Tune in Thursday, May 13 for a special broadcast of CNI: Jerusalem Calling with the co-founder, President and CEO of the Holy Land Christian Ecumenical Foundation (HCEF), Sir Rateb Y. Rabie, KCHS. Rabie will be joined by host and CNI board member Dr. E. Faye Williams, as the two discuss the current status of the peace process, and the role of Christians in peace efforts in the Holy Land.
Sir Rateb Y. Rabie, KCHS was born in Amman, Jordan to Palestinian parents, and in 1976 he came to the United States, became a citizen, and obtained a degree in business management. From 1981 to 1986, he was Director of Operations for Saudi Support Services, Ltd. In 1988, he moved to Washington, D.C. where he managed and owned several businesses.
He is currently an international consultant for business development. Sir Rabie is a past national president, Vice President, Treasurer and Co-founder of the Institute for Health, Development, and Research in Palestine, as well as a Board Member of the American Task Force for Palestine (ATFP).
Rateb Rabie, a Knight Commander of the Holy Sepulcher and a Sir Knight of Columbus, is committed to ameliorating living conditions in the Holy Land and to preserving its Christian heritage.
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