Kids4Peace Jerusalem

Kids4Peace is a grassroots interfaith youth movement dedicated to ending conflict and inspiring hope in Jerusalem and other divided societies around the world.

أطفال لأجل السلام هي حركة شعبية شبابية من مختلف الأديان مكرسة لإنهاء الصراعات وزرع الأمل في مدينة القدس وفي المجتمعات المتناحرة الأخرى حول العالم.

ילדים של שלום היא תנועת נוער בין-דתית המחוברת במהותה לקהילה. תנועת הנוער מוקדשת לסיום קונפליקטים ומפיצה תקווה בירושלים ובחברות מפולגות ברחבי העולם.

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Why Jerusalem?

Kids4Peace Jerusalem is a community who share in the life of the city of Jerusalem and regard it as sacred and holy. Kids4Peace youth come from Jewish, Christian, and Muslim families, many who have been living in the greater Jerusalem area for generations. While historically these different communities lived side-by-side without ever engaging the other, Kids4Peace is helping to bring the youth of Jerusalem and their families together, to create a community of leaders acting for lasting change.

Jerusalem OfficeVisit Us

PO Box 21219, Beit Hanena. 912120
Al-Nujum, Jerusalem
Phone/Fax: 02-587-5167

Rebecca Sullum

Rebecca Sullum

co-director

Rebecca has been with Kids4Peace since 2006 and director since 2012. She holds an MA in Conflict Transformation from the School of International Training in Vermont. Rebecca joined Kids4Peace after her experience serving in the first female combat unit in the IDF. Rebecca lives in Jaffa with her husband and her son Yair.

Mohammad Joulany

Mohammad Joulany

co-director

Mohammad joined Kids4Peace in 2009 and has co-directed since 2012. He spent several years abroad which enabled him to meet different people and value coexistence. Mohammad holds an MA in Entrepreneurship and International Marketing. He lives in Shuafat with his wife and son Ibrahim.

Winter Event

Winter Event

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“You know, I actually voted in these elections. I am registered in a swing state, so I felt that I had to vote,” I yelled on top of the noise at the US Embassy Election Celebration in Tel Aviv. I was speaking to Mohammad, my colleague of 5 years, and his wife…. Read More

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