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Ghasoub AlaEddin and Jacqueline Howard are now friends
Oct 6, 2009
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Feb 22, 2009
Paul RETI left a comment for Ghasoub AlaEddin
"Hello Ghasoub! Welcome to mepeace.org. I hope that you will make a constructive and active and consistently ethical contribution to this community. Peace, Salaam and Shalom... ... Paul R., Sydney, Australia    AND   "
Feb 22, 2009
Ghasoub AlaEddin updated their profile
Feb 21, 2009
Ghasoub AlaEddin is now friends with Hiba and Eli Williamson-Jones
Feb 21, 2009
Hiba left a comment for Ghasoub AlaEddin
"Welcome AlaEddin, glad that you joined us. Enjoy us. Volunteer , read our News, follow our Guidelines and use our Features. If you have a question, see our FAQ. Want to Support us? Please share your Feedback, and Invite your friends to join…"
Feb 21, 2009
Eli Williamson-Jones left a comment for Ghasoub AlaEddin
"Ghasoub- Welcome to MePeace. I hope you make some great connections in the community while helping us seek peace in the Middle East and the world. Sincerely, -Eli (a fellow world citizen)"
Feb 21, 2009
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Feb 21, 2009

Profile Information

My personal story:
i wiil do in short time
Why I want peace:
the only way to live
Interests and activities:
Media and Film Making
Something you didn't know about me:
i do peace
How I found mepeace.org:
FB
What I want to achieve here:
a new way to live in peace
Do you promise to respect others and our guidelines and not spam?
Yes

Media For Peace

The strength of the media today is one of the most important tools to reach everyone, but we need to address the langua? of new media to lead to a new era of media for peace and accept each other, what we have to do, we must move, the media was in the service of war for a long time, now must turn to serving peace

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At 1:34am on February 22, 2009, Paul RETI said…

Hello Ghasoub!

Welcome to mepeace.org. I hope that you will make a constructive and active and consistently ethical contribution to this community.

Peace, Salaam and Shalom...
... Paul R., Sydney, Australia

   AND   

At 9:56pm on February 21, 2009, Hiba said…
Welcome AlaEddin, glad that you joined us.

Enjoy us. Volunteer , read our News, follow our Guidelines and use our Features. If you have a question, see our FAQ. Want to Support us? Please share your Feedback, and Invite your friends to join us.

Hiba Hamzeh
Executive Partner - MEPEACE.org
At 5:31pm on February 21, 2009, Eli Williamson-Jones said…
Ghasoub-

Welcome to MePeace. I hope you make some great connections in the community while helping us seek peace in the Middle East and the world.

Sincerely,

-Eli
(a fellow world citizen)

 
 
 

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