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Yehezkel Landau

Associate Professor of Interfaith Relations and Director of the BUILDING ABRAHAMIC PARTNERSHIPS training program at Hartford Seminary

Dual Israeli-American citizen, interfaith educator and religious peace activist; lived in Jerusalem 1978-2002; teaching at Hartford Seminary since 2002.
Directed the OZ veSHALOM religious peace movement in Israel during the 1980's, then co-founded and co-directed the OPEN HOUSE Jewish-Arab peace center in Ramle, Israel, from 1991 to 2003. Authored numerous journal articles and a U.S Institute of Peace research report, "Healing the Holy Land: Interreligious Peacebuilding in Israel/Palestine."

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