Russian street relates to the peace process between Palestine and Israel

On the 15th and 16th of November, the Labor Party's Forum of Olim held a seminar together with the Geneva Initiative. More than 35 young Olim between the ages of 18 and 30 participated in the seminar. During the seminar, participants met Knesset member Ephraim Sneh, and leaders of the Geneva Initiative. Lemuel Melamed, the event's organizer, said that the decision to invite young people from across Israel was created of the need to discuss the possibilities of the Arab-Israeli conflict and the peace process, and to present new ideas for peace agreements, a challenge quite relevant near the Annapolis peace conference. And versus the prevailing belief that all Russians are of a rightist mind view, most of the seminar's participants preferred a peace process between Israel and Palestine. This proves one more the importance of such seminars which demonstrate how the Russian street relates to the peace process between Palestine and Israel. --

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Comment by JC | WorriedLebanese on July 28, 2008 at 12:59pm
I just stumbled upon this posting. The event you organised seems like a great initiative. Do you have a more detailed account on it?
I'm particularly interested in knowing what new ideas these young Olim presented.
Comment by Earl Prignitz on February 16, 2008 at 10:28pm
It's great to see the young people trying to find peace in this very troubled part of the world.


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