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After Passover must remember: Chaim Azriel Weizmann

Started Apr 29, 2011 0 Replies

welcome Aviva,When people in Israel remember Mosses in happy Passover that how they got freedom, deliverance, and accommodation in the Holy Land, they must remember also Chaim Weizmann the Successful…Continue

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(1) When Sport Turns to Reckless Actions

Started Apr 9, 2011 0 Replies

Arabs Must Feeling Disgrace(1)  When Sport Turns to Reckless ActionsIn my opinion, Sports play a vital role in the enhancement of one's personality by being a source of exercise and entertainment,…Continue

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My personal story:
Khalid Abdel hay Elsayed
4/ 18/1967 Nationality: Egyptian
A PhD candidate of Politics and International Studies, Institute of Malaysian and International Studies (IKMAS), National University (UKM), Malaysia
• 2008-2010 Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (National University of Malaysia):
Master degree of Da’wa and Leadership
• 1996-2000 Al-Azhar University:
Bachelor Degree in Islamic Da’wa (call)
• 1986-1991 University of Cairo:
B.COM Business Administration Section
• 2008 - 2009 Alumni, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia.
Temporary, part-time assistant available at short notice for a range of Student Union activities
Why I want peace:
As you know there were many wars between Egypt and Israel country in the past, but actually there are no logic reasons for that, so i hate the war and love the peace, and I also do my best to correct many Religious and Historical concepts in arab culture when i was teach in alumni ukm university (Malaysia) and spread Peaceful Coexistence concepts through the Religious acts and some Historical stories , and remind my friends that we need the peace to develop our country, achieve democratic life, and human rights as in Israel country , then we able to eliminate terrorism and extremism in the Middle East.
Interests and activities:
• Member of “Arab Intellectuals Association in Malaysia and South-East Asia.
• Journalism & Translation Course, 2010. “VI Academy Sdn Bhd”, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, July, 2010;
• Member of “Arab Intellectuals Association in Malaysia and South-East Asia;
• Member of Peace and Collaborative Development Network;
• Member of - Network for Peace.
Something you didn't know about me:
• Computing Skills: good knowledge of MS Windows XP, MS Windows 7, MS PowerPoint, MS Excel and MS Word. • Keyboard skills (20 wpm). • Language Skills: fluent Arabic, intermediate English. • Full, clean driving license. • Interests: Reading, Soccer, Karate, Badminton.
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What I want to achieve here:
I aim to work together toward a more peaceful and prosperous world, live free and dignified lives, so I cannot imagine our world without peace.
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Khaled Hassanin's Blog

Boutros Boutros-Ghali,

Posted on February 20, 2016 at 4:34pm 0 Comments

By the death of the former General Secretary of United Nations Boutros Boutros-Ghali, our world lost one of the greatest "peace-builders". Boutros Boutros-Ghali, the person who addressed the expressions of “Agenda for Peace” and "peace building" 

Which Palestine do you mean?

Posted on May 9, 2015 at 7:34am 0 Comments

… individuals, groups, and peoples prefer to ignore the reality, in light of the fact that they lack the capability or in experience aversion to face the actual facts on the ground..........or desire to live in myths, illusion, mirage, false imaginations or location-based mythology.........or they, perhaps, enjoyed living as colonizers, mercenaries, and perhaps slaves.........In addition to playing the role of the defeated, oppressed, or…


Eretz Israel and the Israeli dream

Posted on September 25, 2014 at 6:01pm 2 Comments

For all Israelis, there has only ever been one dream a “Jewish home land”; “to the Jew as a man – everything to Jews as a nation.” In the same sense, the researcher considers that the real fruit of the Israeli experience is the recreation or rebuilding the “State of Israel” in the “Promised Land”.

Actually, there are many historical and religious aspects to prove the Israeli/Jewish right to the Holy Land or Palestine, which are derived from the Hebrew Bible and the patriarch’s…


The Arab Mentality from Islamization, Palestinianization, to Cantonization

Posted on September 14, 2014 at 3:38pm 0 Comments


In my opinion, the true catalyst which brought about the Palestinian dilemma is that the Arab-Palestinian mindset believes that Palestine is part of the Islamic and Arabic world; what's more, most or all of them think of its soil as sacred. In addition to the dilemma extending from the end of First World War to the present, could shading and tainting the Arab societies by three chronic lesions; first Palestinianization of the Muslim/Arab mentality; second, Islamization of the…


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At 10:45am on September 18, 2014, Jacques Banne said…


I approach you in the hope you aid us- to organize a  campaign for the realization of:
Iartexpo Art as a bridge for peace. Art exhibit and Show
Please visit:

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Publish Spread the word
WE are non profit organization.

Thank you in advance for your help.
Please visit:
Salaam, Shalom, Peace.

Jacques Banne
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Peace maker ( me

Peace Ambassador

Master Commander for Israel .T.E.A.N.

At 10:33pm on May 22, 2012, Tim Upham said…

The Coptic Church split from the Church of Rome in 451 A.D., with its own papacy in Alexandria.  The reason for the split, was because the Church of Rome believed that Jesus was the son of God, while the Copts believed that Jesus was actually God on Earth.  The language of liturgy for the Church of Rome, or Roman Catholics is Latin, which they abandoned in 1969.  The language of liturgy for the Copts is Hamitic, which the ancient Egyptians spoke, before the arrival of the Arabs in the 7th century, A.D.  Many of the ancient manuscripts at the Monastery of Saint Catherines are being preserved by digitalizing them, because they were written on material that is decomposing, such as parchment.  I was writing about which ones were being preserved, their history and meaning, and where they can be found on-line now.  I have been watching the polls for upcoming elections, it will be interesting to see who wins in Egypt -- Muslim Brotherhood or Mubarak's former prime minister.  The overwhelming opinion has been that whoever wins, they will honor the 1979 peace accord with Israel.  That would be very nice, because Egypt cannot go back to the massive militarization of the Nasser Era.  Sadat realized that, which is the reason why he made his historic trip to Jerusalem.  Egypt is on the verge of bankruptcy, and whoever wins will have to deal with that problem.  Arming for war, is not the way to handle it.  All the major candidates, realize that too.

At 7:43am on May 21, 2012, Tim Upham said…

Also, with the Copts, their language of liturgy is the Hamitic spoken by the ancient Egyptians.  When I heard the Lords Prayer done in Coptic, I thought this is how KIng Tut sounded.  The Berbers of the Siwa Oasis, were speaking a Hamitic language, called Siwi. I could not understand a single word of what they were saying.  The Nubians I knew where speaking Nobiin, but fortunately the ones I was dealing with, especially the younger people, were speaking the Aswan dialect of Arabic.  I have been involved with the preserving of manuscripts at the Monastery of Saint Catherines on Mount Sinai.  They probably have the most extensive Christian library after the Vatican Library.  I have been writing about how the Cairo Genizah is a vast reservoir on both Jewish and Muslim history, and how that can serve as a role model for present day Jewish-Muslim relations.  Only in recent times, have they become relations of tension.

At 8:17pm on May 20, 2012, Tim Upham said…

I attended the American University in Cairo.  I have wonderful memories of living in Egypt. I loved the Coffee Arabitun, flavored with cardamom, and the people there were so proper and polite.  I just wrote an article on the different dialects of Arab, and mentioned how Egypt is the only country with three dialects.  Get down to Aswan, and they do not have the J sound, instead they use the G sound.  If your name is John, they will say Gohn,

At 10:48pm on May 12, 2012, leonardo martin said…



cotizaciones de Prem Rawat - Maharaji

At 1:21pm on March 3, 2012, leonardo martin said…
At 7:44pm on July 31, 2011, Neri Bar-On said…

continue of "1. is it correct?"


For the comparison, I will suggest to identify the difference stage of the "state" and "nationality" Israel and Malaysia. while Zionism was creating a new modern-europe style-state for the Jewish Nation they integrated this idea and see themselves as responsiable to the whole Jewish nation, even the non-nationalistic jewish elements. while in Malaysia the process of integration done through british control for a very long period, and one of the Nationalistic peaks where outcome of WWII Japanize control.


The similareties are very beutiful to see how the building of the Nations is diffrent but is also push the industrial and productive strength, The role of Mahatir was transforminig agricalture society into industrial, after "controling" education and then the industrial development. same "technics" were also in pratice when Israel formed, and education and development were very "controled" at the begining when Ben Goryon led the government and the 1st goverments in Israel. but the "power structure" is very different, while the Zionist prime power was at the begining in the socialist "western style" groups. and there were no "historic" power that been in the palece of the Zionist movment Mahatir needed to work out historic power, which led his expeled once form the United Malays National Organisation(UMNO) while Ben Guryon needed to leave the party also from stress in the power structure in both cased it is a sign of the transformative power this persona hold. 


I can continue with it for hours :) we can continue and discuss it threw email.


At 7:31pm on July 31, 2011, Neri Bar-On said…

Dear Neri First, thank you very much for emailing me, actually am going to write some articles Entitled: "Malaysian (Mahathir Mohammad 1981-2003), Chinese (Deng Xiaopeng 1976-1991), and Israeli (Chaim Weizmann 1902-1952) Experience; Preliminary Study; Questions and Answers" , " Mahathir Mohammad, Deng Xiaopeng, and Chaim Weizmann; Leader’s Culture of History Absorbing, Understanding of Reality Demands, and planning for the future" , and " Chaim Weizmann (1902-1952) and Mahathir Mohammad (1981-2003); the National Leadership and Reforming the National Mind: Academic Leader and Wisdom\ Political savvy", but i could collect a few of journals about Jewish experience (not Israeli) , Moreover, I find - in my opinion- many differences between the two terms ( Jewish experience and Israeli experience), so my questions are:

Thank  You my friend, its very interesting issue you bring, Malazya is amazing country  with lot of achivments in its development.


1. is it correct?

I see it diffrently, since Wizman was not in the power that Mahtir, and I regrad his achivments and activity as much different then what Mahtir and the "fuction" he played in the development of his country. in simple laguage I will say that Wizman is not at the rank of Mahatir, the most resmblance to the trasfomative rule I see David ben Guryon, 1st Israeli primeminister but even he I think was not as trasformative as Mahatir you need to review some onthe figues in the Development of Industrial Israel as Pinhas Sapir and probably few others.


2. let me know that if any literature review\previous studies about Israeli experience or Chaim Weizmann? 3. may you help me to collect references regarding mo topics?
finally, thank you again for your email
Best Regards

At 10:33am on March 26, 2011, Oliver Haack said…
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