Palestine-Israel Peace Forum

Here we want to talk every thing about peace between Palestinian and Israelian people

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A rarely heard voice from Israel - that of peace activists. Patty Debonitas speaks to Eva Ferrero, an anti-war activist and voluntary observer at checkpoints on the recent Gaza conflict, elections and the blankout of anti-war protests by national and international media. What do activists encounter in the settlements and from the Israeli authorities?

If you are neutral in situations of injustice, you have chosen the side of the oppressor.” Bishop Desmond Tutu

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Comment by febY on November 2, 2008 at 9:35pm
Only the truth and people friendly intentions can help peace!
Comment by febY on November 2, 2008 at 9:27pm
You live at the heart of the Land of Israel lie the mountains of Israel, known since ancient days as Samaria and Judea. Today all who reject Jewish ownership of, and sovereignty over, these lands call them the “West Bank” or, more particularly, the “Israeli-occupied Arab West Bank.”

Let me tell you a little about this “Israeli-occupied Arab West Bank.”

The “Israeli-occupied Arab West Bank” is the very cradle of Jewish civilization.

In the “Israeli-occupied Arab West Bank” Israel’s founding fathers, Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, lie buried.

Their wives lie with them or, as in the case of Jacob’s wife Rachel, in Bethlehem - in the “Israeli-occupied Arab West Bank.”

Rachel’s Joseph is also buried in the “Israeli-occupied Arab West Bank” - in Shechem.

It was on the “Israeli-occupied Arab West Bank” that Abraham stood when God told him to look to the north, to the south, to the east and to the west, promising that all the land he could see would be given to his descendants, “forever.”

Jacob was traveling through the “Israeli-occupied Arab West Bank” when he lay down to sleep, and dreamed of a staircase reaching into heaven, with angels descending and ascending as God spoke from on high saying: Jacob, the land on which you are lying is the land I am giving to you and your descendants after you as an everlasting possession. That place is called Bethel, or Beit El. It is in the “Israeli-occupied Arab West Bank.”

Joshua, Moses’ successor and that great Israeli conqueror is buried in the Mountains of Ephraim, in the “Israeli-occupied Arab West Bank.”

For close on 400 years the nation of Israel worshiped God in the Tabernacle at Shiloh, in the “Israeli-occupied Arab West Bank.”

Gideon was threshing wheat in Ophrah, in the “Israeli-occupied Arab West Bank” when the Angel of the Lord called him to judge the Israelites. Other judges, including the famous Deborah, lived in the “Israeli-occupied Arab West Bank.”

Ruth met Boaz, who wooed and married her in the “Israeli-occupied Arab West Bank.”

Their grandson, the Shepherd King David, was born in Bethlehem, in the “Israeli-occupied Arab West Bank.” For the first seven-and-a-half years of his reign he ruled in Hevron - or Hebron - in the “Israeli-occupied Arab West Bank.”

Ancient Jerusalem, which David then established as the capital of his kingdom, is in the heart of the “Israeli-occupied Arab West Bank.”

The heart of Jerusalem is the Temple Mount. Site of Solomon’s splendid first Temple and the Exiles-rebuilt second Temple, it is in the “Israeli-occupied Arab West Bank.”

And here, in the “Israeli-occupied Arab West Bank” God’s shekinah glory rested visibly on the only place the Almighty calls “holy.”

Is it clear yet? Can it possibly be any more so?

Indeed it is clear. Those who do not see it simply don’t want to.

I want to tell you something, my dear friend, because I would like to think that you are my friend

Peace is possible only if our fellow citizens Arabic recognize the full authority of the state Israel. Now there are Arabs, they have the right to life and therefore must be ready for coexistence. In what way will the Jews and Arabs do?

The Jews are ready for peace, the Arabs are expected to only one, and that is that you do not identifies with terrorists.

On the road to peace does not stand Jews, but the terror threat and that Jews and Arabs.

Make the first step, I and you. Be my friend, think about this that I wrote. And now I want to ask where you live? Be honest as a true friend.

Comment by Mohammed on November 2, 2008 at 8:35am
thanx for all
i think we must Know about the Palestinian - Israel conflict because i consider this conflict the main conflict in mideast
occupation and siege makes hate between neighbours
i know that peoples from two countries like to live in peace so we must support them to live
because peace is life
life without peace=hell
thanx for all who join and type here

Comment by Anders Abrahamsson on November 2, 2008 at 5:06am
What about joining up @ a Peace Party in Amman, Jordan, NYE 31dec, 2008?
Comment by Jennycologne on November 2, 2008 at 2:29am
hello everyone !

thank you for let me be here with you !

Comment by Ayodele Smart on November 2, 2008 at 12:50am
Thanks for the invite
Comment by Angie/Shinetoday on November 1, 2008 at 9:38pm
Thankyou for the invite. This subject is very close to my heart, many don't know this about me but my father was in the holocaust. I learned very young when he told me we all bleed the same color..and how horrible violence really is and not as God intended. He also told me about end times things and at that time all eyes would be on Isreal and to always stay in touch and follow her closely and I have.
Comment by Paul RETI on November 1, 2008 at 4:08pm
I sometimes whimsically refer to the area as Hollyland or The Muddle East. That is why the location hollylands Mohammed picked really resonated with me. :-)

Comment by Mohammed on November 1, 2008 at 9:18am
what do you think abou thay ways to solve palestinian-israel conflict?

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