The banquet was also the culmination of an international forum called 'Walk With Me', hosted by Springs of Hope, bringing together experts from around the globe united by the subject of terrorism.
|Michael Gallagher from the Omagh bombing Support Group, Northern Ireland|
Springs of Hope, did an amazing job bringing together incredible Keynote speakers from Muslim, Christian and Jewish backgrounds. United by the effects of terrorism in their personal lives, the tone of this forum was not revenge, but hope. Through mutual respect and shared understanding the various participants gave informative presentations and interacted in discussion panels.
|Canon Andrew White shares about Christian persecution in Iraq with |
Muslim reformer Asra Nomani and 'Dry Bones' cartoonist Yaakov Kirschen
Walk With Me 2015 also featured a special screening by Swedish filmmaker Bo Persson who was present to introduce his new film, "Watching the Moon at Night" about terrorism and anti-semitism around the world. Local, short films were also presented by students of the Sapir Academy, Department of Cinematography.
|Swedish filmmaker, Bo Persson|
The forum concluded with a memorial to Victims of Terrorism and Cantor Moshe Goldberg sang the 'Kaddish', the traditional Jewish prayer for mourners.
|Lisa Miara interviews Dan Alon, an Olympic |
Fencer who survived the 1972 terror attack
on the Munich Olympic Village
Professor Henry Abramovitch, Israel.
Mr. Khaled Abu Toameh, Israel
Mr. Dan Alon, Israel.
Mr. Robert Campbell, Northern Ireland
Chief Detective Inspector Stephen Cargin, Northern Ireland
Mr. Michael Gallagher, Northern Ireland
Mr. Yaakov Kirschen, Israel.
Mr. Gavriel Mairone, Israel/USA
Mr. Chris Mitchell, USA
Ms. Lisa Miara, Israel
Ms. Asra Nomani, USA
Mr. Arnold Roth, Israel
Mr. Axel Schmidt, Northern Ireland
Mr. Barry Shaw, Israel.
Dr. Martin Sherman, Israel
Canon Andrew White, Iraq
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