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Who's Who

The KAICIID Who is Who in Interreligious Dialogue is an online directory hosting information on individuals active and expert in IRD such as religious leaders, policymakers, heads of international organisations, teachers, trainers and activists.  Search the directory to connect with experts and specialists from every continent engaged in a wide variety of initiatives.

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IsraelJudaism

Prof. Dr. Itzchak Weismann

Professor of Islamic Studies, Haifa University

Itzchak Weismann is Associate Professor of Islamic studies and former Director of the Jewish-Arab Center at Haifa University. He is also the editor of Sahar (Crescent) series of translations into Hebrew of major modern Islamic texts. His scholarship focuses on Salafism, Islamic movements in the...

NigeriaChristianity

Pastor Dr. James Movel Wuye

Co-Executive Director, Interfaith Mediation Centre

James Wuye is an Assemblies of God Pastor and co-director with Imam Muhammad Ashafa of the Interfaith Mediation Center of the Muslim-Christian Dialogue in the Kaduna State, Northern Nigeria. He is the son a soldier who fought the Biafra War. During the 1980s and 1990s, James Wuye got involved in...

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