Doron Tzur
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See: You are invited to MEPEACE's Opening for Orgs - Sunday, February 19, at 20.00 Jerusalem time. In our Opening for Orgs, you meet and interact with the individuals and organizations. Organizations working for peace have the opportunity to meet, cooperate and…See More
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A Real Peace Citizen Conference in Jerusalem at Ambassador Hotel

November 14, 2011 from 2pm to 8pm
JOIN US FOR A REAL PEACE CONFERENCE IN JERUSALEM Date: November 14th, 2011 Place: The Ambassador Hotel Location: East Jerusalem... Time: 2:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. Please join us for an exciting event and help us formulate plans for improving the lives of Palestinians and Israelis. The “two state solution” is widely accepted as “the only solution” to the Palestinian/Israeli conflict yet no specific plan based on this principle has ever been accepted by the majority of Palestinians and…See More
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MEPEACE - Peace Café - May 27 at Talitha Kumi School in Beit Jalla

May 27, 2011 from 9:30am to 2pm
The Peace Café, MEPEACE's big event, is a celebration of Israelis and Palestinians, w Internationals. We invite you to participate with us.   Email to RSVP and participate in MEPEACE's Peace Café on May 27. Link: What: MEPEACE Peace CaféWhen: Friday, May 27, at 9:30Where: Talitha Kumi School in Beit Jalla (15 minutes from Jerusalem)Why:…See More
May 15, 2011
Doron Tzur replied to the discussion 'An invitation to people with good will and the authentic passion to stand by their will'
"Hi Stewart,   Thanks for your detailed input. I read some of your blog and thesis and I was pleasantly surprised to see you are a fellow "conflict resolution" person.   You are welcome to read my thoughts on the subject here:…"
May 8, 2011
Stewart Mills left a comment for Doron Tzur
"Hi Doron, thanks for starting your discussion.  My commitment to the region crystalised after visiting the area on two occasions in the summer of 2000 and 2001.  I worked as a volunteer at Neve Shalom/Wahat al-Salam, I travelled to Ibillin…"
May 1, 2011
Stewart Mills replied to the discussion 'An invitation to people with good will and the authentic passion to stand by their will'
"Hi Doron,   The sentence you have proposed is an essential part in the process of peace-making.   ie agreement to end conflict and to look to a future where fellow human beings can live together, specifically within the geographic region…"
May 1, 2011
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May 1, 2011

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My personal story:
I have a high-tech, business and entrepreanurial background. The events of March 2002 made me realize that we may all find ourselves falling down the slippery slopes together and made me go on a quest to personally understand, as a citizen, if I can offer a better alternative.

My analysis, academic studies in conflict resolution and my expereince since have all lead me to believe that the real issue is AGENCY -- have the Palestinians and Isralies (and not just their leaders or elites) evolve the "future scenario" most democratically preferred by both communities.

Once such a scenario stabilized, the leaders can proceed to implement it, kowing that they have the well-considered support of their people to tackle all the inevitable difficulties in making it a reality.

I have developed a mechanism, called PROD, that makes my suggestion practical. You are welcome to read more about it in my site and contact me with any comments or ideas.
Why I want peace:
Violent conflicts are a terrible waste.

If enough of us are smart enough we may find a way to amke (almost) everyone both happier and better off in peace.
Interests and activities:
Conflict resolution, history, political science, thinking, creativity, technology
Something you didn't know about me:
I have the cutest baby boy
How I found
Heard about it from Myriam Darmoni and Noa Shapira
What I want to achieve here:
Create synergetic relationship leading to fulfiling and inspiring results.

Doron Tzur's Blog

Looking for Hebrew Speaking Arab Volunteers

Posted on June 28, 2008 at 1:53pm 2 Comments

I'm starting research entitled:

Contribution of Participatory and Deliberative Reform to the Effectiveness of the Agreement Formation and Approval Mechanism in Intractable Ethnonational Conflicts

I need volunteers who can read and write Hebrew and are willing to invest about an hour in reviewing and commenting on the questionnaire I intend to use.

Any help will be much appreciated. Please leave me a comment and I'll get back to… Continue

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At 10:59pm on May 1, 2011, Stewart Mills said…

Hi Doron, thanks for starting your discussion.  My commitment to the region crystalised after visiting the area on two occasions in the summer of 2000 and 2001.  I worked as a volunteer at Neve Shalom/Wahat al-Salam, I travelled to Ibillin to meet Abuna Elias Chacour and I spent time visiting the West Bank and Gaza.  


I have learnt about the Hebrew Bible and the plight of the Jewish people throughout my life.  The memory of Holocaust and the call to 'Never again' are part of my youth as well as images of Apartheid South Africa, the US civil rights movement, Gandhi's struggle to liberate India and the civil rights movement in my own country for Aboriginal people.


All of these experiences, combined with my past decade in research and dialogue about the conflict,  have helped build a personal commitment to looking at ways to end the conflict and for a just settlement.

At 5:27pm on December 27, 2009, harry deloria handenero said…
hello doron welcome you here just ot meet you tobe my new friend here and i hope that more activities to be done on you here more power to you and me god bless you and family circle too hope to see you soon here or in your place someday your welcome here in our place you can open my page here for your further information on me...please...
At 10:30am on July 10, 2008, Abed khalil said…
hi roni
are u oky hope that u r doing great,do uremaide me ?
At 2:37pm on June 28, 2008, Constantin Grossman said…
video chats (skype, oovoo)
my name is t3riger
At 1:57pm on June 28, 2008, Constantin Grossman said…
Very good idea and planning
we need to meet

At 1:08am on June 19, 2008, Saeed Az. said…
Hi Doron,

How are you? I have read your profile, you have very interesting one..
I hope we both can do something...

Best Wishes,

At 9:16am on June 17, 2008, Abed khalil said…
Hi Doron
my name mean worship .yes we must briedge the cop between our people as essential step twords building peace in our area .
by the way i hav been turned to many israeli friends to help palestinian poor familes by buying there product of oliv oil so i also do the same with u , please read following information hope that u can help

Olive Oil Buying, Peace Building
Following the uprooting of hundreds of olive trees by Israeli settlers in the Palestinian village of Issawiya, Abed Khalil, a member of the Families Forum’s and a resident of the village, has recruited his Israeli friends in the forum and in general to help his fellow villagers by buying some of there olive oil
.The dire economic situation throughout the West Bank severely impacts the Palestinian population and its quality of life. The barriers and checkpoints between the Palestinian villages and towns exacerbate these difficulties and seriously diminish people's ability to move around, receive health and medical care, study in the university and access employment. The weaker sectors in Palestinian society are the most seriously impacted, among them poverty-stricken farmers whose livelihood has been significantly damaged as the Occupation confiscates their lands and the Jewish settlers systematically uproot their olive trees.

Abed, a Palestinian peace and women's-rights activist, organizes and coordinates deliveries of olive oil produced by needy Palestinian families, at the price of 35 NIS per liter. He can be reached at 0546-723184, or 0599-798319

or by email:

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At 5:41pm on June 16, 2008, Abed khalil said…
Dear Doron
i am convinced that to understand culture of others is corner stone in dealing positively with other side u can’t exclude cultural dimension in building peace with u so i am trying to explore language at a step towards having knowledge about u agree with me ?
best regards
At 12:50pm on June 16, 2008, Abed khalil said…
hi doron
what ur name mean in heberrow ?
At 6:32pm on June 15, 2008, Doron Tzur said…
שלום דורון
זה מאד מוזר לראות את השם שלי מופיע באתר הזה ולהבין שיש עוד אחד כזה!
ואוו. מעניין. נחמד. מוזר. משעשע.
וגם לא רחוקים בגיל
האם שם משפחתך עוברת? אבי עלה מעיראק ושם קראו לו בשם משפחה: מנצור
הוא עיברת אותו כשהתחתן לצור.
אז עוד נראה מה יקרה ששני מתנות כאלה קיימות במאגר של פעילי שלום זה מין דורון בריבוע : עוצמה כפולה של עשייה
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