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CENTER FOR MULTIFAITH EDUCATION DIRECTOR TO PARTICIPATE IN HISTORIC SUMMIT Rabbi Daniel Brenner, the director of Auburn's Center for Multifaith Education, will be participating in the First World Congress of Imams and Rabbis for Peace this January in Brussels. Under the patronage of King Albert II of Belgium and King Mohammed VI of Morocco, the summit will bring together 100 religious leaders for dialogue and strategy sessions regarding religious tensions and conflict resolution. One of a handful of American rabbis selected for participation, Rabbi Brenner will be joining Dr. Amir Al-Islam of City University as New York's representatives to the summit. The stated goals of the three day meeting are to: Gather before the media of the whole world the leaders of both religions and allow them to express a position of peace and unity. Create a dialogue and a far-reaching, durable partnership between Islam and Judaism. Allow the religious leaders to contribute to discovering peaceful solutions to the conflicts where they are influential and foster the development of concrete actions in the field. For more information, see
Hommes de Parole Foundation Website