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Peace Now brought Palestinians and Israelis together!

I just participated in a fantastic seminar put together by Peace Now. On this weekend I made wonderful new friends, courageous Israelis and Palestinians willing try new things for peace. We enjoyed dialogue, dancing, drums, the pool, and getting to know each other!

I invited my new friends to join mepeace.org. They are peacemakers!

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Comment by abdalkhaq abu hait on September 7, 2007 at 5:59pm
hi Eyal thats niceyou and your frindes all are wonder ful and i hope to be with you next seminar
Comment by Lihi Belleli on September 5, 2007 at 10:13pm
Are there going to bemore seminars of the sort? I will love to be invloved in one
Comment by Jane Young on September 2, 2007 at 8:40pm
That's wonderful Eyal ~ keep it going. The photo looks like you're all enjoying yourselves. It's all about people - no labels. We're all spirit having a human experience and by participating in gatherings such as this one you are sharing your similarities and that's powerful. Keep up the good work.
Love and abundant blessings
Jane :)

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