Yehezkel Landau, a leading Israeli peace activist, will speak at 8 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 4, at Wake Forest University on “Sharing Jerusalem: Challenges for Israelis, Palestinians and Americans.”
The lecture in Room 314 of Wingate Hall is free and open to the public.
Landau is the founder and director of Open House, a Jerusalem-based project designed to foster Arab-Israeli reconciliation, and is frequently quoted in the international press for his views on Israeli settlements on the West Bank and other issues in the Middle East.
Landau’s lecture is sponsored by Wake Forest’s religion department and is part of the university’s 1997-98 Year of Religion in American Life.
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