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Crowdfunding Campaign - Dance in Palestine: Spotlight on the Differently Abled

Yante spearheads this international dance production in collaboration with the Abu Rayya Rehabiliation Center, Dance Ability Mexico and Tareq Abboushi…

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Added by Adam Roufberg on January 1, 2014 at 1:22am — No Comments

The Current “State” of Palestine

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With at “non-member observer state” seat in the UN and a new sign that reads “State of Palestine”, Palestine has been donning the robe of “state” sainthood, using it now to sue Israel in International Criminal Court (ICC). The global…

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Added by Iliana Hagenah on March 10, 2013 at 7:00pm — 10 Comments

Can I just ask...?

What exactly is Zionism? I've heard that some Jewish people are against it, I thought it was only Jewish people who could be Zionist but then I hear that there are Muslim Zionists also. Is it, generally speaking, a good or bad thing to be a Zionist? And are you one? I've heard that Zionists are anti-peace but that clearly must be wrong as some people on this site are. Just really confused...

Added by Louize Helen on September 24, 2012 at 5:17pm — No Comments

Israel loves Iran, Iran loves Israel, UK loves Iran

These are some facebook groups you may be interested in joining in order to make more contacts with fellow peacemakers, there is also a 'Germany loves Iran' and some more for Israel and Palestine. It might seem like nothing, a simple facebook group but like this site important contacts can be made with fellow peacemakers creating further unity :)

Added by Louize Helen on September 24, 2012 at 4:56pm — No Comments

Interfaith news - NewGround: A Muslim-Jewish Partnership for Change - Los Angeles

Thanks to a friend I came across the following link on some great interfaith activism in Los Angeles

Rabbi Sarah Bassin, …

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Added by Stewart Mills on April 21, 2012 at 7:38pm — 6 Comments

Seeking: The Next Generation of Creative Peace-builders

Currently focusing on the Israeli/Palestinian conflict, 'Peace it Together' is a unique program that offers youth the opportunity to connect deeply with their so-called "enemy" while co-creating short films that can be used as peace-building tools throughout the world.

Through dialogue and collaborative filmmaking, participants learn how to communicate and work together in ways that ensure everyone's needs are being met. This newly fostered ability to create something with…

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Added by Peace it Together on December 10, 2010 at 1:33am — No Comments

Lethal Politics: Antisemitism as Human Rights -- By Anne BAYEFSKY (July 2008)

[Comment: Long but worthwhile read. Explains what many Jews and Israelis feel and think. ==PmR]


Lethal Politics: Antisemitism as Human Rights

By Anne BAYEFSKY

ADC Gandel Oration -- Melbourne and Sydney, Australia

July 6 and 8, 2008

Introduction

Human rights have become a weapon. A potent force for denunciation and defeat – not in the hands of the abused, but in the hands of the abusers. Those powerful few who know…

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Added by Paul RETI on January 1, 2010 at 3:00pm — 3 Comments

Meet Marc Gopin in TORONTO

Director of the Center on Religion, Diplomacy, and Conflict Resolution at George Mason University’s Institute for Conflict Analysis and Resolution will be speaking about his new book “To Make the Earth Whole” at:



INDIGO BOOKS AND MUSIC



MANULIFE CENTRE – Bay & Bloor



TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15 AT 7PM



Please join us to hear and meet the author of this important work and buy a signed copy of the book



To Make the Earth Whole: The Art of Citizen… Continue

Added by CRDC_GMU on October 7, 2009 at 4:43pm — No Comments

New England Paper Highlights Aziz Sarah’s Work as a Peacemaker

Published by malloryh under Israel, Palestine, Palestinians, citizen diplomacy, narrative, peace process

By Mallory Huggins



A few weeks ago, The Jewish Voice & Herald (which serves New England and Southeastern Massachusetts) spolighted our own Aziz Abu Sarah’s work as an activist in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. The article, titled “Palestinian activist: From angry young man to a proponent of peace,” discusses Aziz’s very personal connection to the conflict and how he… Continue

Added by CRDC_GMU on August 28, 2009 at 9:47pm — No Comments

21-Century Global Palestine? Government 2.0: eGovernment, eDemocracy and eParticipation

http://globalpalestine.blogspot.com/2009/06/21-century-global-palestine-government.html



About: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Government_2.0



ستقام هذه السنة عدة مؤتمرات حول الموضوع اعلاه منها في امريكا و المانيا،برلين.

http://www.gov2summit.com/

http://gov20camp-berlin.mixxt.de/



امل ان يشارك اكبر عدد من الاجيال الفلسطينية الصاعدة بها

لن اتمكن من حضور مؤتمر برلين لانني ساكون قد اتممت هجرتي العكسية من المانيا الى الوطن بذلك الوقت لهذا امل ان نعمل على… Continue

Added by Wael_ on June 17, 2009 at 8:08pm — 2 Comments

Nice to see Mepeace.org exists and look forward to being here...

Hello Fellow Peacemakers,



It's great to know mepeace exists, I had the good fortune of meeting Eyal Raviv, manager of this site at a recent political event called the Jaffa Conference promoting Arab / Jewish dialog.



I am in Israel working on conflict resolution and helping with the political party, Brit Olam.



Brit Olam is chaired by my dear friend Ofer Lifschitz with whom I co-founded an… Continue

Added by Byron DeLear on January 17, 2009 at 9:30pm — No Comments

Gaza Door of Opportunity

Gaza Door of Opportunity By Neri Bar-On and Deborah P. Sampson Center for Human Emergence Israel




What follows are some reflections about the present & future of Gaza in light of the broader scope of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict. We perceive an opening to a possibility for simultaneously muting the radicals while fostering the moderate Build Palestine effort, to be supported glocally:



Right now, in the Gaza Strip, we are witnessing a clear… Continue

Added by Neri Bar-On on January 14, 2009 at 9:00am — 9 Comments

20th Day and Counting: Gazans and Sderot Residents Non-Violently Protest TOGETHER for Peace

Dear friends,



Last night I received a message from an Israeli woman I had never met. She found me because of another woman I never met, and all of this because of a Social Networking Website. She lives in Sderot:



Hello dear Scott,



Thank you very very much for all that you do for peace in the middle east - warms the heart !



I heard from clu that you have some connection to people in the Gaza strip. I am highly interested in having connection…
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Added by Scott Cooper on December 22, 2008 at 12:41am — No Comments

Our Colonialism Only Leads to Violence

Disappearing Palestine --by Michael Rosen



A family arrived and said that they had papers

to prove that his house was theirs,

-No, no, said the man, my people have always lived here.

My father, grandfather ...and look in the garden,

my great grandfather planted that.

-No, no, said the family, look at the documents.



There was a stack of them.

-Where do I start? said the man.

-No need to read the beginning they said,

Turn to the… Continue

Added by Hannah MeenErhabi Nesbit on December 11, 2008 at 5:07pm — No Comments

Aikido Without Borders

Historical first – Aikido demonstration and children’s class in Bethlehem.





On Sunday, Oct. 19th, 2008, “Aikido Without Borders” conducted a historical first aikido demonstration and children’s class in Bethlehem.







A.W.B. is a fledgling N.G.O. primarily working in Israel/ Palestine that is dedicated to bringing the practice of aikido to troubeled areas where borders, both real and imagined,… Continue

Added by Miles Kessler on October 23, 2008 at 1:00pm — 4 Comments

In DNA, New Clues to Jewish Roots -- By Nicholas WADE (NYT -- May 14, 2002)

In DNA, New Clues to Jewish Roots

By Nicholas WADE (New York Times -- May 14, 2002)



http://www.humanitas-international.org/perezites/news/jewish-dna-nytimes.htm



A new thread is being woven into the complex tapestry of Jewish history, a thread fashioned from a double twist of DNA.



The DNA data suggest a particular version of Jewish history and origins that… Continue

Added by Paul RETI on October 16, 2008 at 3:24pm — 1 Comment

UNRWA: Barrier to Peace -- by Jonathan SPYER (BESA -- May 27, 2008)

UNRWA: Barrier to Peace

by Jonathan SPYER (*1)

BESA (*2)

May 27, 2008



http://www.biu.ac.il/SOC/besa/perspectives44.html



Executive Summary: The United Nations Relief Works Agency (UNRWA) was created under the jurisdiction of the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), with the unique responsibility of solely aiding the Palestinians. Due to this special status, the UNRWA… Continue

Added by Paul RETI on May 29, 2008 at 11:10am — No Comments

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