Real Conversations bridging the divide between Jews and Muslims

Rabbi Laura Janner-Klausner launched a new programme at Limmud aiming to improve Jewish-Muslim relations. The scheme, to be run in Leeds and Bradford next spring in conjunction with the Islamic Society of Britain, will be “a way of having difficult conversations” changing how Jews and Muslims view each other, view themselves and view their role as British citizens.

“Real Conversations can be the template for unlocking fortress thinking. I strongly believe that well-facilitated, difficult conversations enable toxins to come out, helping us to build immunity for a healthier, more robust Britain” said Rabbi Laura Janner-Klausner.

Read more about the programme in

The Jewish Chronicle

and

The Jewish News