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My personal story:
I am a lawyer from Israel.
I came to realise that we, human beings, need not hate each other on a national/religion basis, because if we only knew each other better (and without such prejudice) we would then have many many real reasons to hate one another!
Why I want peace:
for the after-parties!
Interests and activities:
Bicycles, surfing, business, writing, singing out laud, sleeping, being an uncle
Something you didn't know about me:
When I was younger I was a football (soccer) referee
How I found found me !
What I want to achieve here:
I want to be in the making of peace making !

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Posted on October 8, 2007 at 9:43pm 0 Comments

SHALOM there,

This is your friend Kaa reporting to you live from Israel!

Say, ever heard about the BABA SALY ?

The BABA SALLY was a great and famous Rabbi and a miracle maker of the the North African Jewry.

The BABA SALLY was born in Morroco and came to Israel. He died in Israel in the 1980's but his figure and the stories behind him are still revered today by many Israelis and other people.

Whenever I think of Israel and Israelis it reminds me of…


SHALOM everybody

Posted on October 1, 2007 at 12:38pm 0 Comments

SHALOM everybody!

My Name is Kfir (but you can call me Ka!) and I come in peace ! is a great project and a great web site !

We need not wait for our "leaders" to agree us a peace.

Every new member in is a peace agreement!

And besides peace, we Jews must do something about these long long holidays.

7-8 (or 10 days with "GESHER") are way too much. Or in other words what happend to "YESH LI YOM YOM CHAG" ("I have a…


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At 12:04am on May 31, 2008, Rob Schrama said…
The ‘Big Hug’ and the future of Jerusalem

The sting of all problems between Israeli and Palestinians lays in the Old City of Jerusalem. Her status has to be solved in such a way, that all parties fighting for control over her can agree upon.

On June 24, the ‘Big Hug’ will be hold in Jerusalem. Light workers from Israel, Palestine and from all over the world, ‘Lovers of Jerusalem’, will come together to bring warmth and energy to this city, embracing holding hands the Old City. If we bundle all our positive energies and bring these to Jerusalem, we can create peace to this exceptional place.

We are organizing the Big Hug to make the people aware –especially the Israeli and Palestinian inhabitants of Jerusalem- that there is a very shaped perspective for the city of Jerusalem as a city of peace: a new, undivided Jerusalem, as the capital of Palestine, Israel and at large.

Let go of the conflict concerning her command and dedicate the city to the Omnipresent. The Old City as a whole is His Temple. To give the walled Old City free to God, as a "Status Apart”, as an independent city, will be the most feasible way to come out the current impasse.

The Old City of Jerusalem must become an open city; a House of Prayer for all the Peoples. This perspective is written down in the Holy Books, this is the perspective we, as ‘Lovers of Jerusalem’ embrace as well as solution. But how many people does already notice this hopeful point of view?

What I saw in Jerusalem and also everywhere else where I meet Islamic and Jewish people is, that not so many persons really think about a future for Jerusalem. Most of the time, they stick with old ideas that the Old City of Jerusalem will always remain a part of Israel, or in opposite, that it will be absolutely a part of a new Palestinian state, as stolen land that has to be given back. With these visions, a future Jerusalem will be a divided city with an East Palestinian and West Israeli part, with barbed wire and checkpoints in between, like the situation of the city from 1948-1967. Or, coming closer to an agreement, people suggest -like proposed in the “Geneva Accord” in 2003- to make a complicated dividing of the Old City in a Israeli and Palestinian part. That will mean that the small alleys will be split by walls and barriers too. The idea that a future Jerusalem will become a divided city, is something that we have to prevent.

There are living about 250.000 Palestinian and 500.000 Israeli rather close together in one city. Do they want to make a separation of Jerusalem in parts or do they choose, deep in their hearts, for unity? So my best friends, it is our task to inform the whole city that there is an alternative for the Jerusalem of today.

All lovers of a united Jerusalem will come together to encircle and embrace the Old City of Jerusalem with love and devotion. We have to encourage all inhabitants of Jerusalem to join the coming Big Hug, with the idea of a New Jerusalem that might be realized with their support.

Rob Schrama Phone:0031-646608660
At 10:39am on October 2, 2007, Eyal Raviv said…
Hi Kfir,

Add your picture so people will know how you look!

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At 1:40pm on October 1, 2007, Eyal Raviv said…
Hi Kfir,
Congratulations on joining mepeace!
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At 1:14pm on October 1, 2007, Lemuel Melamed said…
shalom! how are you?


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