Common Ground between Islam and Judaism

Gazette review
Brooke Kenny
MD, December 15, 2010
Gazette Newspapers

The Silver Spring resident already is a well-known artist and activist. Matters of social justice fuel Block's paintings, as well his first book, "Shalom/Salaam: A Story of a Mystical Fraternity."

Shed a Tear for Safed

Muslim Dialogue, November 15, 2010

We read sometime ago in the Washington Post (“Allegations of Racism and questions about a town’s character”), about the continuing desecration of a once fertile Jewish-Muslim mystical fraternity. The article notes: “In the winding stone alleys of this Galilee hill town, a centuries-old center of Jewish mysticism, a campaign is underway.

Book review of “Shalom/Salaam”

Publishers Weekly
New York, NY, October 27, 2010
Publishers Weekly

Block, a Jew, independent scholar, and “citizen-diplomat,” spent more than 10 years researching and uncovering the hidden links between the mystical systems within Islam and Judaism, expressed in Sufism and Kabbalah, respectively.

Artists, Activists Unite for Human Rights: Art festival aims to raise awareness, inspire social change

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Luke Wilusz
Columbia, IL, September 27, 2010
Columbia Chronicle

The citizens of Iraq are no strangers to atrocity. Crimes against humanity have been perpetrated there and around the world for years, yet many Americans are largely unaware anything is wrong. This week, a group of artists and legal activists will do its best to change that.

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