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Tag Archives: peace
My headline might read as a feel-good story, of a reformed terrorist family who now teach peace, non-violence and tolerance. However the story is not quite like that at all. The husband of a Palestinian teacher who won “teacher of … Continue reading
There’s plenty of bad news out there which I will get to in a subsequent post, but for now, here’s some more good news from our Arab neighbours. (All emphases are added by me). Abdallah Al-Hadlaq, a Kuwaiti columnist wrote … Continue reading
Last week I couldn’t bring myself to post a Good News Friday installment. The news seemed to be unrelentingly bad and I couldn’t shake myself out of my depression. Another terrible week has gone by with heavy losses by the … Continue reading
The necessity of checkpoints within Israel and between Israel and Palestinian-controlled territory has been discussed many times before. I posted a video on that subject over two years ago, and sadly nothing has changed. The following video (via Andreas Fagerbakke‘s … Continue reading
Several important foreign visitors have been in Israel for talks this week. US Secretary of State John Kerry has been visiting the region and various positive statements have been issued although no substantive decisions or solutions have been proposed. John … Continue reading
We turn off our computers and phones for two days and look what happens: An Iranian scientist revealed on Monday (1st day Rosh Hashana) that separate explosions targeted two of Iran’s uranium enrichment sites back in August: Iran’s most senior … Continue reading