PEACE WE ARE READY
Mr. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Mr. President Mahmoud Abbas, Next month John Kerry is coming back in our region with an agreement…
So, what if this time, you guys do sign the agreement!
What if this time you reach a solution a gets us Peace.
Most of the Israelis (68%) are ready for a 2 States solution now,
I bet that most of the Palestinians too.
We are so many good people here, we are tired of this non sense, on both side of the wall, we can achieve so much together.
We’re wasting so much time killing each others.
Sign it for the next generation, so they can grow up in a place where the word missile, bomb, shelter …means nothing
Please, the whole world is behind you, most of the people in the region are behind you,
We r behind you
Brings us peace
Once and for all
Israel Palestine PEACE Agreement 2014.
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Together we can make it happen. Peace ♡
PEACE it’s VIRAL
PEACE starts with the people, one person at a time. Today it’s easier than ever to connect and reach out to one another. We can talk, we can meet, and we can start a new friendship without even leaving our homes just by the click of a button. One new person, One new connection. Peace is when we see and treat each other as people. All we have to do is talk.
Meet the SANDBOX
I was born and raised in a religious Israeli settlement in the west bank called Immanuel…. If you look on the map, it’s near Nablus
At some point, like many of my friends did, I moved to an ultra orthodox Yeshiva in the city of Bnei Brak. It is concidered a standart phase for those who want to deepen their religious belief – we call it ‘getting stronger’.
When I arrived to the marriage age i knew i have to look outside the Ultra orthodox’s community to find me a life partner. In the ultra orthodox world it’s all about classes and blood line. I wasn’t born to an ultra orthodox family and in their eyes, I wasn’t religious enough for their daughters.
I like the religious world, there is always someone to tell you what to do. sometimes at the Yeshiva it was a bit to much. People can easily turn you into a robot.
I left. I tried to be a Braslev for a while (Jewish Hasidik)…. but it wasn’t for me.
I live in Rishon. Married. A 2 and half little girls.
I’m a taxi driver part of the day, bus driver the other part.
I’m at least 15 hours behind the wheel every day.
Still religious.. Kipa Srouga (embroidered yamaka.. call me a freelance.
–Arie, 36, RISHON LeZion