Professor Michael Corinaldi

Professor Michael Corinaldi

Professor Michael Corinaldi Wednesday, November 12, 2008 Professor Michael Corinaldi has led the struggle for equal rights for small communities within the State of Israel, gaining recognition for minority rights through the legal system.  He successfully argued two...
Ghassan al-Shaq’ah

Ghassan al-Shaq’ah

Ghassan al-Shaq’ah Monday, February 18, 2008 Advocate Ghassan ElShaq’ah is a long-time friend to the Samaritan people. Born in Nablus to one of the most prominent households of Nablus, he was the Mayor of Nablus for nearly two decades. In that role, developed...
Munib al-Masri

Munib al-Masri

Munib al-Masri Monday, February 18, 2008 Munib al-Masri is a noted philanthropist, currently being mentioned as a candidate for Prime Minister of a Palestinian Authority unity government. The idea was first raised by Egypt, and has received the blessing of Jordan, the...
Paul Pinkerton

Paul Pinkerton

Paul Pinkerton/Paul’s Kids Vietnam Children’s Charity Tuesday, January 1, 2008 Paul Pinkerton grew up in central Pennsylvania and in 1969 was drafted to serve in Vietnam. Like many combat vets, Paul returned home from the frontlines of the war bitter as a result of...
Rev. Dr. James Miller Singer

Rev. Dr. James Miller Singer

Rev. Dr. James Miller Singer Friday, April 13, 2007 A Lutheran pastor for 58 years, Rev. Dr. Singer founded and served as president of the leading interfaith evangelism ministry in Washington, DC, served as Dean of the Washington and Baltimore districts of the...
Lord Eric Avebury

Lord Eric Avebury

Lord Eric Avebury Sunday, February 11, 2007 Eric Lubbock joined the Liberal Party in 1960, was elected a councillor in 1961, won the Orpington by-election in 1962, and was appointed Chief Whip by Jo Grimond in 1963. Since then, he says, it has been downhill all the...