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Bringing Holocaust Remembrance to the Public Square

By Gabriela Anciola

Lest We Forget is a remembrance project initiated by German-Italian photographer and filmmaker Luigi Toscano. Luigi has been making sociopolitical…

You could teach English in Nazareth

By The Philos Project Team

Right now our Israel Engagement Program Teaching Fellows are participating in a three-month organized program of community service, study and…

Fellow Spotlight: Mina Abdelmalak

By Philos Project

Mina Abdelmalak is an associate fellow of The Philos Project. Mina advocates for pluralism in Egypt and solidarity with the…

Fellow Spotlight: Khalil Sayegh

By Philos Project

Khalil Sayegh is an associate fellow of the Philos Project. Khalil is speaking truth and advocating for reconciliation and friendship…

Thank you to the Philos Project for an excellent, unique experience in Israel. I greatly appreciate the fair and insightful way they handled complex issues, and am especially grateful at how careful they were to show us the people – the real people, the diverse people – who live in that land. Philos is working hard to create a new conversation about Israel and the Middle East and they’re doing a terrific job. I commend their work wholeheartedly.

— Russell Moore

President of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission