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Peace Café 4 קפה שלום 4 السلام كافي

On the 27th, March. 2009 Fourth Peace Cafe in Beit Jalla. In this group we will post summaries of discussions from our meeting, pictures, photos .. Location: Beit Jala Peacemakers: Latest Activity:

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Latest Activity: Jan 4, 2013

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Comment by Martin Rau on January 4, 2013 at 9:55am

Hallo, dear peacemakers,

I have not been at mepeace a lot. I had some difficulty with my email. But since I am living in Beit Jala again, I would also like to attend the next meeting in Beit Jala if there is one in the future. Hope to see you again, Martin

Comment by mohammad on April 29, 2011 at 10:16pm
hi
Comment by Angele Lourice Clark born Rabba on January 5, 2010 at 12:45am
Irit thank yo. I so wish I cold fund some relatives. Does anyone know the Kahat family?
Comment by Irit Hakim-Keller on January 4, 2010 at 9:49pm
Dear Anqele,
Your comment is very moving - I wish you to find your family in Beit Jalla, through this place of peace.
Bless you
Irit
Comment by Angele Lourice Clark born Rabba on September 15, 2009 at 4:44pm
May I join this group ? My family were from Beit Jalla . I wonder if any of them are members. I was Born Rabba my father was Jabra Elias Rabba My grandmother was Nijmeh Hackat( I dont know the correct spelling ) I had 2 brothers Elias and Demitri they were killed at the Allenby Bridge 40 years ago. I dont read or speak arabic as I was addopted and taken to england when I was 9. Does anyone remember me?
It would be so wonderfull if relatives were members here too.
God Bless everyone.
Comment by Jeff Rudy on April 8, 2009 at 4:51am
Hello Peacemakers,

Today I picked up a journal to begin writing down my view of my life experiences. On its cover are the words "Live, Love and Dance"

I have yet to pick up a pen, but an idea came to mind. What if we all collaborated on publishing a book on how to bring about peace for the children and the next genreations to come? What would be possible if we "shed a little light" on each of our own humanity, bridging all differences and misunderstanding regarding the insanity of conflict and the impact on all children?

It would be my intention that each of us say something new and something not based on the past and not even the present. I guess I am asking for each of us to write from a clean slate and ground our thoughts in what type of world children, particularly those in harms way, would want the opportunity to grow up in.

Basically, I am asking each of you to consider the brilliant, amazing and extraordinary

And I know I would have to give up my attachments to holding on to my past and even my present views on things. I would work on creating this beautifyul world from nothing I know or have experienced.

I have a good friend in publishing who I beleive would help us geet this published.

In terms of proceeds, we could look at revenue going to Where Peace Lives and MePeace projects in Israel and Palewstine.

I dare to speak the dreams of children for a world that allows them to grow up free, safe and strong, with a voice to declare a future of peace.

I look forward to your responses.

Thank you all for being people making a difference in the world.

Much love and peace,
Jeff Rudy
Co-founder
Where Peace Lives
www.wherepeacelives.org
jrudy@wherepeacelives.org
201-349-2331
Comment by Neri Bar-On on March 30, 2009 at 5:55pm
Comment by muller jean francois on March 29, 2009 at 10:39am
nice pic.
Comment by Rivka on March 28, 2009 at 5:18pm
Congratulations on the big turn-out! Did anyone make a summary of any of the discussions?
Comment by Mahmood Sairally on March 28, 2009 at 4:24pm
Dear Neri,
Congratulations for the successful Peace Café. This should be a perpetual institution where everyone could dialog openly and frankly with each other. It is the best and only way to a peaceful understanding.
I am certain that this café could also be organised in other cities and towns worldwide. In so doing we will educate our fellow citizens to open up and speak about their misfeelings, etc.

Have a nice and restful weekend. Shalom, salaam and Peace be with all of you. Light and Love.

Mahmood
 

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