WITHDRAW immediately or stay the present course? That is the key question about the war in Iraq today. American public opinion is decidedly against the war even in the "red states," more than half of Americans want out. That sentiment is understandable. The prewar dream of a… Continue
Added by Lisa Simpkins on August 17, 2007 at 8:19pm —
Playing Our Part: Enacting World Peace How does the average person can best participate in the effort toward a non-violent world? Relating today’s violence to ancient ways of viewing God, a more refined image of Deity is offered. People are challenged to accept responsibility for their own growth, and are given hope humanity can evolve to where peace has its first true chance. How can the average person best participate in the effort for a non-violent world? Many people sense that our planet is… Continue
Added by Lisa Simpkins on August 17, 2007 at 8:17pm —
It's not antisemitism, it is a balanced look at the Israel/Palestinian situation Some people say that Israel gets treated like a second class citizen in the family of nations. That's probably true. But it isn't without reason. I read the pro-Israel articles posted here and using the power of JoeUser, I'm taking advantage of the equal time this site provides to give a different point of view. The nation of Israel was a gift. Yes, Jews lived there at the time of creation and those particular Jews… Continue
Added by Lisa Simpkins on August 17, 2007 at 8:16pm —
I had the privilege last night to participate in Sulha 2007. Sulha means 'mediation', and the festival welcomes hundreds of peace-goers, from all faiths and walks of life. Check out the Sulha Peace Project website
, and feel free to join the Sulha group on mepeace by clicking here
In summation, the people were great, the food was delicious, and the music raged fantastic (see… Continue
Added by Eyal Raviv on August 15, 2007 at 2:36pm —
you are invited to… Continue
Added by dolev gotlib on August 6, 2007 at 5:26pm —
I have decided to be unreasonable. I went beyond my reasons and
fears, and began to invite all my friends to join mepeace. We have to move beyond reason to make peace.
I left New York for Tel Aviv three years ago. The move seems most unreasonable, but here in Israel I feel inspired in a way I never was before. I am inspired to work for peace and have invented for myself and for my life the possibility of being unreasonable. Going beyond reason, for peace.
Added by Eyal Raviv on August 5, 2007 at 11:25am —
I am writing from the Kempinski Hotel in Ishtar, Jordan. A wonderful group of Palestinians and Israelis are here for this seminar of dialogue and conflict resolution. I have made new friends and I look forward to seeing them here on mepeace!
At the beginning of the seminar, I could not believe how beautiful the hotel is! The rooms are elegant and the service is impeccable. But even more than the hotel, I enjoy my new friends.
Added by Eyal Raviv on July 14, 2007 at 9:03pm —