Op-Ed: Let's bet on peace

Brous, Sharon
February 2014
Jewish Telegraphic Agency: 1922 to present;2/11/2014, p1
LOS ANGELES (JTA) -- John Kerry is not a naive man. I met him recently at a luncheon at Georgetown University with a small group of Christian, Muslim and Jewish faith leaders brought together to hear the secretary of state's frank reflections on the peace process.


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