relief Services and Inter-religious Solidarity.
2004 Jerusalem. Led a workshop: Israeli Palestinian Women for Nonviolent Action. Sponsored by Search for Common Ground and Middle East Nonviolent and Democracy (MEND).
2004 United Religious Initiative (URI), San Francisco, led a one day workshop for the Board of Directors on Interfaith Peacebuilding.
2003 United Nations Peace University, Costa Rica. Workshop: Graduate Peace Education Curriculum.
2003 Washington . One-day workshop for Iraq Foundation Staff on Dialogue and Peacebuilding for Post Iraq context: Role of Local and International NGOs.
2003 Israel. Furedies. Facilitated a one-day workshop on Interfaith Peace Encounter. Sponsored by Interfaith Encounter association, Women Interfaith group.
2003 Israel- Palestine. Member of facilitation team (with Congressman Solarez, president of American University, and American University Vise President for International Affairs). Conducted meetings with Palestinian and Israeli officials and NGOs on the Obstacles and Potentials for conducting Elections in the Palestinian Occupied Territories. The meeting was sponsored by the center for Election and Democracy, January 5-11, 2003.
2003 Israeli-Palestine. Led a workshop on Human Rights and Conflict Resolution for Palestinian and Israeli NGO leaders. 26 Palestinians and Israelis met in north Israel to discuss ways to improve their work in both fields of human rights and conflict resolution. January 30 - February 3, 2003.
2002 Mindanao. Philippines. Peacebuilding and development in Social Funds II Project. World Bank, Led a team of experts on integrating peace and Development in Social Funds II.
2002 Portland, Main. Facilitated a meeting between Arab and Jewish Americans and Israeli
and Palestinian leaders, on Peace and Dialogue in USA policy. (Clapboard Island Retreat)
2002 Brazil, Rio. Co-led the URI Global Assembly: Religious Source of Peace and Conflict.
2002 Mindanao, Philippines. World Bank Social Funds II. Peace and Development.
2002 Training coordinator for Americorp Project for Refugees and Immigrant Services, Lutheran Social Services, Washington DC. (Since 1999)
2002 Sri Lanka. Conducted workshops for VOICE Project at CARE in Evaluation of Peacebuilding and Development Intervention (Interethnic Dialogue in organizational context), as well as a workshop for Tea Estates managers on Conflict Management Tea Plantations (CARE Project).
2001 Costa Rica. United Nations University for Peace in Costa Rica. Designing Peace program.
2001 Israeli-Palestinian Dialogue: Pitfalls and Potentials. Meeting with Israeli and Palestinian delegations to the USA, at American University. (Sponsored by CRS and IFOR).
2001 Bosnia. Training in Interfaith Dialogue for a group of Bosnian Muslim Imams. Sponsored by the Grand Mufti of Bosnia and the Center for Strategic & International Studies (CSIS).
2001 School of International Training (Contact program). Taught a course on: Culture, Religion, and Conflict Resolution, to international students. (Also in summer 2000).
2001 EMU (Conflict Transformation program). A one-day lecture and discussion on “Peacebuilding in Islamic Communities.” (A summer course on Religion and Peacebuilding).
2001 Conflict Resolution Program, Antioch University. Conflict Resolution and Multiculturalism.
2000 Sri Lanka. Conducted workshops for CARE staff in peacebuilding and development (Interethnic Dialogue in organizational context) and community conflict resolution for NGOs.
2000 EMU (Conflict Transformation program) Co-taught with Cynthia Sampson a summer course on Skills for Interreligious Peacebuilding.
2000 Conflict Resolution and Intercultural Training. A workshop co-conducted for the Annual conference of National Institute for Multiculturalism. October, (with Vernie Davis- also in 1999).
2000 Conservation International, White Fish, Montana. Presentation for international development officers on: Peacebuilding and Development: Basic Applications.
2000 Columbia University. The Program for Conflict Resolution Training, Institution and Capacity Building for Kurds in Northern Iraq. Presentation on: Conflict Resolution Concepts and Middle Eastern Culture.
1999 Carter Center, Atlanta. A presentation for Interreligious Friendship Group and ex-president Carter on Interreligious Peacebuilding (the group created by the Dalai Lama).
1999 Mauritius. Facilitated a workshop in peacebuilding and interethnic conflict for community leaders, politicians, and media experts, first workshop on the Island (Mauritius Peace Initiative).
1999 Sri Lanka. A workshop for CARE staff on Tamil and Sinhalese interethnic dialogue (IMTD)
1999 Sri Lanka. Conducted a series of interviews and seminars on peacebuilding (CARE and IMTD).
1999 Bonn, Germany. Conducted a two-day seminar on Religion and Peacebuilding in Development, workshop for EZE (Protestant Foundation for Relief and Aid programs).
1999 Switzerland. A summer course for Moral Rearmament on Culture and Conflict Resolution.
1999 Boston, Harvard University. Co-facilitated an Israeli-Palestinian Problem Solving Workshop with Herbert Kelman.
1999 Northern Ireland. Resource person for American, British, and German Parliament members in the Oxford Forum annual meeting. Forum focused on conflict resolution.
1999 Sri Lanka. Conflict Resolution in Relief and Development Projects. Trained CARE staff and country directors in South East Asia. (Institute for Multi-Track Diplomacy).
1998 Northern Ireland, Peacebuilding Training for Diplomats. Trained ambassadors and diplomats in Center for International Understanding annual conference (CIU).
1998 Gaza, Palestine. Training For Trainers in Peace Building. Trained Students’ political party representatives and NGOs representatives. Sponsored by Palestinian Center for Conflict Resolution and Search for Common Ground, Washington DC.
1998 Amman, Jordan. Development and Peacebuilding Training for CARE International. Trained CARE staff and directors from various Middle East countries in peacebuilding strategies and tools which can be applied in both development and relief areas. (Sponsored by IMTD: Institute for Multi-Track Diplomacy).
1998 Americorp, NC. ACCESS Project. A training Workshop on Intercultural Conflict Resolution.
1998 Burk, VA, United Methodist Church. A training in Conflict Resolution skills. Sponsored by: General Board of Church and Society.
1998-1997 Egypt. Conflict Resolution Training for Trainer, I. and II. Sponsored by NCME (National Center For Middle East Research, Cairo) and the Search For Common Ground.
1997 Guatemala. Conflict resolution training for senior managers of CARE (International relief and development organization).
1997 West Africa, Sierra Leone. Conducted conflict resolution training for CARE (International Relief and development agency). Sponsored by IMTD (Institute for MultiTrack Diplomacy).
1997 Gaza. Conducted an advanced Community Conflict Resolution Training workshops for Gaza Conflict Resolution Team, Sponsored by Search For Common Ground.
1996 Gaza Mental Health Program. Conducted two training programs. Conflict Resolution workshop for community activists, police force, labor unions, and academicians, and an in service training in facilitation team building, mediation for Gaza Team For Conflict Resolution.
1995 Americorps, North Carolina. Training Coordinator. Led a series of works shops in community building with 30 grassroots leaders from various immigrant communities (Cambodian, Korean, Vietnamese, Ethiopian, Latino, Buddhist, and others).
1995 New Garden Friends School. Co-led (Terry Austin, AFS) two workshops on: “Education for Multiculturalism for Parents and Staff.”
1995 Boston: Led a workshop for multi cultural trainers on training Arab-Jewish encounter groups, sponsored by the Seed Of Peace.
1994 and 1995 Palestine, Gaza. Led (with American and South African trainers) a five-days conflict resolution workshop for Palestinian high rank police and military officers, community organizers, and professionals (psychologists and social workers).
1994 Egypt, Cairo. Led two workshops for high-level Egyptian officials in Conflict Resolution. On: the application of western Conflict Resolution in a Middle Eastern community.
1993 New York, Rochester University. Led a conflict resolution workshop on: Racial Relations on Campus, sponsored by the Students' Union.
1993 Ireland, Dublin. Participated in facilitating a group of 23 Diplomats (Ambassadors from 14 countries) on the Palestinian Israeli conflict, by the Center For International Understanding.
1993 Switzerland, Geneva. Trained 24 international graduate students in conflict resolution and cross-
cultural programs (Sponsored by the MRA -Moral Re-Armament).
1992 Boston, Harvard School of International Relations. Led a problem solving workshop for Palestinian and Israeli journalists, academics, and professionals (with Professor Herbert Kelman).
1991 Virginia, Arly House. Assisted in convening a problem solving workshop for Parliament and political representatives of both Catholic and Protestant leaders from Northern Ireland.
LECTURES AND PUBLIC PRESENTATIONS
2007 American University. Middle East Peace: A panel discussion on Israel, Palestine, and Lebanon.
April 4, 2007 Sponsored by SPCR; Center for Global Peace, and Arab Studies
2007 US Capital. The Role of Religion in Conflict Prevention & Peacemaking. The United Nations
Association (National Capital Area) Young Professionals for International Cooperation And International Consortium on Religion, Culture, and Dialogue Peace & Security February 28
2007 American University. Lecture on Islamic Sources of Peace and Intrafaith dialogue. Pakistani
leaders of main Madrasa systems. Fulbright visitors. Sponsored by ICRD, June 4, 2007.
2007 Washington DC. United Arab Emirate Embassy. Lecture on Multi-track Diplomacy for Embassy
staff, September, 2007.
2007 Assessment of Israeli Palestinian conflict Based on Mearsheimer-Walt report. Lecture for :
Network of Spiritual Progressives and Tikkun members. Sept. 12, 2007
2007 National Defense University Industrial College of the Armed Forces Human Differences in
Social Conflict; Cross Cultural Communication. February and April 2007.
2007 George Washington University. Elliot School. Arab Jewish Dialogue Models. Graduate program in Middle east studies. Nov. 2007
2007 American University. Islamic sources of Peace. Lecture for 20 Fulbright exchange visitors: Pakistan, India, and Bangladesh. 11/6/2007
2007 American University, Center for Elections and Democracy. Nonviolence, conflict resolution and
Democracy. Conference on Elections for participants form various Gulf States. December 14.
2007 Emory University, Atlanta. Lecture on peacebuilding and Interfaith dialogue in Middle East.
Sponsored by: The Religion, Conflict, and Peacebuilding Initiative.
2006 George Mason University, ICAR. Point View Keynote. Panel Presentation Arab and the West. (A response to Milton Viorst book).
2006 American University. Panelist in: Crisis in Lebanon, Israel and Gaza. Arab Studies Program and Middle East research and Information Project (MERIP).
2006 Future of Peace in the Holy Land. A panel presentation at the 8th international Conference of Holy Land Christian Ecumenical Foundation. Washington Dc. Oct. 20-21-06
2006 Washington DC. Lecture on Evaluation of Peacebuilding and Development program in Conflict and humanitarian crisis areas. Conflict management and Mitigation (CMM).
2006 Washington DC. Lecture on Peacebuilding and Negotiation. USAID Delegation of political leaders from Darfor.
2006 Washington DC. Lecture on: Lining Peacebuilding and Development in Conflict Zone. AED: American Education and Development
2006 American University. “Israeli Palestinian Elections and their Implications on Future of the
2006 American University. “The Humanitarian Condition in Palestine and the Potential Impact of
Stopping Aid.” Student for Justice in Palestine at American University.
2005 Washington DC. Lectured on: “Peacebuilding in Islam”. Fuller Seminary Advisory Board annual
2005 Wilson Center, lectured on: Peacebuilding field. Leadership Training at American University. 7/10
2005 Washington DC. Presented: Evaluation in Peacebuilding and Development. Chemonics.
2005 American University, SIS Faculty Symposium . Interfaith Dialogue in the Middle East.
2005 Sabanci University, Turkey. Lectured on Islam Peacebuilding and Nonviolence, April 5, 2005.
2005 Washington DC, Panel presentation on Islam and Peace. Fuller Seminary Board of Trustees Meeting. Feb. 2, 2005.
2005 University of Maryland. Center for Conflict Management. Lectured on Dialogue and Conflict Resolution in Israel Palestine (January 7, 2005).
2005 American University. Faculty Symposium.
2005 American University. Panel on: Middle East the Prospects for Peace. Sponsored by the office of
2004 Abrahamic Traditions; Path to Reconciliation and Peace. A panel presentation at Interfaith and
Peace. Sponsored by Interfaith Alliance. (Washington DC.)2004.
2004 A Panel Discussion: Remembering Arafat: Reflections on the Past, Vision for the Future,
2004 West Virginia. Ezekiel’s Place Retreat Center. A Presentation on: “Nonviolence and
Peacebuilding in Israel Palestine.”
2004 McDaniel College. Lectured on: Prospects for Peace in the Middle East.
2004 The Road to Peace in Israel-Palestine: Challenges and Possibilities. Kay Chapel, AU
2004 Panel participant at CHF/SAIS workshop on “Exploring Dynamics between Community-Driven
Development and Conflict Management.” Presented peacebuilding and development themes.
2003 American University. Geneva Declaration: Between Hope and Manipulation. (Sponsored by: Washington Arab-Jewish Network, 12/9/2003).
2003 Presentation for the Joan Kroc and Notre Dame Community on: The Road To
Justice and Peace: Israeli-Palestinian Reconciliation. (Kroc Institute, ND University, 3/19/03).
2003 Discussant of Film on Israeli Jewish Settlers in Notre Dame. Film was shown for general public and undergraduate class. Professor Katz. March, 2003
2003 Presentation on Jerusalem and History of Israeli Palestinian conflict for Notre Dame University, Dept of History, April 2003.
2003 Presentation on: Interfaith Dialogue in Israel Palestine, at the United States Capitol. Washington, DC. April 1, 2003. “The Role of Faith in Promoting Peace in the Middle East.” Event sponsored by United States Institute for Peace (USIP) and Faith and Politics Institute.
2003 George Washington University. Lecture on Peacebuilding and Development: Necessary linkages. Graduate seminar. 11/12/03.
2003 Presented at the Washington National Cathedral conference Waging Peace. Presentation on: Interfaith Dialogue: Obstacles and Possibilities in the Middle East. April 8, 2003.
2003 Presented with Marc Gopin on Israeli-Palestinian Dialogue at Principia College, IL, conference of Public Affairs Conference: "The Israeli - Palestinian Conflict." April 11-12, 03.
2003 Convocation Ceremony Speaker for George Mason University, The Institute for Conflict Analysis and Resolution. May 17, 2003.
2003 Presented at a panel on “National Security, MulitCulturalism and Peacebuilding.” In the National MultiCultural Institute conference on: Promoting leadership in evolving Multicultural Landscape. May 29, 2003.
2003 Presentation on Interfaith Dialogue: Approaches and Models. At a conference on: Deepening Our Commitment to Interfaith Peacebuilding. Sponsored by United Religious Initiative of Washington DC. June 26, 2003.
2003 Presentation on effectiveness of interethnic dialogue for Neve Shalom Board, June 23, 2003, Cosmos Club. Washington, DC.
2003 Keynote speaker at the Interreligious Solidarity for Peace Conference. Zambuanga City, Mindanao, Philippines. June 15-16, 2003.
2003 Washington, DC. Presentation on: Conditions for Effective Israeli Palestinian Dialogue, for Israeli and Palestinian Women and Nonviolent Action Project. July 2003.
2003 Presentation on Israeli Palestinian Dialogue: Process and Outcome, for Capitol Hill Dialogue Group. July 2003.
2003 American University. Facilitated a meeting for advocates for Palestinian nonviolence, peace, and solidarity in DC area – 22 organizations groups. (Sponsored by Students for Palestine and Nonviolence International). 9/17/03.
2002 American University. Lecture on Conflict Resolution to Political leaders from Mindanao Philippines. (Organized by: Phelps Stokes Fund).
2002 Columbia University. International Conflict Resolution program. On: Islam and Peacebuilding.
2002 Arthur F. Burns Fellowship Program. Lecture on “The Muslim World and how it views the West.” Washington, DC.
2002 George Mason University. ICAR. A Panel on: Voices Against the War on Iraq. September, 27.
2002 Bethel College. Kansas. “The Middle East Conflict: Its Impact on Christian Muslim Relations.”
2002 USAID. The Policy Forum. Lecture on: Conflict Prevention and AID: Institutional Aspects.
2002 Peace Café. Lecture on Reconciliation and Justice. AJR Theater. Washington DC
2002 Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies, “Nonviolence and Peacebuilding in Islam”
2002 International Center for Journalists, presentation on: “Views of the West in Islamic Societies.” to Arthur F. Burns Fellowship Program. Washington DC.
2002 Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies, presentation to an incoming freshman class on “The Arab-Israel Conflict” April 25th.
2001 USIP, panel discussion, “Role of Faith in Peacemaking: An Islamic Perspective.”
2001 United States Department of State, panel discussion for National Press Club, “Muslims and Arabs in America.”
2001 National MultiCultural Institute, panel discussion, “Diversity within Islam.”
2001 United States Institute of Peace, panel presentation on Israeli-Palestinian Conflict. for Conference of National Council for the Social Studies
2001 United States Department of State, Digital Video Conference with American Embassy of South Africa and American Embassy in Bangkok on Islam and September 11.
2001 Phelps Stokes Fund. Islam in US. Presentation for International Visitors from Philippines. AU
2001 Boston Research Center for the 21st and Thoreau Society. panel presentation “Redefining Power in the 21st Century: Military, Economic and Spiritual Options”
2001 American University, panel discussion, Town Meeting on Palestinian Intifada.
2001 Hyattsville Mennonite Church, Adult Sunday School “Islam, Peace and 9/11” Maryland.
2001 Chevy Chase United Methodist Church, Adult Sunday School on “Islam and Peace.”
2001 Rotary Club of Bethesda/Chevy Chase, Presentation on September 11 Impact on Islam and USA.
2001 AU, class presentation to Washington Semester Program on Israeli-Palestinian Conflict.
2001 American University, Friday Forum presentation to International Development Program on September 11 and International Development
2001 AU, Research Seminar Presentation, “Religion and Non-Violence: The Case of Islam”
2000 George Mason University, ICAR Brown Bag Lecture, “The Collapse of Another Myth”
2001 AU, Humphrey Fellowship. Lecture on Multiculturalism and Conflict Resolution.
2001 State Department Open Forum. Presentation on: Towards Balance: Even-Handed American Policy to the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict.
2001 Institute for Multi-Track Diplomacy. Discussion of Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: Second Intifada. (Book Launching event).
2001 Halifax Peace Forum. Advisory member for Canadian Parliamentary initiative on Israeli-Palestinian Peace Delegation.
2001 American Friends, Guest House Washington DC. Presentation on: Conflict Resolution and Culture, for a Korean NGOs delegation.
2001 National Student Leadership. A lecture on Conflict Resolution at American University.
2001 Baltimore, Catholic Relief Services. On: Peacebuilding and Development: Manual for Trainers.
2000 Melton Foundation Conflict Resolution Group. Presentation on: “Principles and Opportunities in the Conflict Resolution Field.”
2000 USIP. Participated in a discussion group on Islam and Peace, by Religion and Peace..
2000 Truman Institute, Hebrew University. Arab-Jewish Dialogue in Israel and its Relevance for Conflict Resolution.
2000 John Hopkins University. Arabs and Jews in Israel: Recent Events and Alternatives for Coexistence. SAIS and Search for Common Ground Lecture Series on Middle East.
2000 World Bank Lecture Series. Dialogue and Education for Peace in Israel, Washington DC.
2000 American University. Roundtable on Conflict and Peace Studies. (PhD Seminar).
2000 American University. Participated in a panel on: Conversation on the Middle East.
2000 Middle East Group, George Mason University, ICAR. Presentation on: Recent Developments in the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict.
2000 George Mason University, ICAR. A panel presentation on: Career in Conflict Resolution.
1999 American University. Encounters Between Arabs and Jews in Israel: Dialogue and Control. Panelist in Arab-Jewish Encounters conference.
1999 Meridian International House, Washington DC. A presentation for Arab and Jewish Media delegates on Conflict Resolution.
1999 Web-Based Encounter Group for Israeli-Palestinian Dialogue. Panel presentation on: Dialogue Limitation and Potential, American University.
1999 Vision in Action: Volunteer in International Development. Presentation on: The Growing Field of Conflict Resolution. American University.
1999 Marymount University, International Students Office. Presentation on the Basic principles of Conflict Resolution.
1998 Harisonburg, Eastern Mennonite University. Keynote Speaker in the Frontier Luncheon. “Peacebuilding in the Middle East: Some Lessons Learned.”
1998 American University, Washington, DC. Close Up program “Israeli-Palestinian Conflict.”
1997 Belmont, Baltimore, USIP. A lecture on: “Conflict Resolution Methods and Culture, in Media, Culture and Conflict Resolution: A Training Workshop.”
1997 Gainesville, FL. “Arab-Jewish Conflict: Building Bridges for Peace.” Co-sponsored by Beit Hellel, Arab Students’ Association, and VISA: International Student Association.
1997 Washington DC, American University. Educating for Global Citizenship: “Conflict Resolution and Dialogue: A Middle East Case Study.”
1997 Washington DC, Methodist Church Educational Program. A lecture on: “Middle East Conflict: A Conflict Resolution Perspective.”
1997 Greensboro, NC. A presentation on: “Jerusalem and the Peace Process.” Guilford College.
1997 Durham, NC, Durham Dispute Resolution Center. Lecture: “Power and Culture in Mediation.”
1997 Greensboro, The Friends Meeting House. Guest lecture on: “The Current Challenges in Israeli
Palestinian Peace Process.”
1997 New York. On: Education for Peace Among Arabs and Jews. Sponsored by Abraham Fund.
1996 Fort Lauderdale. “Jews and Arabs in Israel the Quest for Coexistence.” A seminar sponsored by: Abraham Fund and CLAL: The National Jewish Center for Learning and Leadership.
1995 American Friends Committee Services Meeting Greensboro. Lectured on "Palestinian-Israeli Settlement: What's Next? "
1995 University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Lectured on "Intervention Models For the
Improvement of Racial and Ethnic Relations." Sponsored by the Committee on Race and Gender.
1995 Greensboro. Led a workshop for The New Garden Friends School, "Education for Multiculturalism" (with Terry Austin).
1995 Boston, National Jewish Community Relations Advisory Counsel. "Coexistence and Arab-Jewish Relations in Israel."
1994 A Keynote speaker in the opening ceremony of the exhibit "Art for Peace." Palestinian and Israeli Children's Art work for peace. (Sponsored by Giva'at Haviva).
1994 A lecture on "Support and Opposition to the Peace Process in the Middle East," at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
1992 Capitol Hill. A keynote speaker in the opening ceremony of the exhibit "Art for Peace." Palestinian and Israeli children's artwork for peace (Sponsored by Giva'at Haviva).
1991 A week of organized lecture series on "Current Peace Process in the Middle East." Sponsored by Oregon Interreligious Committee.
1991 A series of presentations in N. Virginia and Washington D.C. : The Gulf War and The Intifada.
1990 Lectures tour in Cleveland Ohio, on Arab-Jewish Relations, and on Israeli Palestinian Intifada.
1990 A week lectures tour Sponsored by Iowa Peace Institute on: The Gulf War and the Palestinian-Israeli conflict.
MEDIA (SELECTED LIST OF RADIO, TV, AND NEWSPAPER INTERVIEWS)
Interview with CORREIO BRAZILIENSE- A Brazilian newspaper. On Israel Palestine Negotiation.
January 9, 2008
Interview with Press TV-Tehran. Bush's visit to the Middle East. January 7, 2008
Interview on Israel Palestine. International Affairs Forum (www.ia-forum.org). 2/22/2007
Interview on Arab Academicians in American Universities. Talk Show: From Washington. Al Jazeera
Arabic Satellite Channel- Washington Bureau. March 12, 2007.
Interview for new documentary film on Sufi Tradition: “Ambassadors of Peace.” July 11, 2007
Interview and Talk Show Inside Iraq. “Conditions of reconciliation in Iraq.” Al Jazeera English 9/28/07
Interview with Kevin Kim, the Washington correspondent for War News Radio, an internationally
syndicated radio program on the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. Swathmore College. 12/12/2007
Interview with Christian Science Monitor. Role of Religion and Peace. Jane Lapman. December 2007.
Interview Retirement Living TV hosted by John Palmer. On Islam And Politics. January 31.2007
Interview PBS. This is America. Hosted by Dennis Wholey. Just war Lasting Peace. Nov. 8. 06
Israeli Arab Radio. Morning Show. Commentary on American Elections. Nov. 7. 2006
Boston Globe Religion News. Interviews on Muslim reactions to the Pope statement. 9/12/2006
Special guest on “Africa Meets Africa WPFW Radio Program.” Hosted by Angelique Shofer
www.wpfw.org. On Israel Lebanon. 8/6/2006
Interview with Palestinian-Israeli radio station: "Sawt Al-Salam” (Voice of Peace): on Hunger Strike and
Lebanon Palestine war. 8/13/2006
Voice of America. Interview on Lebanon crisis, 7/16/2006
Interviewed by: Kolkata-TV India, on Muslims life in America Post 9/11. on 10 August, 2006
Interviewed for Eagle Newspaper, American University, 7/19/2006
Special Interview, Speaking of Faith. WAMU, March 16, 2006
Sri Lanka Daily Mirror Interview, Sri Lanka, March 23, 2006
Israeli Arabic Radio Show. US Foreign Policy . April 10, 2006
Israeli Arabic Radio News. Iraq and Lebanon. 2/26/2006
Interview international Affairs Forum. Online Magazine. (1/10/2005)
Voice of America, discussed Iraq Constitution, 10, 26, 2005
Fox News. Israeli-Palestinian Negotiation and Elections, Morning Show, 5/19/ 2005
Arabia News . Commentator on Palestinian Elections. And Inaugural events January 21, 2005
Washington Post Interview , Religion Section.
NPR. WBUR-Boston. On Point, a nationally syndicated public radio program. On Arafat Death.
Interview in Peace Work Newspaper. American Peace Teacher: Stop Violation of Dignity, Denial of
Basic rights to Restore Harmony. Zamboanga City , Mindanao. June 2, 2004.
Interview with Journal News. “Arab Professor Speaks for Peace.” Hamilton , Cincinnati. 0ctober 22,
Open University, UK program on Islamic Conflict Resolution. A Multimedia Curriculum.
Live radio talk show :The Other face/Perspective. Arab Voice in Israel . August 3, 2004; (Elections in
USA) November 2, 2004
Israeli Arabic Radio show on Neighbors. August 22, 2004.
Canadian Broadcast Station (CBS). Interview on Sharon Plan. April 14, 2004.
WWRL1600 New York’s Urban Talk. WWRL: Morning Show Host Sam Greenfield on Post
Arafat Era. October 26, 2004.
Arabia News show. United Nations resolution 1559 on Lebanon. September 2, 2004.
World T.V-News Show (Iranian Station). Live Interview on US Foreign Policy in Iraq. 8/30, 2004; on Arab league on 3/28/04; 4/12/2004; on Middle East democratization 4/17/2004; and 11/02/2003.
Al Arabia. New program. Interview on Iraq and Suicide Bombing in Israel. December 14, 2003.
Interview in Peace Work Newspaper. “Religions Have Powerful Role in Resolving Peace Work
Conflicts, Says Top Peace Guru.” Zamboanga City , Mindanao. June 18, 2003.
MBC; Al-Arabia Satellite . Interview for Arabic News on: Israel Palestine peace process. , April 4,
Interview on the Invasion of Iraq for LA Opinion (Spanish daily Newspaper, Los Angeles). April 8,
2003. (Journalist Gabriel Lerner).
Interview Washington Post. Phil McCombs. Iraq Post War Reconstruction. April , 13, 2003
Interview on Dialogue for Intractable Conflict Knowledge Base project. University of Colorado. (with
Guy and Heidi Burgess. May, 2003
“Islamic Perspectives on Peace and Violence” United States Institute of Peace Special Report January
24, 2002, pp.2-3
“US Should Dare to be Introspective, Muslim Peacemakers Can Inspire the Way” Rocky Mountain
Independent Media Center, December 21, 2001
“Is It Time to Teach Conflict Resolution in the Schools?” Boston Research Center for the 21st Century,
No. 19, Spring/Summer 2002, pp.10
“Looking for Answers in Islam’s Holy Book” The Washington Post, September 29, 2002, B9
Interview. Is It Time to Teach Conflict Resolution in the Schools? Boston Research Center for the 21st
Century, No. 19, Spring/Summer 2002, pp.10
Interview Looking for Answers in Islam’s Holy Book” The Washington Post, September 29, 2002, B9
Arabic Radio. Israel. Sept. 11, 2003, 2002.
Arabic Radio Show. Israel. “The Other face”. October 11, 2003
WAI Chicago (Wally Phillips) News Show. On Islam Post September 11. 2002
WRVA, Richmond Virginia News, October 2001.
WOL 1450. Washington Dc./Baltimore. Current Events news. January 2002
BBC, BBC World News, October 2001.
WAI Chicago Radio Station, Wally Phillips. September 12, 2001.
NPR, Talk of the Nation. Response to the Bombing in the USA. September 2001
Channel 9 and 8 Local News Network, September 2001.
WOL News Network (Washington DC Radio Station). September 2001
BBC News Program. On Israel-Palestine and Recent Bombing in the USA. September 2001
Al Itihad (United Arab Emirates), Arabic newspaper, September 13, 2001.
Kyodo News. (Japanese Press News Agency). Interview on: The need for balanced policy towards the Middle East. February, 2001
“Agence France-Press.” Several interviews on Israeli Palestinian Conflict; Reactions to Sharon’s Policy; Islam and Violence; and Syria and Israel Relations. October, December, 2000, and Feb. 2001.
American Embassy TV Network, “Post Election 2000” November 2000.
Interview, Fresh Air (National Public Radio) staff producer: Israeli-Palestinian Conflict, Oct. 2000.
Channel 8 News Program. Interview on Palestinian-Israeli Talks, January 19. 2000.
Israel Arabic Radio. Current events program on Arab-Jewish relations in Israel, May 5, 2000.
Channel 8 News program, interview on the Syrian and Palestinian-Israeli Talks, 1999.
Union Times, Albany, Peace Conference at Siena, April 9, 1999.
Arabic Radio in Detroit on the Results of the Israeli Elections, 1999.
Voice of America on Israeli-Palestinian Peace process, provided many interviews for their news reports
Dialogue Television. State Department. International Cable TV. An interview on: “Election 2000 and
Foreign Policy Implications.” November 2000.
Christian Science Monitor. “Attacks Raises Stakes for US in the Middle East.” October 13, 2000.
SunSet, (Fort Lauderdale, Florida), on Israeli-Palestinian conflict, 1998.
Guest on the Political Dialogue Panel, ANA, National Arabic Radio, USA, 1997.
NPR, (Local Public Radio), Gainsville, FL. Broadcasted a public presentation, 1997.
Greensboro, interview on Conflict Resolution Training in the Middle East. December 26, 1996.
A series of interview with Voice of America: on Suicidal Bombs (March), and on: “Palestinian Islamic Movement” (January), 1996.
Arabic, Hebrew, and English.