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Towards a New Liberation Theology: Reflections on Palestine

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Compilation of papers presented at the conference 'Towards a New Liberation Theology: Reflections on Palestine', held in June 2005.

'Towards a New Liberation Theology: Reflections on Palestine' edited by Arzu Merali and Javad Sharbaf, ISBN 978-1-903718-346, pp120.

Download the PDF for free from the link below.  Hard copies can be ordered for a discounted rate of £5 (normal price UK£12) from here.

To ask for a review copy, please email M. Kapansa on dawud@ihrc.org. If you are requesting a review copy please state your name, contact details and the organisation you work for.

This book compiles the papers and transcripts of the eponymous conference of 2005.  The audio of the conference can be heard here.

The book also adds a substantial introduction to the papers, overviewing their thematics and content, as well as introducing each section: The Right of Return; The Right to Resist; and Methods of Resistance.  Contributors to the book are:

Rabbi Yisroel Weiss, Rabbi Ahron Cohen, Dr. Ilan Pappe, Dr. Saied Reza Ameli, Imam Muhammad Al-Asi, Leah Tsemel, Imam Achmad Cassiem, Fr. Joe McVeigh, Dr. Ghada M. Ramahi, May El-Khansa, Rima Fakhry, Rev Steven Sizer and Achmandarite Attalla Hannaa.

The book concludes with questions for further discussion.  A new publication based on the papers of Dr. Mohamad Nasrin Nasir and Dr. Daud Abdullah on ‘The Universality of the Theology of Liberation: Views from Muslim History’ will be launched later in 2010. 

 

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