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  • Mepeace Regional Groups

    25 members Latest Activity: Oct 18, 2011 A great way to connect people that live nearby you (that you otherwise would not have known), and to create events, workshops, networking, etc.

  • LendforPeace.org

    26 members Latest Activity: Apr 12, 2014 LendforPeace.org is non-profit organization started by 2 Jews and 2 Palestinians, which enables individuals to make loans to deserving Palestinian…

  • MEPEACE Volunteers

    165 members Latest Activity: Nov 21, 2015 Join this group to participate and lead our transformation. Join and receive details. You can also email us directly at: volunteer@mepeace.org.

  • Peace Cafe IV

    7 members Latest Activity: Aug 6, 2011 Join us on 27/3/2009 at our Peace Cafe for Dialogue and Interaction.

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