Abraham Path Initiative


Abraham Path Initiative

The Abraham Path Initiative is an NGO seeking to inspire and support the emergence of the Abraham Path -- a permanent cultural route and itinerary running through a number of countries in the Middle East.

Website: http://www.abrahampath.org
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Comment by Pablo Lumerman on February 4, 2011 at 4:19pm

Dear  Joshua, how area you.  Besides my desire to ratify my participation in this working group, I wanted to tell you about an event that may be of AP interest. The UN is organizaing the Latin American and Caribbean Meeting in support of Israeli-Palestrinian Peace. This is organized by the  Commiitee on the Exercise of the Inalienable Rights of the Palestinian People. The event is in Montevideo the 29th and 30th of March,   and is organiced for track 1 diplomacy and track 2 as will. The third day will be for civil society organizations to participate actively. Maybe you can tell the Brazilian Chapter that this oportunity of showing the work that  the AP is doing in  Latin America.


Best Wishes!

Comment by Muhammad Tahir Tabassum on October 15, 2010 at 7:59pm
Hello Mr. Josh Weiss, Its very unique and worthful mission. I am happy to visit your web site. We have many thing common and can help each other.
Comment by Sohail Mahmood on February 18, 2010 at 8:52pm
we have much in common
good luck
Comment by Ocholi Seidu on February 13, 2010 at 6:12pm
The way to peace and stability lies in the hand of our present and future leaders including the common masses. Cultural differences among people with various backgrounds should be a variety for unity and diverse strengths to be recognized. This group will do a lot more to contribute to change and development. I am happy to be a member of this group.
Comment by Pastor Samuel Muderhwa M on September 14, 2009 at 7:38pm
Dear josh
thanks you are doing the good work
please you may pass through our site and see what we are doing too

God bless you
Pastor Samuel
Comment by Abraham on September 14, 2009 at 12:33am
Looks wonderful!
Comment by Michael Donahue on May 26, 2009 at 9:47am
We had Branwen Cale present the program to a group of teens from Turkey, Germany and Chicago we worked with over the summer as a part of a project with World Learning. Shortly after we met, we approached Tyler about doing a "walk" which seemed like something the Path Initiative was doing at the time. In Denver, there is a small park, with several large public art pieces and just across from Cable founder Bill Daniel's home which he gave to the city for events. We planned a breakfast at the home and had arranged for a Muslim group, a Jewish group, to go along with the teens we had in Denver from Cyprus. (Greek Orthodox and Muslim), and our plan was to use three art pieces as representative of the three faiths, yet the only day we could have this walk was on a Sunday and the schedule broke down so we did not get to do this event. It remains a very viable metaphorical walk and something we ought to pass on. In fact, I will do that.

On another note, I will send you something direct, we are working on. . .will also be sending to Bill via Essrea. Pretty cool project and the Path would fit nicely in the conversation.

All the best,

Comment by Josh Weiss on May 19, 2009 at 4:32am

Good to hear from you -- I remember you well! Tell me more about how you used the Abraham path...I am very interested. And let me know if we can help getting teens and others on the path!


Comment by Michael Donahue on May 12, 2009 at 1:37am
Josh, hello! We first met a couple of years ago at an introduction to the Path in Boulder. Bill Ury, J.P. Lederach and Susan Collins Mark were in attendance as well. have spoken with Tyler Norris a couple of times and even used the Abraham Path with a group of teens from Turkey, Germany and Chicago as part of a youth program. Working on a proposal, now, for a project that would include young scholars and leaders from Turkey and USA and have the A Path in mind, both for Denver portion of project as well as Turkey. has a D.C. component as well. Looks like I may get to work with some teens from UNDP-ACT (Cyprus) yet i have still been unable to meet your friend there. . .Javier.

All the best. . .

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