A network for peace in the Middle East


A network for peace in the Middle East

To establish a peoples peace network to help resolve the on-going conflicts in the Middle East, especially the one in Palestine-Israel. Peace in the Middle East is vital for world peace.

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Comment by ABED MALHAS on May 21, 2011 at 10:59pm


dear friend my lady   I am honored 2 ,TK U 4 UR positive energy ,support , LOVE 2 ART , children ,humanity & CREATION ,


let US Enhance, Tolerance, Cooperation, Understanding, Acceptance, World Peace ,Confidence ,,Recognition ,Human Rights ,Cultural Enrichment ,Positive Globalization - Love & Help the less fortunate - Love & Protect the Environment;

METHOD CASA is initiating six GLOBAL NEW concepts;

- ART OLYMPIC ( equivalent 2 Sport Olympic )



- CASA ( care and share art ) GLOBAL TOURING EXH.



please inform the leaders of  UR country  , children; students; schools; academics; artists; museum; gallery; art outlets; sponsors; decision maker; celebrity; media; industry; etc.

it will benefit U , them , UR  country & the World
Comment by Sie.Kathieravealu on April 22, 2009 at 8:05am
"Peace in the Middle East is vital for world peace."
Two great teachers preached that the people SHOULD respect the 'Rights" of others and do their "Duty" by abiding by it.

The problem in the Middle-East and the rest of the world is due to non-obedience to the teachings of these Teachers by people who claim that they the true followers of their Teachers/Leaders.

Abide by the Teachings of the Founder of Your Religion. There would be PEACE in the world.
Comment by Rene Wadlow on April 21, 2009 at 1:25pm
Kuan Yin : She who harkens to the cries of the world
Rene Wadlow*

Wise in using skilful means
In every corner of the world
She manifests her countless forms

Conference on Human Unity

On 20 April starts in Geneva a United Nations conference to review progress on the Programme of Action of the 2001 World Conference Against Racism, Racial Discrimination, Xenophobia and Related Intolerance. The original conference was held 31 August to 8 September 2001 in Durban, South Africa, and so the review conference has, as a short title “Durban II”.

Durban I had just folded its tents when the 11 September attacks on the World Trade Center in New York and the Pentagon in Washington highlighted the hates and many divisions in the world. The years since 2001 have been filled with examples of xenophobia – fear of the foreign – and related fears of all that is different, all that challenges the way the dominant forces in a country structure a society and its values.

Fortunately, there have been individuals and organized groups which have worked to break down walls and to overcome divisions among peoples. The Durban Programme of Action had recognized such efforts and called “upon States to explore means to expand the role of non-governmental organizations in society through, in particular, deepening the ties of solidarity amongst citizens and promoting greater trust across racial and social class divides by promoting wider citizen involvement and more voluntary cooperation.”

With the current world-wide economic difficulties, there is a real danger that xenophobic sentiments will be directed against foreign workers. There is a large, world-wide migration of people, on the move to increase their economic prospects, to escape conflict and violence, to break out of the chains of racial, gender, and ethnic discrimination.

We need to develop compassionate and welcoming societies so that all may find a place in which to develop their full potential. The Durban Programme of Action calls “to work to reduce violence, including violence motivated by racism, racial discrimination, xenophobia and related intolerance by addressing bias before it manifests itself in violent criminal activity.”

Thus Durban II is a time for all of us to stress human unity and to recall that we are all citizens of the world.

*Rene Wadlow, Representative to the UN, Geneva, Association of World Citizens.
Comment by Patriciainsweden on March 5, 2009 at 3:16am
Thanks Tatiana and Sohail!

We sure need all the help we can possibly get!

Can you pleace write to patricia.gronblad@gmail.com as there is plenty of information that I can possibly send through iPleace due to the lack of space!
Comment by Patriciainsweden on March 4, 2009 at 11:07pm
I dare to think that the answer is among the conscious Jewish pacifists who are doing all they can to stop this absurdity specially when the target is the innocent children!

There are so many Jewish & Palestine websites that I kept on joining but due to all my endless troubles with one laptop after the other...just until now I´m learning the way to bookmark all these important information .

Shall we help each other and start with the broadcasting of all these Arab & Jewish friendly websites and take part of their philosophy.

Any suggestions?
Comment by James L. Foster on March 4, 2009 at 5:26pm
Thanks, Sohail. I will pass this on to my ICS Peace Memo email list.

Comment by Patriciainsweden on February 27, 2009 at 12:38am
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Delete Comment Hi My adorable and wise Serge!

You´re right..every thing was just felt hopeless!

As long as we couldn´t meet with Martin (the principal at Fenix) nothing could ever work..the ball was on his hands...we can´t keep on blaming anybody...what would be the point of having Onasis as leader if the leading "company" in this case Fenix wouldn´t take the initiative as martin has been so extremely busy...in fact..today he had to meet me after 4 pm and even while we both were chatting with Tim Southernwood who is our distinguish member from the pleace plan as well plus Tamer Halaseh..he had to deal with other school issues at the same time! in the middle of our chat we lost contact with Lea due to an expected problem with the gnmail chat...Lea just vanished from my list!

But I can gladly informe you all about the great team and the feedback we are getting!

We should be proud and thankful for all the efforts that we all are making to pull this life giving project on behalf of the Palestinian children!
We can´rt deny that we have felt tired, disappointed, and in a terrible despair!

isn´t that a part of a? what ever project I´ve ever been involved in..sooner or later...I get ther...wondering why some of the students or people who are involved just won´t move a finger..while others just love to do their job and do it for the fun of it!

I told Lea after receiving some advice from Doris who has been helping us quite a lot even though she is not a member, that as we have already done all what we possibly could...the rest is just to come...there is a timing for all the good that is awaiting us I said (citating Doris and other great fb friends that are behind us supporting our project with their prayers!)

and sure it did..the miracle happened this afternoon!

We kept on writing to tamer and Reham his sister as we wanted to present the project to Martin counting already with the collaboration of specially the Palestinian members and our integration to their own organizations ..

but as we hadn´t have any response from neither of them and not even from Thorskild who had promised his collaboration as he is sure the man for the job
(pleace see his CV)

And believe it or not everybody!...no matter how much some of you might think that Lea or perhaps mostly me are good leaders...we are not leaders..we are just normal people who happen to share the same burning love for the children of Palestine and we as most of you have met together and have been doing more than expected!

And this afternoon at Fenix Martin and I we managed to chat with both ..Tim from the Alberta University who promised to help us and Tamer Halaseh the Culture director of a very well known Palestinian org.

He himself will explain for all of you better when ever he has the time!

Members from our pleaceplan keep on leaving us which still doesn´t worry us!..we don´t need quantity..we do care about oir members and their commitment to a cause as ours...many are called but few are the chosen ones as they say!

WE are counting with Rotary, Lions, the Swfdish Church in Skillingaryd to start with!

All possible industries which we are used to work with in this region!

Before the meeting I called all friends at Jönköpings community and they ´lll be happy to help us too!

Doris sent us a long list of Montesory schools in Canada which are as interested of humanitarian projects as we are..so perhaps that is a job for Serge..to send them an invitation!

We did agreed with Martin about the importance of this Life desining project which is not just the collectig of toys but all what is around it!

as the trauma around the kid who prbably has lost his either legs or arms or what ever part of his/her body...or what about the kid that lost his sight or his hearing and so on+

the students role is to not just collect toys and send them away!---as there are all kind of people who still writing to us wanting to help in what ever field they are involved in..so we ´lll have the chance to prvide the plaestinian chidren not just with a toy..but with endless devices that the students have the chance to create and produce around the industries...this is not just a Toy oproject..it´s a life style that the student who choses to take part of..would know from the beginning that it´s a life evr lsating humanitarian work...that this is just thre beginning of a path with not end!...

This is a great chance for all our children to introduce them to a life full of responsibility to our fellow man not just during this or a couple of school seasons but a life ever lasting life designing protect which will just nourish their soul for the time to come!

If you´re looking for leaders who´ll do a better job...welcome to inform us!..we are happy with the results but let us know if some of you feel better prepare to do what we might have been missing!

More to come!

Comment by James L. Foster on February 22, 2009 at 5:57am
Thank you, Ronit, for your good work for peace! Jim
Comment by Ronit Nesher on February 21, 2009 at 9:57pm

Comment by Ronit Nesher on February 21, 2009 at 9:55pm
how are you today?
i am doing well-
actually planning a meeting of "women of vision" - israeli and palestinian women.

we meet every 3 weeks and sometimes more-
and because we come from all over the country everytime we meet in a dufferent place.
this time it will be in "Bir El Maksour" it is a Bedouin muslem village in the north of israel-palestine.

we are planning a big conference in october 2009- for 150 women -
so it is very exciting and inspiering for me.

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