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At 7:57pm on February 25, 2012, leonardo martin negrin said…
At 8:40pm on June 7, 2010, Eva said…
Hello,

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

http://peaceformeandtheworld.ning.com/

You are cordially invited.

Love and Light, Eva
At 2:02am on February 24, 2010, ashadowman said…
Hi Susie,

You have very peaceful eyes and smile !

Peace be with you today and always !


Rick
At 10:10am on August 29, 2009, WARIS ALI said…
Hello Susie
I am pleased to see u here.I am glad to know that you are singer as well as writer.I used to write romantic poetry but during student life.
It will be my pleasure if u add me in the list of your friends.

Peace
Waris
At 6:30am on August 19, 2009, Mingmar Tsering Lama said…
hi..friend...i'm hoping to learn some musical tips from you my dear friend...love,Peace and Light..mings from Nepal
At 2:46am on August 14, 2009, TAZA said…
The end of a search.
At 2:46am on August 14, 2009, TAZA said…
Thank you for a beautiful place...
THE HEARTLAND RECORDS group in iPeace.
You're invited.
Love and peace.
swami anand TAZA
meditator master, musician, tarologist, filosia, parapsychological medium
At 9:52pm on August 13, 2009, YVONNE said…
I like the way you write .Hope you get to read Confessions of an Economic Hit Man by John Perkins .. You will find him speaking on Youtube with Amy Goodman of Democracy Now and several other videos too
At 3:14am on July 8, 2009, Charlina Cecena said…
Beautiful day to you my friend!
At 9:34am on July 6, 2009, mak 2 akh said…
Army officials say teenager killed

During Thursday's clash between IDF troops, Palestinian gunmen apparently hit

By Israeli mortar shells;

Earlier, IDF said Palestinian fire killed girl





How did she die? An IDF probe into a clash between soldiers and Gaza gunmen shows that a girl killed in the shootout was hurt by Israeli fire, army officials said late Thursday.

Earlier, the army said the Palestinian teenager was likely killed by Palestinian fire, but the investigation later revealed that this was likely not the case.

A 17-year-old girl was killed in the incident and 11 others were wounded, the Palestinians said.



Israeli fire kill girl (Photo: AFP)

An IDF force on patrol came under fire near the Gaza border fence Thursday, the army said, adding that troops responded by directing mortar shells at the Palestinian side. At this time it is unclear why the shells hurt a group of Palestinian civilians. The possibilities being examined are that the victims were in close proximity to the gunmen, or that troops erred while aiming their mortar fire.

"The debriefing continues and it's too early to draw final conclusions," an IDF official said. However, he added that the probe increasingly showed that the Palestinian civilians were mistakenly hit by IDF fire.
During operation Cast Lead in Gaza, a tactical error in the activation of the mortar system used in Thursday's incident led to the wounding of several IDF soldiers. The system in question is considered more accurate and less powerful than the firing of tank shells.

Meanwhile, IDF forces uncovered two explosive devices at the border fence near the site of the clash. The bombs did not explode during the incident. Army officials noted that the troops who came under attack initially prepared to cross the fence into Gaza, but eventually decided to fire mortar shells at the Palestinian gunmen.

Hamas did not rush to address the incident, and by Thursday night no Palestinian organization claimed responsibility for the attack on the IDF force.

Ali Waked contributed to the story
At 9:33am on July 6, 2009, mak 2 akh said…
Army officials say teenager killed

During Thursday's clash between IDF troops, Palestinian gunmen apparently hit

By Israeli mortar shells;

Earlier, IDF said Palestinian fire killed girl





How did she die? An IDF probe into a clash between soldiers and Gaza gunmen shows that a girl killed in the shootout was hurt by Israeli fire, army officials said late Thursday.

Earlier, the army said the Palestinian teenager was likely killed by Palestinian fire, but the investigation later revealed that this was likely not the case.

A 17-year-old girl was killed in the incident and 11 others were wounded, the Palestinians said.



Israeli fire kill girl (Photo: AFP)

An IDF force on patrol came under fire near the Gaza border fence Thursday, the army said, adding that troops responded by directing mortar shells at the Palestinian side. At this time it is unclear why the shells hurt a group of Palestinian civilians. The possibilities being examined are that the victims were in close proximity to the gunmen, or that troops erred while aiming their mortar fire.

"The debriefing continues and it's too early to draw final conclusions," an IDF official said. However, he added that the probe increasingly showed that the Palestinian civilians were mistakenly hit by IDF fire.
During operation Cast Lead in Gaza, a tactical error in the activation of the mortar system used in Thursday's incident led to the wounding of several IDF soldiers. The system in question is considered more accurate and less powerful than the firing of tank shells.

Meanwhile, IDF forces uncovered two explosive devices at the border fence near the site of the clash. The bombs did not explode during the incident. Army officials noted that the troops who came under attack initially prepared to cross the fence into Gaza, but eventually decided to fire mortar shells at the Palestinian gunmen.

Hamas did not rush to address the incident, and by Thursday night no Palestinian organization claimed responsibility for the attack on the IDF force.

Ali Waked contributed to the story
At 11:58pm on June 27, 2009, s <3 said…

At 7:30pm on June 14, 2009, Hasan Abid said…

Hello my dear Susie, how r u ? I have been living before in Toronto , hugs
At 12:05am on June 11, 2009, Michael C. Dewey said…
At 9:27pm on June 9, 2009, AL BESHAR said…
Thanks for the add..... it is my great pleasure to get to know you.


Peace, Love, Joy, Harmony, Beauty


Beshar
At 8:56pm on June 9, 2009, FreeAprilGriffin said…
Please, will you sign this petition that has received global support, please?

http://www.thepetitionsite.com/petition/439902107
At 10:06am on June 8, 2009, Robert said…
Dear Susie,

Please feel free to go on and expound at will! I am a fan of free exression and I care how you feel and what you think!

How fun in a way to have just the two of you meet up there! Not what you might expect.. You would think there might be a handful maybe, but two..? :-)

Thank you for the warmth in your message and the kinship expressed!

When I saw your face I knew in an instant you are an interesting and caring person. So glad to have met you.

Hugs and smiles,

Robert
At 11:25pm on June 7, 2009, Robert said…
Hi Susie,

How are you? You seem to be diving right into IPEACE heartfirst!!

Glad that you are integrating so well!

Hope you are having a great weekend. Sending smiles! :-) :-) :-) :-p (oops) :-)
At 5:30pm on June 3, 2009, matt gray said…
Hi Susie, Thanks so much for your friendship. I'm really glad you like the music, stop by anytime. All best - matt
At 12:23pm on June 3, 2009, Diamant said…
Hi Susie :-)
Thank you so much for your sweet comment and picture/note. I hope you and your kids are well and have heaps of fun together :-)
I am a mother to a beautiful son, soon turning 4. I love kids, they are the future.

Wish you a great day filled with sunlight and lots of happiness.

Always Love
Diamant

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