Join with Jews, Muslims, and Christians
at 3 locations in the Bay Area and
linking with over 50 locations  across  the U.S., Europe and South America
participating in an historic Transnational Internet Town Meeting for Peace
to discuss paths toward Israeli-Palestinian peace

**   Breaking bread together   **   Interreligious viewing of 90-minute teleconference  **
**  Discussion together of working locally for peace  **

Speaking for Peace from Jerusalem and Washington, DC
The Powerful Voices of Religion and Civil Society

Sunday Afternoon, June 26, 2005    --    2:30 to  5:00 pm

Congregation Kol Emeth    --    4175 Manuela Avenue    --    Palo Alto. CA
Rabbi Sheldon Lewis  --  650 948-7498  --
Calvary Presbyterian Church    --    2515 Fillmore Street    --    San Francisco. CA
Tom McAfee  --  (425) 387-2920  --
St. Stephen Catholic Church    --    1101 Keaveny Court    --    Walnut Creek. CA
Brian Stein-Webber  --  Interfaith Council of C.C.C.  --  (925) 933-6030  --
Rabbi Raphael Asher  --  Congregation B'nai Tikvah  --  (925) 933-5397  --

Speakers from Jerusalem
Signers of Alexandria Declaration Opposing Incitement, Hatred and Violence
Rt. Reverend Riah Abu El Assal
, Bishop of Jerusalem of the Anglican Church
Sheikh Imad Falouji, Member of the Palestinian Legislative Council from Jabalia, Gaza
Rabbi David Rosen, Dir., International & Interreligious Affairs, American Jewish Committee

Civil Society Leaders
Avraham Burg
, Former Speaker of the Knesset,
Co-Author of the Geneva Accord Model Peace Agreement
Sari Nusseibeh, President, Al Quds University
Co-Founder of the People's Voice Peace Initiative
Dr. Tsvia Walden, Boards of Directors of the Peres Center and Geneva Initiative
Rania Kharma, Coordinator, World Bank Emergency Assistance, Gaza

Members of The Parents Circle: Bereaved Families for Peace and Reconciliation
George Sa'adeh
from Bethlehem and Rami Elhanan from Jerusalem

Speakers from Washington, DC
Rev. Theodore M. Hesburgh
C.S.C., President Emeritus Notre Dame University
Recipient of Presidential Medal of Freedom and Congressional Gold Medal (prerecorded)
Rabbi Paul Menitoff, Executive Director, Central Conference of American Rabbis
Serge Duss, Vice President and Director, Public Policy and Advocacy, World Vision
Rev. Dr. J. Martin Bailey, Advisor, Churches for Middle East Peace; Author
Imam Yahya Hendi, Chaplain, Georgetown University

In Recognition of Contributions by Rev. Theodore M. Hesburgh C.S.C. for Peace in the Middle East

Sponsored by:  A Different Future (
with the National Interreligious Leadership Initiative for Peace (