Mark D. Siljander

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wiki "He represented Michigan for 15 years, which includs three terms as a Member of the United States Congress, where he served on the International Relations Middle East Subcommittee and was Ranking Member of the Africa Subcommittee. He was the primary sponsor of the African Famine Relief Act. Mark was later appointed by President Reagan as a US Ambassador (Alt. Delegate) to the United Nations in New York, where he served as a member of the Middle East and Africa Strategy Group of permanent representatives...

"Congressman Siljander has received acclaim for his work in reconciliation. He received various leadership awards, including the 1996 Mohandas K. Gandhi International Peace Award, for “…recognition of his courageous statesmanship in international reconciliation.” " [1]

A Deadly Misunderstanding [2]

"Mr. Siljander builds a compelling case that any faithful reading of religion and its teachings should serve to unite, not to divide. He documents what many of us instinctively believe: that people of the great faith traditions all share the same core beliefs and ideals. That compassion, solidarity, respect for life, and kindness towards others are but some of the many common threads tying together men and women of faith." - H.E. Ban Ki Moon, Secretary-General of the United Nations, from the Foreword

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  1. Bio, Mark D. Siljander, accessed February 18, 2010.
  2. Endorsements, Mark D. Siljander, accessed February 18, 2010.