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iPeace future is saved thanks to Clicia Pavan







Huge Huge thanks to Clicia Pavan who single handily saved iPeace network and gave it a lifeline for another year at least. Clicia who's been a dedicated member of iPeace from… Continue

Added by David Califa on May 13, 2010 at 5:00pm — 11 Comments

Here's the good news





Dear Member of iPeace,

Here's the good news:



As of today, iPeace is fully multilingual. We added a Google Translator widget to every page. So with a mouse click you can turn it to a page in your own language.





Also, iPeace is now wide open. As opposed to social networks facebook and others, you… Continue

Added by David Califa on November 10, 2009 at 10:31am — 10 Comments

A tribute to ALL iPeace artists

Hello peace people,



I've just created PeaceArt video as a tribute to ALL you wonderful iPeace artists. Although the video feature mostly graphic art that was created by you and posted in iPeace, I cherish all of iPeace artists. Writers, poets, painters, movie people, musician and the rest, you are making every day the fabric of which iPeace is made of.



Thank you.



David







Please share this video with all your… Continue

Added by David Califa on October 26, 2009 at 11:06pm — 26 Comments

Spreading the word about iPeace Day with a video

How can we create a huge global event in 2 months?



How can we make iPeace Day a household name?



How can we get millions around the world to dedicate themselves to peace on the last day of every year?



How can we help those who celebrate iPeace Day in 'infecting' the people around them with peace?



Any ideas?



Please let us know.



We can start with this short video:





Please watch… Continue

Added by David Califa on October 22, 2009 at 8:17pm — 10 Comments

It's time to get busy. iPeace Day 2009 is around the corner







On the last day of the year we will celebrate iPeace Day for the second time.



This is the time to start asking your self how would YOU dedicate yourself on that day for peace.



You don't even need to leave home, or your neighborhood, or your town. YOU just need to dedicate yourself to peace.



There are a million things you can do without leaving home.

Be peaceful - Dedicate yourself to sharing your peace –… Continue

Added by David Califa on October 22, 2009 at 1:37pm — 14 Comments

Vote today!



Hi all,



Last year we entered the iPeace idea as a candidate to Google's Project 10^100, a call for ideas to change the world by helping as many people as possible.



Lately Google announced:



Last fall we launched Project 10^100, a call for ideas to change the world by helping as many people as possible. Your response was… Continue

Added by David Califa on October 4, 2009 at 5:06pm — 29 Comments

Gaza doctor who lost three kids in IDF op tapped for Nobel Prize



Palestinian Dr. Ezzeldeen Abu al-Aish, whose three daughters were killed during Israel's offensive on the Gaza Strip earlier this year, has been nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize, Army Radio reported on Monday.



The nomination was announced by Belgium's state secretary, who described al-Aish to the Arabic-language daily A-Sharq Al-Awsat as a "soldier of peace." The doctor has been awarded honorary Belgian citizenship "in recognition of… Continue

Added by David Califa on April 6, 2009 at 11:05pm — 45 Comments

Noa and Mira Awad - Musical Show of Unity Upsets Many in Israel



Originally published in the New York Times



By ETHAN BRONNER

Published: February 24, 2009



TEL AVIV — Achinoam Nini, a singer and peace activist, has long stirred controversy here. Known abroad by her stage name, Noa, she has recorded with Arab artists, refused to perform in the occupied West Bank, condemned Israeli settlements there and had concerts canceled because of bomb threats from the extreme… Continue

Added by David Califa on March 3, 2009 at 9:09am — 38 Comments

Waltz with Bashir



Seeing Ari Folman's prize-winning film, 'Waltz with Bashir,' is having an unexpected therapeutic effect, not only on soldiers who served in the first Lebanon war - the film's subject - but also on those who fought on the Egyptian front, in the intifada, or in the Second Lebanon War.



Kobi Ben-Simhon - Haaretz



This is a long post, but interesting and worth reading. What triggered it is a discussion posted a… Continue

Added by David Califa on February 6, 2009 at 4:28pm — 3 Comments

Ceasefire in Gaza is on – Now we need your charity



Indeed, a ceasefire in Gaza is now in place, but the long process of healing wounds and re-starting normal life just begins.



iPeace is focusing on rushing aid to the children of Gaza. For that we opened a cause in facebook and a special action group in iPeace.



This… Continue

Added by David Califa on January 18, 2009 at 3:56pm — 17 Comments

I cry with you Abu al-Aish



The deaths that opened the hearts of many Israelis.



So many deaths in this bloody war between Israel and Hamas have been in vain. If anything can be a consolation to Dr. Ezzeldeen Abu al-Aish at this unimaginable hard time, is the fact that the death of his 3 daughters opened a channel between Palestinian hearts to the mainstream Israeli hearts.



It happened last night, and the events were broadcasted live in prime… Continue

Added by David Califa on January 17, 2009 at 6:37pm — 59 Comments

Petition - To the Israeli Government - Let the Gaza Children Out of the War Zone.



We appeal to the government of Israel to open the border-points with Gaza in order to allow for evacuation of children from the battle zone to a safe location, until they can be returned to their families with the cessation of hostilities.



Whether we agree or disagree with the aims of the present war, the fate of hundreds of thousands of endangered children is of utmost… Continue

Added by David Califa on January 15, 2009 at 2:53pm — 7 Comments

There is just no other way!



Let me tell you a story. I went to visit my parents in Beer Sheva today. It takes about an hour to drive there. I got there at 12:45 pm. Said hi, kissed my parents and went to look what's cooking in my mom's pots.

Suddenly a siren started wailing. This has only one meaning for it these days for a million people in Israel. A missile is doing its way from Gaza in your direction. And you have to act fast.



My elderly parents… Continue

Added by David Califa on January 14, 2009 at 9:57pm — 46 Comments

You may say I'm a dreamer. or what kind of iPeace we want.









I received a message from Stephanie:



David
If anyone is on our minds these days.....guess who it is.
Why don't you keep an online journal to let us know how YOU are doing.
We are all curious to know. You work miracles, keep us going and growing.
And you??
Hmm..



Why not? 85 messages in iPeace and same amount of emails can…
Continue

Added by David Califa on January 9, 2009 at 11:56am — 52 Comments

A note about unfairness,,,

There's a great deal of misunderstanding of the 100 years old Israeli Palestinian conflict. There's a great deal of disinformation about it in iPeace today. And there's a great deal of manipulation end exploitation of the situation, some of it very cynical.



Here's part of a message I and 45 others received yesterday:



"Israel is the attacker since centuries ago - Jews dont have a land and thats a fact. and they have made protocols and through them have prepared… Continue

Added by David Califa on January 6, 2009 at 11:00pm — 61 Comments

On freedom of speech, emotionally driven personal attacks, and horror visuals.

iPeace prides itself on being a free space for sharing ideas, opinions and information.





But we have and uphold certain standards. We will not allow posting of explicit horror images of war. We don't need to see it to realize that war is horrific.



We understand also that emotions in these days are running high. But we will not tolerate personal attacks between members.



We ask you to help us in keeping the iPeace space civilized and report to… Continue

Added by David Califa on January 4, 2009 at 3:00pm — 12 Comments

My iPeace Day



I case you were wondering how I am spending iPeace Day. I will drive now to Beer Sheva, my home town, to pick up my parents and bring them over to my house. My father is 87 and has difficulty walking, my mother is 78. There is just no possible way for them to get to a safe place in the 45 seconds which take a missle to get from Gaza to their house.



Since early this morning 5 Grad missiles fired by Hamas from Gaza hit my home town. One… Continue

Added by David Califa on December 31, 2008 at 11:58am — 46 Comments

I refuse to give up hope



These are dark days for peace lovers. But I refuse to give up hope for better days.



Please watch and listen to Noa & Mira Awad - singing 'We can work it out'





Noa said: "I feel peace is like the rings created by a rock thrown into water. One small rock creates one small ring that becomes wider and wider but weaker at the same… Continue

Added by David Califa on December 29, 2008 at 11:38am — 14 Comments

Thank YOU



I want to thank YOU, all members of Candle4Tibet and iPeace for pouring so much meaning into my life. Please don't forget to thank whoever is dear to you. Please promise to never take them for granted.



Happy holidays to all of… Continue

Added by David Califa on December 24, 2008 at 5:35pm — 49 Comments

The music of iPeace

Enjoy… Continue

Added by David Califa on December 15, 2008 at 8:50pm — 1 Comment

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