Training 80 Youth Encounter Leaders

by Interfaith Encounter Association (IEA)
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Training 80 Youth Encounter Leaders
Training 80 Youth Encounter Leaders
Training 80 Youth Encounter Leaders
Training 80 Youth Encounter Leaders
Training 80 Youth Encounter Leaders
Training 80 Youth Encounter Leaders
Training 80 Youth Encounter Leaders
Training 80 Youth Encounter Leaders
Training 80 Youth Encounter Leaders
Training 80 Youth Encounter Leaders
Training 80 Youth Encounter Leaders
Training 80 Youth Encounter Leaders
Training 80 Youth Encounter Leaders
Training 80 Youth Encounter Leaders
Training 80 Youth Encounter Leaders
Training 80 Youth Encounter Leaders
Training 80 Youth Encounter Leaders
Training 80 Youth Encounter Leaders

Project Report | Jan 16, 2024
Jerusalem Young Adults Interfaith Encounter group

By Yehuda Stolov | Executive Director

The group met at Felm Center. Ali brought us some Jerusalem bread with hummus and we all had breakfast together as a group.

The discussion was about dietary laws among Muslims and Jews. The Muslim participants asked what the difference was between halal and kosher foods. Jewish participants explained that there are many differences, the most significant one that Jews do not mix milk with meat, and separate all the utensils as well. The Muslim participants mentioned mansaf, a traditional Arab dish that does include meat and milk together. On the other hand, both religions refrain from eating pig meat and have special laws for slaughtering. While a Muslim can eat meat slaughtered by a Muslim or a Jew, because they call upon God when slaughtering, according to Jewish law, the slaughtering has many laws and rituals.

The conversation was excellent and everyone sat back and enjoyed it.

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Interfaith Encounter Association (IEA)

Location: Jerusalem, Israel - Israel
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Project Leader:
Dr. Yehuda Stolov
Executive Director
Jerusalem , Israel
$11,038 raised of $12,750 goal
 
194 donations
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