Peace is possible

July 15, 2020 by A J-Wire community service announcement
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Sydney’s Kehillat Masada together with Emanuel Synagogue present a bonus session in their Peace Is Possible series highlighting grassroots organisations, all involved in developing a new language of co-operation and collaboration between Israelis and Palestinians.

Combatants for Peace describes itself as “a group of Palestinians and Israelis who have taken an active part in the cycle of violence in our region: Israeli soldiers serving in the IDF and Palestinians as combatants fighting to free their country, Palestine, from the Israeli occupation.”
“Serving our peoples, raised weapons which they aimed at each other and saw each other only through gun sights – have established Combatants for Peace on the basis of non-violence principles.”
19 July at 7:00pm
Join the session on ZOOM ID 599 1715 301

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One Response to “Peace is possible”
  1. Paul Winter says:

    I am glad that Combatants for Peace take themselves seriously and that the Emanuel Synagogue and Kehilat Masada have the pure faith of children in their efforts.

    Errr… Who by the way are the “Palestinian” partners of the Israeli Combatants for Peace.

    And shouldn’t Emanuel Synagogue and Kehilat Masada focus on Judaism and Torah?

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