Mevie Or

Sharing the Light


The months of Kislev and December mark the darkest days of the year, with shorter days and longer nights. It is a time when myths about light and darkness emerge, and light festivals are celebrated across various cultures.

This year, the darkness seems particularly profound, accompanied by significant pain, fear, confusion, and anger. Amidst ongoing conflicts, there is are voices advocating for polarization and inciting hatred. Therefore, it is crucial, especially now, to increase the light.

During this dark month of the year, we aim to address the cycle of violence through encounters between Muslims, Christians, and Jews, involving dialogue, prayer, learning, and collaborative creation. We will carry out encounters throughout December, with the hope of fostering ongoing connections and shared activities, collectively brightening our communities.

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