Muslim Jewish Dialogue- Final Part

May 17, 2015, 5 a.m.

Social Events

3701 College Avenue, Clarkston, GA 30021, USA

Event Description

Jews & Muslims: Intimate Strangers.  Narratives at War (1945 to Present Day)


Jews & Muslims:  Intimate Strangers is a documentary tracing the history of Jewish Muslim relations, providing rich material for discussion and an opportunity to engage in conversation that can build understanding between our communities.

This hour covers modern history, addressing the different perspectives held by Muslims and Jews regarding the establishment and growth of the State of Israel and the turbulence in the Middle East. The film asks viewers to consider whether the Israel / Palestine question should overwhelm the lessons of 1400 years of shared history.

Space is limited.  Reservations are required.  $18 per person covers facility costs, the film and the price of dinner, which is halal compliant and catered by Aladdin’s Mediterranean Café.

Prayer space will be provided for those who wish to observe the call to prayer.

Financial assistance is available if the price of admission is a barrier to participation.  Should you desire financial assistance, contact Brenda Mitchell at (404) 233-5501, extension 201.  To reserve a seat, visit

Directions to Clarkston Community Center:  Take I-285 to exit #40 East to Clarkston;  turn right onto N. Indian Creek Dr., cross the tracks, then go four blocks; turn left on Jackson Dr.  Parking lot is on the left.


The Muslim-Jewish Dialogue mission is to advance interfaith understanding between Jews and Muslims through sharing our common history, understanding our similarities and differences and pursuing ways to work together.


Program Co-chairs:  Mansa Bilal Mark King and Sandra Cuttler

Edit This Event Last Edited By: Program Co-chairs: Mansa Bilal Mark King and Sandra Cuttler on May 1, 2015, 7:49 p.m.