Aug. 28 & Sept. 12 – More “Interfaith” Dialogue events

1. Teatime for Peace, Tuesday, August 28, 2018 at 6:30 PM.
Sponsored by National Council of Jewish Women-Cleveland chapter. Held at Fairmount Temple, 23737 Fairmount Blvd., Beachwood, OH 44122.

2.  Teatime for Peace, Wednesday, September 12, 2018 at 6:30 PM.    Sponsored by Brecksville/Broadview Hts/Independence Clergy Fellowship. Held at Brecksville United Church of Christ, 23 Public Square 44141.  On Rt. 82 west of Brecksville Road.

 

Teatime for Peace is billed as “interfaith dialogue”  but in truth, it is more about politics than religion.

They state plainly at events that the immigration ban language is their main issue.  The program uses victimhood, identity politics, limit of open exchange and dilution of truth for all.   From Teatime’s promo brochure:

It “began in response to an action-alert from a women led grassroots peace(civil rights advocacy) organization, asking supporters to host what was called a ‘Pop Up for Peace’ event. The intention was to bring the Muslim community together with the wider community as a show of support and solidarity due to the language of fear, separation and hate during the 2016 election. West Shore Unitarian Universalist Church and the Council on American-Islamic Relations decided this was an important issue to champion.”

Contact us at Info@ACTCleveland.org if you are a new participant and want more information on this issue and the Interfaith Watchdog Team.