Dialogue aims for peace in Gaza, Israel
UPPER NYACK - Few discussions about the situation in the Gaza Strip are done quietly or in measured tones, but one held yesterday at the Fellowship of Reconciliation attempted to be one.
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“Peace and Justice is possible”
Since: Jan 09
#1 Feb 9, 2009
More of these kinds of events where people speak quietly and factually would certainly help toi clarify the problems, and suggest solutions.
In my view, there is no 'high ground' for either party-both have committed inexcusable excesses but refuse to talk WITH each other, if they speak at all.
Hames runs around the world defending its 'victory', and Israel refuses to speak to Hamas, prefering to speak only to Palestinian Authority which has effectively lost control. doesn't sound like either wants peace.
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