Table of contents for Peacemakers in action : profiles in religious conflict resolution / Tanenbaum Center for Interreligious Understanding ; edited by David Little ; foreword by Richard C. Holbrooke.

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Acknowledgments
Foreword, by Ambassador Richard C. Holbrooke
Preface
PART I. INTRODUCTION
1 The Peacemakers in Action, By the Tanenbaum Center for
Interreligious Understanding Program on Religion and
Conflict Resolution
PART II. CASE STUDIES
2 Peasant Power: Jos´e
Inocencio Alas, El Salvador
3 Men Who Walked the Street: Father Alex Reid and the Rev.
Dr. Roy Magee, Northern Ireland
4 "Would You Shoot Me, You Idiot?": Friar Ivo Markovic,
Bosnia and Herzegovina
5 The Cybermonk: Father Sava Janjic, Kosovo
6 The Elder: Ephraim Isaac, Eritrea/Ethiopia
7 The Power of Ritual: The Rev. Dr. William O. Lowrey,
Sudan
8 The Nonviolent Deputy Minister of Defense: Nozizwe
Madlala-Routledge, South Africa
9 Warriors and Brothers: Imam Muhammad Ashafa and
Pastor James Wuye, Nigeria
10 The Power of Organization: Alimamy Koroma,
Sierra Leone
11 Israel and Palestine: A History
"I am Palestinian, Arab, Christian and Israeli": Abuna Elias
Chacour
The Settler Who Spoke with Arafat Rabbi: Menachem
Froman
An Open House: Yehezkel Landau
12 Underground Woman: Sakena Yacoobi and the Afghan
Institute of Learning, Afghanistan
13 Toward a Zone of Peace: The Rev. Benny Giay,
Papua, Indonesia
PART III. COCLUSION
14 Religion, Violent Conflict and Peacemaking by Dr. David
Little
Notes
Bibliography
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Conflict management -- Religious aspects -- Case studies.
Tanenbaum Center for Interreligious Understanding -- Case studies.