Mohamed Abu-Nimer is the inaugural professor of the new Abdul Azis Said Endowed Chair for Peace and Conflict Resolution at American University. He is the author of many books including “Islam and Nonviolence,” and a global authority on interfaith dialogue. He is a founder of the Salam Institute, and a member of the Nonviolence International Board of Directors. He is Palestinian, born in Israel, and resides in the United States.
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