Just came back from the weekend meeting near Bet Gala, deeply moved by the stories I've heard and the people I met. I feel that the global village meetings are the best way to promote peace from a personal level and up, and address social issues.
Why I want peace:
For growth and development of the middle east, and to stop on-necessary suffering.
Interests and activities:
event and discussion groups.
Something you didn't know about me:
I love classical Arabic music
How I found mepeace.org:
Through a global Village weekend meeting
What I want to achieve here:
Friendships and personal connections with Palestinians, optional joined social activities and education for tolerance and mutual respect between Israelies and Palestineans.
The dire economic situation throughout the West Bank severely impacts the Palestinian population and its quality of life. The barriers and checkpoints between the Palestinian villages and towns exacerbate these difficulties and seriously diminish people's ability to move around, receive health and medical care, study in the university and access employment. The weaker sectors in Palestinian society are the most seriously impacted, among them poverty-stricken farmers whose livelihood has been significantly damaged as the Occupation confiscates their lands and the Jewish settlers systematically uproot their olive trees.
Abed, a Palestinian peace and women's-rights activist, organizes and coordinates deliveries of olive oil produced by needy Palestinian families, at the price of 40 NIS per liter. He ! can be reached at 0546-723184, or 0599-798319
nice to meet you
think the corner stone is good well, if we find it all possible .and also peace education iM WORKING IN THE SAME FEILD WITH PALESTINIAN WOMEN NGOs if you look to my page you cane see some photos.
we need to look seriously to the role of grass root s specially women in paving the way for peace ,what do you think about this point women role in building peace?