TH 352 Israelis and Palestinians: Two Peoples, Three Faiths (Fall: 3)
Satisfies Cultural Diversity Core Requirement
In 1993 the parties in the Middle Eastern Conflict came to a watershed agreement,
which had eluded them earlier, to recognize one another's legitimacy as
peoples. The agreement has been difficult to maintain and to withdraw and
has figured massively into the turbulent events in the region since that
time. This course examines how, in the whole history of the conflict, the
elements of ethnicity and faith have contributed to the hatreds and resentments
of these peoples and the extent to which mutual acceptance and respect at
these levels of faith and ethnicity can contribute to healing the conflict.
Raymond Helmick, S.J.
Last Updated: 04-JUN-13