Join us for our upcoming webinar:
Thursday, December 12th at 2:00 PM EST
Yigal Elhanan is 27 years old and Israeli; Arab Aramin is 25 and Palestinian. Both have lost their sisters to the violent conflict. They should hate one another, but instead they call each other brother. They are united in their grief and in their shared vision: no one else should lose a sister or any family member to this conflict.
Join us for a conversation with Yigal and Arab. These two, young, peace leaders will share their stories of bereavement and why they chose a path of reconciliation, rather than revenge.
Arab is 25 years old. In 2007, his sister Abir was shot and killed in front of her school by an Israeli border police officer. Arab is a member and activist in the Parents Circle – Families Forum. His father, Bassam Aramin, serves as the Palestinian Co-Director of the organization.