INH Workshop with Ghanaian Youth

During the month of May, the institute hosted five promising young men and women from Ghana, where they were formerly introduced to the principles of the INH. They were then sponsored to come to The Village of Peace where they received conflict reconciliation training which focused on the principles of Dr. Martin Luther King and […]

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My brothers Keeper worshop Akvah

In the month of November 20013, the INH conduct a presentation for the Dimona Israel Akva school student counsel entitled My Brother’s/Sister’s Keeper. The goal was to share and discuss leadership and conflict reconciliation skills based on the principles of the INH which include principles of Dr. Martin Luther King and the Lifestyle of the […]

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INH hosted Journalist David Sheen

On July 2, 20012, the INH hosted Journalist David Sheen and the viewing of his one hour documentary entitled Racism Report: Africans in Israel in the Village of Peace in Dimona Israel. The film which was sent to the United Nations on behalf of the African Refugee Development Center in Tel-Aviv gives a very telling […]

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Observer Mission for INH

On June 20  2012, on the request of journalist David Sheen director of the documentary Racism Report: Africans in Israel, the INH sent two reprentatives to south Tel-Aviv as observers of the protest in response of the presence of the asylum seekers. There has been ongoing violent activity against the Sudanese refugees in Israel.

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‘Pathway to peace’ – breaking the destructive status quo

Jerusalem Post.com » Israel » Article Jan. 4, 2006 4:29 | Updated Jan. 4, 2006 13:54By JONATHAN SCHNEIDERWith hopes of inspiring leaders from Israel, the PA and the rest of the world to consider alternative approaches to peace, Dr. Bernard Lafayette, a former colleague and close friend of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., will give a lecture […]

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U.S. Nonviolence Pioneer Lauds Hebrew Israelites of Dimona

HAARETZ By Daphna Berman A leading African-American pioneer in nonviolence training called the Dimona Hebrew Israelite community and its “village of peace” an international model for nonviolence. Dr. Bernard LaFayette, a confidant and colleague of the late Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.,praised the Hebrew Israelites for not resorting to violence, despite the fact that they […]

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