Harvard Researcher Has New Plan for Middle East Peace: Take a Walk

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Both Jews and Muslims claim Abraham as their forefather. The director of a Harvard Law School center called the Global Negotiations Project thinks they should remember that claim, and he wants to help them do it, the Crimson reports. How? By taking them on a hike down the "Abraham Path," starting in Harran, Turkey, where Biblical scholars believe Abraham was when God told him to "go forth from your country," and ending at his tomb, in the West Bank city of Hebron.