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Desmond Tutu & Zak Ebrahim, “The Terrorist’s Son”, speak about their values and peace activism

Speaking in a panel discussion on beliefs at the Skoll World Forum, Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu and Zak Ebrahim, author of “The Terrorist’s Son” and the son of a convicted terrorist, shared how faith and beliefs have led them to work for peace.

The Huffington Post writes about Tutu and Ebrahim, who have had very different religious experiences. Tutu, still a practicing Christian, explained that his values came from interactions with other people, and seeing how people could show one another […]

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