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DAN BAR-ON is a Professor of Psychology at the Department of Behavioral Sciences at Ben-Gurion University, where he served as Chair of the Department between 1993–1995. In 1985 he launched a pioneering field research in Germany, studying the psychological and moral after-effects of the Holocaust on the children of the perpetrators. His book Legacy of Silence: Encounters with Children of the Third Reich was published in 1989 by Harvard University Press and has since been translated and published in French, German, Japanese, and Hebrew. Since then, Bar-On has brought together descendants of survivors and perpetrators for five intensive encounters (the TRT group, shown by the BBC on TimeWatch, October, 1993), as well as students from the third generation of both sides. His book Fear and Hope: Three Generations of Holocaust Survivors' Families was published in Hebrew, English, German, and Chinese. His last book The Indescribable and the Undiscussable was published in 1999 by Central European University Press. He is the co-director of PRIME (Peace Research Institute in the Middle East) near Beit Jala, PNA, with Professor Sami Adwan of Bethlehem University. Together he and Katma Kassem received the Alexander Langer Prize in Bolzano, Italy for their efforts in Peace Building between Palestinians and Israelis in June 2001. Bar-On also received the 2003 Remarque Peace Prize in Oesnabruck, Germany.

FATMA KASSEM is a PhD student in the Department of Behavioral Sciences, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev. She was a research assistant to health promotion research for Bedouin women and children and a facilitator in the Project “Two Conflicts, Four Countries” in which the participants were history teachers from Turkey, Greece, Palestine, and Israel and were supervised by Ben-Gurion and Bethlehem universities. She has belonged to the TRT group since 1998. She has published several articles and a chapter, “One Step to Making my Dream Come True” in D. Bar-On (Ed.), Bridging the Gap, (2000). She and Professor Bar-On facilitated the students' workshop reported about in this article.