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Lions Roar : March 2016
ARIKKOPELMAN hours to a few days at a time, stopping in Arab and Jewish com- munities to share our hopes for nonviolence and compassion. We walked silently in a long line, Israeli Jews and Arabs one after another, and practiced loving-kindness for ourselves and passersby. One of the old-timers on the peace walks was Sheikh Abu Amin, a leader of a Bedouin tribe in the Galilee. Once we went together to the rabbi of the town of Acre to invite his students to join the peace walk. During the conversation, the rabbi sud- denly turned to Abu Amin and asked him, “Tell me, how do you make peace?” Abu Amin replied in his calm manner, “When I walk through a Jewish town and someone shouts at me, ‘Go home, Arab,’ I absorb their violence into me and smile. I let it go inside of me, and it goes nowhere after that. That stops the chain of violence right there.” In 2010, some alumni of the peace walks established Engaged Dharma Israel, intended to allow practitioners to become more politically aware and connect to their commitment to nonvio- lence. A good example is our work in agricultural lands of the village Al-Walaja near Jerusalem, which the Israeli authorities SHIRI BARR is a conflict transformation specialist who codeveloped the Mind the Conflict model. STEPHEN FULDER, PhD, is the founder of the Israel Insight Society and has been involved in peacework in the Middle East for many years. AVIV TATARSKY is a human rights activist and founding member of Engaged Dharma Israel. Israeli Jews and Arabs walk together for peace. LION’S ROAR | MARCH 2016 26 CULTURE • LIFE • PRACTICE