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Video from Captiol Hill event: Jerusalem: The Key to Israeli-Palestinian Peace?

On Thursday, January 28, 2010, APN co-sponsored a forum on Capitol Hill featuring Danny Seidemann and Gregory Khalil.

This event was also co-sponsored by Project Engage (an initiative of the Kairos Project), and the Foundation for Middle East Peace.

Video I features Gregory Khalil's comments:

Video II features the first part of Danny Seidemann's remarks:

Video III features the conclusion of Danny Seidemann's remarks:

Danny Seidemann is an Israeli attorney, founder and director of the Israeli NGO Terrestrial Jerusalem, and a senior advisor with The Kairos Project. After litigating a variety of cases in Israeli courts and working more than 20 years on the most sensitive issues related to the disposition of Jerusalem, Danny has come to be regarded as the world's leading expert on geopolitical Jerusalem. His analysis is relied upon by negotiators and the international community.  Danny is frequently cited in top Israeli, Arab and international media. He lives with his wife and three daughters in Jerusalem and is a retired Reserve Major in Israel's Defence Forces.
Gregory Khalil is an American attorney and the President and Co-Founder of The Kairos Project, a new not-for-profit initiative in Washington D.C. that seeks to educate mainstream faith-based America and its leaders about the causes of---and solutions to---the conflict that currently ravages the Holy Land.  Previously, Greg served as a legal advisor to the Palestinian leadership on peace negotiations with Israel. Much of his extended family still lives in Beit Sahour, a Christian Palestinian town near Bethlehem. He has lectured widely on the conflict and is published in The New York Times and The Review of Faith & International Affairs. Greg is a graduate of UCLA and Yale Law School and currently lives in Washington, D.C.