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April 11: A Conversation with Mohammed Darawshe

The Poor of your Town Come First
This talk will take place on Sunday, April 11 at 11 a.m. ET / 8 a.m. PT

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The Forward is excited to partner with Temple Ner Tamid of Bloomfield, NJ.

Mohammad Darawshe is a citizen of Israel whose family has lived in the town of Iksal, just outside of Nazareth, for 27 generations. Since he is an Arab with an Israeli passport, like 20 percent of Israel’s population, he has described himself as a “child of both identities.” Mohammad has distinguished himself as a leader amongst Israeli Arabs, a news analyst for Arabs about Israeli political and social trends, and an internationally respected advocate for unexpected and hopeful ways of envisioning the Middle East’s future. Jodi Rudoren, our editor-in-chief, will interview Mohammad, focusing on his vision of Arab-Israeli relations.

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