Musalaha UK supports the work of Musalaha through hosting events for those in the UK to learn first-hand from the Executive Director and the Musalaha team, about the work of reconciliation.
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“In my years visiting the Land since 1969, Musalaha is one of the few organizations I’ve come across that is actually doing, delivering and engaging— as opposed to merely talking about reconciliation. It’s not talking about strategies that need to be put into action, it’s not talking about what ought to happen or an ideal theoretical plan. It is actually engaging in the challenging work of bringing people together, risking being misunderstood and criticized. Musalaha is seeking to do what our Father wanted us to do: to honor the words of Jesus, to honor the prayers of Jesus, to honor the requests of Jesus. To maintain the unity in the Spirit— that is what Musalaha is about.”
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Dr. Munayer spoke at the Bruderhof Community in Sussex and Scotland.
Bolton Road Methodist Church
Dr. Munayer spoke about the need for reconciliation in Israel-Palestine, and Musalaha’s approach based on biblical principles. Held at Bolton Road, Bury, Greater Manchester, BL8 2NZ.
Lancaster Priory Church
Dr. Munayer spoke at Lancaster Priory Church, held at Lancaster, LA1 1YZ.
Dr. Munayer spoke at the Chaplaincy Centre at Lancaster University, held at Lancaster LA1 4YW.
Dr. Munayer was invited by the Westminster Parliamentary Christian Fellowship to the Palace of Westminster, to share with Members of Parliament and Their Lordships the pioneering work of Musalaha in community and interfaith reconciliation. The Parliamentarians were receptive and indicated that they would wish to explore further.
Musalaha UK is currently in conversations with Officers from the Palace of Westminster with a view to enabling Dr. Munayer and Hedva Haymov, Head of Musalaha Women’s Programs, to engage on a wider platform.
Wigtown International Bookfair, Scotland
The world renowned Wigtown International Bookfair was pleased to have Dr. Munayer as its final speaker, who engaged a capacity audience in what had been an outstanding record-breaking week.
By kind invitation of the Moderator of the Church of Scotland, Dr. Salim Munayer was guest of honor at an evening reception in the Moderator’s Residence in Edinburgh. Over 25 invited guests welcomed his message of hope in Christ for all those who call the Holy Land their home.
After a stimulating afternoon meeting with over 40 community workers at Stoke YMCA, Dr. Munayer was the keynote speaker at a private civic dinner for 28 invited senior figures drawn from the business, political, statutory, commercial and NGO sector. All were keen to explore how the Musalaha principles of reconciliation, refined from over 20 years of practical experience, could have relevance to the challenge of radicalization impacting on Britain’s urban areas.
In the magnificent location of Coventry Cathedral, by kind permission of the Dean, Lisa Loden and Salim Munayer were privilege to launch their new book “ Through My Emery’s Eyes” . The launch was supported by an international gathering from the Coventry Community of the Cross of Nails.
Speakers included a representative of the Arch Bishop of Canterbury’s Office, Canon David Porter and Messianic Church Leader Richard Harvey. The book is now in its third reprint!
In May 2011, Musalaha held its first national conference, “Breaking Down the Walls of Separation,” at Coventry Cathedral. The Musalaha team of Messianic Believers and Palestinian Christians from Israel and Palestine delivered insightful and challenging teaching on how to walk the road of reconciliation. Participants were inspired by the team to dare to dream of the impact a reconciled Church could have in the Holy Land. The conference also explored how Musalaha’s message of reconciliation impacts the UK, and how Christians are called to live in unity with their neighbors, both in and outside of the Church.