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When it comes to peace, how would you describe yourself?
I feel the pain in the world
What do you believe are the 'burning issues' today?
Hunger, Poverty, Education, Violence, Human Rights, Our Shrinking Freedom
What must we overcome to achieve peace?
Can we change the world?
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the humans without borders NGO
Our objective

Driving Palestinian children and youths to (and from) medical treatments in Israeli hospitals
Visiting and supporting children and accompanying family members during treatments in Israeli hospitals
Helping with and initiating agricultural work by joining Palestinian farmers in their fields to deter attacks on them
Providing educational opportunities for Palestinian children by building computer rooms for Children in small Palestinian communities
Organizing summer camps for Palestinian children
Continuously taking part in the daily life of the communities and people we assist
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Help them back to school with a big smile

Posted on August 16, 2009 at 5:30pm 1 Comment

Help them back to school with a big smile Dear friends, supporters and colleagues

We wish you all a very good and happy new school year!

As you all know, we are trying to help the poor and people in need in any possible way, to see the smile on the poor children's faces. We know that you are committed to assist children in need and we trust in you. Your support will be a great help to us. Please consider helping us with whatever you can to… Continue

the jerusalem post article about our NGO

Posted on July 25, 2009 at 7:13pm 0 Comments

http://www.jpost.com/servlet/Satellite?pagename=JPost/JPArticle/ShowFull&cid=1248277876219 It's 8 a.m. on a Sunday and Yehiya, four, and his father, Ahmad, are waiting in the shade outside the Bethlehem checkpoint for their ride to Shaare Zedek Medical Center in Jerusalem. They have been traveling for nearly two hours from their West Bank village of Beit Jala, a journey they make three times a week so that Yehiya, who has end-stage kidney disease,… Continue

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At 1:00am on June 21, 2010, Eva said…

iPeace is deleted from David Califa the end of June. Here you can find a new home.


You are cordially invited.

Warm regards, Eva
At 12:49pm on November 16, 2009, Clicia Pavan said…

Leave a note saying what you think of this chronic ---- ----Thank you
You can never know where
men the wind takes them, they have no roots
they do not like roots "
At 9:46pm on July 31, 2009, Warren Jeffrey Motter said…

At 6:19pm on July 25, 2009, David Sparenberg said…
reading your page, Yafit, i much admire the wonderful work you do... bless you

Compassion is the root and common thread. Compassion abides in the soul, as soul’s most natural offspring. It works through the heart and enters the world without doctrine or dogma. Compassion suffers for otherness, from that which one did not do. And compassion rejoices with the joy of that which is shared by all.

The differences of religions arise when compassion is broken apart, like a mirror dashed in a fit of anger. But the way of compassion is wholeness. And the cause of compassion is unity.

We need not abandon the differences, for they smell of human journeys and the gardens of many imaginations. But we must always remember compassion and the invitation to the banquet of reunion. For the “religious” purpose of compassion is to gather the shards of darkened glass and render them harmless.

Some might call this a miracle, other enlightenment. I am a humble person and I call it only Eden, the place of the Tree of Life.

David Sparenberg
22 July 2009
At 6:17pm on July 25, 2009, David Sparenberg said…

Not everyone comes wearing
a red dress.
Many are content with
white shirts, plaid skirts, blue jeans.
The wounded are wearing
because for them
the world is prematurely cold.
The silly and the cleverest
are dressed as clowns.
And the angels are
naked, between the eyelashes
of our setting sun.

Not everyone comes wearing
the reminder of black,
although pain is everywhere
and loss attends us.
Those who are painted in blood
have wept in the wasting of war.
And those who are
painted with light
are here to heal us.

even if I came to you
in the rags of weariness,
the cloak of invisibility or
dust of neglect, the
web of a spider,
would you offer me a drink of water
seeing thirst,
and help to decide
a way, at the crossroads of life?
If I look into your
hands, what will I find:
a golden thread,
the strength of beauty,
a loaf of bread?

David Sparenberg
18 July 2009
At 3:23am on July 5, 2009, tim max said…
HELLO !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
At 12:11pm on July 3, 2009, Eva said…
Hello dear Yafit Gamilah,

Thank you for your invitation. I am very pleased and hope that finally peace in Israel and Palestine there.


At 10:25am on June 29, 2009, dahli R said…
Shalom Yafit. Good for you! Keep up the good work! Peace isn't an Israeli, Lebanese, Palestinian, Talibani, Pakistani or any country thing.
It is within the heart of each and every individual HUMAN BEING. It needs to be felt.
At 7:21pm on June 21, 2009, Hans-Joachim KNOLL said…

I hope, you are fine and healthy and send you the most cordial greetings.
I hope, we all find a good way for peace and freedom for all the people and for all the creatures on this wonderful blue planet.
Wish yourself and your family a peaceful and funny day and a very good start in the new week and all the very best for you.
Your Hans-Joachim KNOLL

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