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At 8:55am on April 16, 2014, Mrs Rhianna Louise said…

Thank you for the welcome!

At 7:48pm on April 2, 2014, sheila Mann said…

Hi Eyal, I want to thank you for accepting my participation in your group and I´m very proud to be part of it. I work daily to spread the words of peace and peaceful coexistence between all people. It´s how I start every class of lebanese cuisine,I give twice a week. Hope to meet you in Israel, when I´ll be there in may. Best wishes for you and your team. Sheila.

At 1:02pm on March 1, 2014, tamerq8 said…

hi how r u  shalom manishmah

At 11:54pm on February 28, 2014, Gottfried Hutter said…

thank you for your compliment.

Tel Aviv means, you are in the middle of it. I live far away but I, too, am in the middle of it.

Best wishes for you



At 7:01pm on February 21, 2014, galit feldman said…

Eyal Dear;  Happy birthday-  tomorrow

At 1:06am on January 22, 2014, Tamara Santos said…

thank you!

At 8:37pm on January 11, 2014, Serigne Cheikh Mbacké said…

I verywant to echange, but my english is not good. So i hope i cant get opportunity to communique with somebody in french


At 10:20am on December 25, 2013, Talya Ezrahi said…

Thank you Eyal! I'm happy to be here.

At 7:07pm on December 22, 2013, Robert S. said…

Thanks, Eyal!

At 4:13pm on September 22, 2013, Laila Elmaslouhi said…

Thanks dear Eyal, even it's late! for an answer, I've been so passive recently, busy doing other daily stuff! Have a very good luck in what you're doing! 

At 8:50pm on August 29, 2013, Tim Upham said…

For our group on the next recommendations, can we include "Rosh Hashanah Recipes."  I like it when I get Christians and Muslims in this group, because the intent is to make it inclusive to all.  After all, I did not discover my Jewish heritage until adult years.

At 12:23pm on August 21, 2013, tamerq8 said…

hi i want to know some people her always i come her and no body care

At 8:48pm on April 25, 2013, Tim Upham said…

I was wondering if we can make the discussion "The Armenian Genocide and Jewish Empathy," the discussion on the upcoming recommendations.  When I wrote this up, it was because Jewish extremists were minimizing and ridiculing it, to try to make the Holocaust sound as if it was the worst atrocity committed.  But now it is for a different reason.  We have Turkish activists on this website.  At Portland State University, I hosted a forum between individuals whose parents were survivors of the Armenian Genocide and Turkish exchange students.  One exchange student made a very interesting comment.  She said "When I was growing up in Turkey, I was never told to hate the Armenian people, or the Kurdish people, or the Greek people."  She had a point, because growing up white in the United States, I was never told to hate anyone who was not white.  Despite the deep history of racism that has existed against Native Americans and blacks in the United States.  Also, Sussan had a YouTube about demolished Palestinian villages, and see what type of comparison she can make between the lost Armenian villages, and the demolished Palestinian villages.  But I remind you that the inhabitants of the Armenian villages were killed off, while the inhabitants of the Palestinian villages were not.  I would like to see what her comparison  is.

At 11:54pm on April 8, 2013, Tim Upham said…

Do you think we can get the film "Kaddish For A Friend" on this website?  The film was made in Germany, and it was directed by Leon Khasin.  You can see a trailer for it on YouTube.

At 1:23pm on January 17, 2013, Ainsworth Forgenie said…

Thank you for the add and sure I will update as new info comes to hand, have you checked out the website? Here is the link:

At 5:05pm on January 15, 2013, Ainsworth Forgenie said…

Thanks for the welcome. Have a gr8 day!

At 9:03pm on November 7, 2012, Bilhá Calderón said…


Thank you for your message. I'm very happy to have found this page, I hope it's an opportunity to share a lot of stories. As you know from my profile, I am a journalist, and I am always searching for things to pass on to others. Most importantly, I am searching for stories about people who recognize the possibility of peace in each other. 

I work and live in Jerusalem, and I'm very much looking forward to meeting you guys, being in touch, knowing about your activities regarding this page and the people in it.



At 5:37am on October 26, 2012, NILAY BAND said…

Hello Eyal,

Wishing you Pious, Peaceful & Prosperous Birth Day & requesting you to join our World Peace Movement.

Please associate with World Peace & Friendship Mission -- India to South Africa.

Nilay Band ( India ) Team Leader Site - ( schedule of mission will update soon ) Link -

Email - /

At 9:01pm on October 5, 2012, Kennedy Reilly-Pugh said…

I found it. Have been curious about it since. Glad to be on here.

At 11:04pm on September 3, 2012, Patrys Wolmarans said…

Thank you Eyal. I look forward to sharing ideas and also learning.

YIP (Yours In Peace)




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