Khaled’s understanding of the conflict is based in deep personal knowledge of what it means to experience loss. He, his mother and many of his brothers spent time in Israeli prisons. His brother was killed by an Israeli soldier, and his son was left handicap after an attack. He chose to transform his personal pain into a deeper spiritual practice, one that demands acceptance. "I don’t experience occupation," he says. “There is no war inside of me.”
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN:
- How one man turned pain into peace and purpose
- Why the future will be shaped by women and the youth
- The power of healing trauma
- One Muslim perspective on prophecy today
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