Jack was fair and courageous in speaking his mind about this subject. He spoke with genuine passion, eloquence, humility and humor.
Dr. Shaheen once said, “the story tellers of today have a tremendous impact on the world as we perceive it.” His influence on these story tellers has helped to improve perceptions of Arab Americans, and we are tremendously grateful for all of his brave efforts.
The Jerusalem Fund’s Board of Directors and staff mourn the passing of H.E. Ambassador Clovis Maksoud, who passed away yesterday, May 15, 2016. “He was always a friend of The Jerusalem Fund and of Palestine,” said Dr. Subhi Ali, chairman of the Board of Directors, “and admired by all of us.”
WASHINGTON, D.C. (March, 25 2016) — Executive Director, Zeina Azzam, was interviewed by poet Grace Cavalieri in a 30-minute segment for the Library of Congress’s “The Poet and the Poem” audio podcast.
The Jerusalem Fund is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Edmund Ghareeb as Senior Scholar. “We have collaborated on projects with Dr. Ghareeb for many years,” said Dr. Subhi Ali, chair of The Jerusalem Fund’s Board of Advisors, “and now we are happy to welcome him to join us in a scholarly capacity.”
WASHINGTON, D.C. (6 July 2015) – The Jerusalem Fund for Education and Community Development is saddened by the loss of Dr. Mujid S. Kazimi, Professor of Nuclear Engineering at MIT, one of the world’s foremost educators and researchers in nuclear technology, and one of the pillars of our community, who died suddenly on Wednesday in China. He suffered a heart attack while visiting Harbin Engineering University to participate in an international advisory committee.
WASHINGTON, D.C. (9 March 2015) – The Jerusalem Fund Board of Directors is pleased to announce the appointment of Zeina Azzam as Executive Director of The Fund and its educational program, The Palestine Center. She joins the staff of The Jerusalem Fund on 11 March 2015.
WASHINGTON, D.C. (13 February 2015) – The Jerusalem Fund mourns the passing of Dr. Naseer Aruri, a former board member and Palestine Center Advisor. Chancellor Professor of Political Science at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, and internationally recognized Middle East expert, Dr. Aruri died Tuesday, February 10, at the age of 81 from complications related to Parkinson’s disease.