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Sunday, June 16 • 2:45pm - 3:45pm
Hearts filled with hatred: honest and personal reflections on interfaith challenges

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Frank reflections on divisive faith, social, emotional, religious, and political barriers to tackling hate and the division will be shared by a US leader who experienced early Jewish–Christian dialogue and the ups and downs of current Jewish–Muslim and Jewish–Christian relations, a Catholic priest confronted by the leaders of a mosque who stopped the construction of a church in Pakistan, an Imam of the Salafi school, and his Chabadnik friend who brings Muslims and Jews together.

Speakers
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Farhan Khalil

Imam Farhan Khalil is the Imam and Chaplain at Australian International Academy, Kellyville. He is also a marriage celebrant and was the Religion Advisor for Muslim Issues at NSW Juvenile Justice Cobham Centre. Imam Khalil is a preacher at Hills District Muslim Society and is also... Read More →
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Father Patrick McInerney

Father Patrick McInerney is a Columban Catholic priest. He was assigned to Pakistan for over 20 years. Father McInerney has worked at the Columban Centre for Christian–Muslim Relations in Sydney for the past 18 years and is currently its Director.
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David Sandmel

Interreligious Engagement Director, ADL
David has been Director of Interreligious Engagement at the ADL (Anti-Defamation League) since 2014. An expert in Jewish–Christian relations, he was previously Professor of Jewish Studies at the Catholic Theological Union in Chicago and was involved in producing ‘Dabru Emet: A... Read More →
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Zalman Kastel

National Director, Together for Humanity Foundation
Zalman grew up a white Chabadnik in a racially divided Brooklyn and was transformed by encounters with Christians and Muslims. He is now National Director of the Together for Humanity Foundation—a multifaith, not-for-profit organisation that is helping schools and communities to... Read More →


Sunday June 16, 2019 2:45pm - 3:45pm
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