A distinguished attorney at the American Jewish Committee (and son of Holocaust survivors) shares some personal sentiments about today’s Israeli-Gaza warfare and then discusses his advocacy of religious freedom with special reference to recent corporate claims and to religious discrimination in the workplace.
A continuing conversation concerning freedom of religion and church-state issues. Hosted by the General Counsel's Office of the Columbia Union Conference. To listen now, choose a podcast from the list below or go to the iTunes Music Store.
Amireh Al-Haddad is the director of the Religious Freedom Project at Georgetown University describes the nature of its research, evaluates the International Religious Freedom Act of 1998, and assesses the plight of Christians in the Middle East and Asia.