Politics : Peace

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This section is dedicated to the memory of our late prime minister, Yitzhak Rabin, the man of peace, that was assassinated on November 4th, 1995, while leaving a public rally for peace in the Middle East, and end to all violence.

Over a million and a half Israeli citizens, thousands of distinguished guests, and dozens of world leaders which came to Jerusalem to pay last respects to Rabin proved that a man can be killed, but his ideas will live on forever.

    Turn from evil and do good; seek peace and pursue it. Psalms 34:14

    He will judge between the nations and will settle disputes for many peoples. They will beat their swords into plowshares and their spears into pruning hooks. Nation will not take up sword against nation, nor will they train for war anymore. Isaiah 2:4

*Society and Culture : Soldiers : Missing in Action
*Ariga peace related articles and links
*Artists - Messangers of Peace works of art on first-day covers issued upon the signature of peace treaties
*CNN - Struggle for Peace background and news
*Rabbi Nahman of Breslev's definition of peace
*The Bibi Site write public letters to middle eastern political figures, and read what others have written. Some letters are serious, though others are childish and full of improper or obscene words
*The Long Road to Peace from Ron Solomon's photo showcase
*The Mideast Peace Process
*The Peace in Pictures Project
*United States Commitee For A Free Lebanon with the ongoing debate in Israel about the withdrawal of our forces from Lebanon, it is interesting to read what the Lebanese actually think about the occupation of their country by the Israelis and Syrians

Memorials to Those Who Died on The Road To Peace:
*Yitzhak Rabin Yitzhak Rabin
*Society and Culture : Holidays : National : Yom Ha'Zicharon
*Memorial Site for the bloody Purim of 1996

Pro-Peace Organizations:
*B'Tselem (NEW) the Israeli information center for human rights in the occupied territories
*Dor Shalom A Whole Generation Demands Peace
*Peace Now

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