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At 11:44am on July 30, 2011, Kumar said…
Thank you very much for the friend request.

May God bless you!!!!!
At 3:35am on July 17, 2011, LaFemmeFit said…
Thank you.
At 5:32pm on June 19, 2011, Kelsey Grimm said…
Thank you for that lovely welcome! I am excited about being a part of this network.
At 6:35pm on June 10, 2011, Maija Ka`upenamana said…
Thank you, Waleed. This is all very exciting, and I am looking to some engaging conversations.
At 6:51pm on June 8, 2011, yahia alkhawaldeh said…
thanks a lot dear friend with my best regards&wishes
At 2:41am on May 31, 2011, dalya yohai said…
thanks
At 7:31pm on May 30, 2011, ramez said…
nice work waleed...i like this
At 10:49am on May 20, 2011, Jørgen Klaveness said…
Thanks for your welcome. I'll see what I can do. I got a letter today that made me sad. It was from an old lady. Her point was that Israel must not give up the occupied territories, and she defended it byk asking "Why did all the youg men give their lives?".

My answer was that we were told in 1967, that those young men gave their lives to defend Israel's right to live in peace inside recognized borders. Now, if I am to take her question seriously, we must suppose that they gave their lives in order to expand Israel at the expense of its neighbours.

I think the old lady is wrong. If it had been possible to ask those who died, just before they died, what they were fighting for, I don't think the majority of them would have said that they were fighting for territorial gains.
At 6:54pm on May 8, 2011, Richard Morris said…

Dear Waleed

I am very keen to advertise my blog Breaking The Israel/Palestine Silence

Perhaps you could help to do that?

I have invested money and time like most of us concerned for justice for Palestinians

I think the testimonies of IDF members are devastating and must receive wider publicity

Keep in touch

Best Wishes

Richard

wallsofdespair.blogspot.com

At 6:14pm on May 8, 2011, Michal Slawny said…
Thanks for your welcome!
At 1:52pm on April 29, 2011, Andres Ginestet said…
Dear Waleed, I thank you very much for welcoming me in this network. We have a lot of work to do. The most important issue to me is how to set priorities as to know where peace work starts. Defining priorities is nº1.
At 4:26pm on April 18, 2011, Bruce Rosenberg said…
Thanks
At 7:21pm on April 3, 2011, Fouzia Hassan Abdullah said…

Our existence on Earth is but a transitional stage to an everlasting life in the hereafter.

Adam and Eve were created and from them begets the human race...we are all brothers and sisters..originating from the same source...And the 'fall of man'; to inhabit and roam this Earth is surely many tests....to test our faith, our humanity and our stewardship in this temporary abode...thus let us live in peace and harmony for this precious time allocated to us....and let there be a beautiful world that will be our legacy to be inherited for  generations to come...

At 7:17pm on April 2, 2011, said salameh said…

salam 3lekom waleed ,thank you for your kindness i hope that we will improve our connections.

yours  Said

At 6:45pm on April 2, 2011, Giovanna Kleymerman said…
Thank you Waleed :)
At 8:52am on March 26, 2011, Khaled Hassanin said…

Hi, Dear Mr. Waleed Hammad Eyal Raviv

thank you very much for your emails , and am so happy to be a member in mepeace social network to spread the peace specially in the Middle East , so I like to inform you that I like to share all members in the conference in April 3, so please let me know how to do that.

Sincerely

Khaled Hassanin

At 2:50pm on March 20, 2011, Muhammed Ismail said…
T'slaam!
At 10:22pm on March 19, 2011, mai abdul rahman said…

thank you waleed and all.

 

At 6:17pm on March 18, 2011, Lori Beth Lippitz said…

Waleed, thank you for your invitation to meet you.

I live in Chicago.  Once, I was an English major in college, but since then I have been a professional singer and band-leader of a klezmer band (since 1983).  I am 52 years old.  My husband and I are involved with J-Street and other ways of trying to change the fate of Israel and Palestine.  I recently stated an ensemble called the Salaam-Shalom Music Project including Muslim, Jewish and Christian musicians.  Please be in touch, and good luck from your friends in Chicago!

At 8:35pm on March 10, 2011, Michael Feldman said…

Hello Waleed, thank you for welcoming me.  I am happy to be here.

I noticed you lead the English-Arabic translation team.  I could use some help with my Jewish Letter to the People of Egypt--I did get a translation earlier but it is unverified and not up to date.  I am also writing for Al Jazeera's English site right now regarding the letter but if I could have a translation for their Arabic sites it would be amazing!  The letter is at gopetition.com/petitions/jewishegyptletter.html or you can see the Facebook page at facebook.com/jewishegyptletter.

If you are too busy, I understand. It would be an honor to work with you in any case.

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