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Jimmy Carter a Super Peace makers

Posted on February 17, 2009 at 10:57pm 3 Comments

Jimmy Carter: Include Hamas in Israel-Palestinian peace talks

By Akiva Eldar

Tags: Israel News, Jimmy Carter

Likudniks don't scare former United States president Jimmy Carter. On the contrary: The electoral turnaround of 1977 that brought them to power for the first time enabled Carter to be inscribed in the history books as the leader who facilitated the first peace agreement between Israelis and Arabs. In his new book, "We Can Have Peace in the Holy Land"… Continue

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Posted on February 12, 2009 at 6:37pm 5 Comments

Baba el Vatikan
yan7az le 6araf doon al a´7ar allah yesam7uh

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At 11:25pm on February 25, 2009, Neri Bar-On said…
We will meet one day, celebrating change and coming peace.
At 2:43am on February 25, 2009, Yigal D. Kahana said…
Hi Ben!
Sorry I've been unable to continue our conversation until now.
But I have been thinking of you...
At 9:59am on February 24, 2009, Nadia said…
Unfortunately,Israel won't make concessions ,there should be a power that could impose that and compel Israel to carry out UN Resolutions .When?I don't know .
At 12:31pm on February 23, 2009, Nadia said…
Sooner or later things must change .
Seeking for peace is a strategy .Definitely ,weakness doesn't bring peace .
No need to be afraid because we have the faith that our question is fair , and sure one day we'll get our freedom .
At 10:26am on February 23, 2009, Nadia said…
This will make you insist on resisting the occupation and seeking for peace.
At 10:17am on February 23, 2009, Nadia said…
I wonder why you can't come to Nablus .
Welcome to you .
At 11:19am on February 18, 2009, Christine Quelch said…
Hello Ben, lovely to hear from you.

I did not explain myself very well…
As you said, the map is most important.

What I meant to say was, I liked all your pictures, and they were all new to me, except for one, the map, which of course, I am familiar with. The rabbi is the photo I like best.

One day I will get around to organizing some photos of my own. I have a pocket size Palestinian flag sewn in tiny beads in the late 1930’s. It was given to a family relative who passed on many years ago. I have promised myself that if I manage to stay on mepeace for a whole year I will photograph that flag and post it up.
At 8:25am on February 17, 2009, Christine Quelch said…
Hello Ben, I just had a look at your photos.
Great collection: except for the map, they were all new to me.
At 8:36am on February 16, 2009, windsfeather said…
welcome, i am actually glad to see comments so openly presented from the palestinians side. As for the blame game. It is also good. It shows emotions to varied situations to the real efforts to forge peace forward. The blame is a simple self defense to something they may not be able to deal with. It brings understanding to their key issues and importance to what they want to see happen. I do a lot of research and I do not accept pay for what I do. I go to many lands and many governments to show the effects of what is needed. The weakest part becomes the strongest for dealing with peace. We should also be thankful for the King of KSA has taken an elderly cleric and quietly acknowledge his dismentia and re-aligned his cabinet. His efforts to dispell the hate and blame to the religiousl sector is vital to the commitment and re-affirming the mass public of good for the good. I stand behind this and will forge to bring peace efforts no matter how small. Ma Wa Salam and may peace follow you and your family.
Amera Windsfeather USA
At 11:59am on February 13, 2009, Christine Quelch said…
Hello Ben,
I had not noticed that you live in Denmark. I know about Princess Mary. We all love her. Photos of her and her family are often in our local newspaper. We are all very fond of her and her husband and children. My eldest daughter works with Mary’s sister, so we often hear about what is happening with Denmark’s young royals.

Tasmania has a very small population of only about ½ a million people, so many Tasmanians know one another. The people here a very fond of yachting, sailing, boating, fishing. I think the Danes are also very keen on these activities, and that is how Mary and Frederick met.

I do not come from Tasmania, I was born in Victoria, Australia, which, at the moment, is suffering from a very severe bushfire that has been going for several days.

I see you have had to learn Danish, and now English. It is a lot of very hard work, learning languages.
You have made some great comments on mepeace, Thank you.


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