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Selling a Vision of Hope: A Refreshing Alternative to Armageddon

Look inside Nissim Dahan's book Selling a Vision of Hope with Google Books.

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Palestinian sister-city proposal stirs rancor in Colorado

FILE - In this Dec. 15, 2013 file photo, a Palestinian walks through snow on his way home in the West Bank city of Nablus. The Boulder, Colo., City Council was scheduled to vote Tuesday, April 19, 2016, on a formal sister-city relationship with Nablus on the West Bank. But proponents instead asked the city to name a mediator to work with them and opponents, saying they were surprised by the resistance they encountered despite their efforts to win over their critics. (AP Photo/Nasser Ishtayeh, File)
BOULDER, Colo. (AP) ? This peaceful university town is 7,000 miles from the violence of the Middle East, but a proposal to become sister cities with a Palestinian community has stirred such rancor that the City Council is trying to negotiate a truce among its own residents.

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Shalom USA Radio Interview E-mail

On September 23rd, 2007, Nissim (Nick) Dahan was interviewed by Jay Bernstein & Larry Cohen, and took calls from the listeners of the weekly radio show. Listen to this inspiring and thought provoking conversation. A transcript is also available.

Tom Marr Show Interview E-mail

Listen to, or read the transcript of, Nissim (Nick) Dahan's interview on the Tom Marr Show that aired Thursday, September 20th, 2007. It was a positive discussion focusing on the central themes of Selling a Vision of Hope, the recently published book by Nissim Dahan.

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Since the dawn of human civilization, people have believed in a lot of half-baked notions. Some of these ideas have left behind millions of corpses in their wake. Our only hope is that in today's world of increasing complexity, the vast majority of people will come to believe that we have no choice but to make sense of our lives. With enough Ideological persuasion, and with enough Economic incentives, they may be moved to marginalize the extremists, and to shift the world in a slightly different direction, one that points to the possibility of peace.