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Europe Urged to Step Into Breach of Failed Mideast Peace

World  (tags: European Eminent Persons Group, Armed Conflicts, Europe, Global Geopolitics, Global Governance, Headlines, Human Rights, Middle East & North Africa, North America, Peace, TerraViva Europe, Palestine, Israel )

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The EEPG criticised what they referred to as "the erasing of the 1967 lines as the basis for a two-state (solution)." They called for changes in EU policy and some specific steps to promote peace.


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Andrea Turner (13)
Wednesday May 13, 2015, 11:01 am

Angelika R (143)
Wednesday May 13, 2015, 4:19 pm
So now, 2 years later, could they please reiterate their call, write another letter! Since Ms Mogherini is failing just the same, as are most European leaders.

Darren Woolsey (218)
Wednesday May 13, 2015, 11:57 pm
Agree with that synopsis.

Past Member (0)
Friday May 15, 2015, 6:24 am
Evelyn, until Arab states are not requested to contribute anything, the peace and resettlement of Arabs from Palestine and Syria won't happen.

Roberto MARINI (88)
Friday May 15, 2015, 9:04 am
thanks for sharing.

Janet B (0)
Friday May 15, 2015, 12:52 pm

Birgit W (160)
Friday May 15, 2015, 2:08 pm

Past Member (0)
Friday May 15, 2015, 9:55 pm
Noted and thanks Evelyn. Peace may become an antiquated term, but not among my friends and their children and grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

Roslyn M (26)
Saturday May 16, 2015, 2:09 am

Justin Vale (13)
Saturday May 16, 2015, 11:44 am
and what exactly will these numbskulls be able to do about it? israel is more militarily more powerful than any of them. so what can they do? sniff up another line of coke and rant, that's all. kahlon's got geographical position. he's got the mossad. he has the idf. he has nukes galore. he has israel's air-force. he has the might of the jewish people lined up behind him. he has baghdadi. he has isis. what can the blue eyes do to that sephardic? what? and he's been preparing for a long time. this is music to the ears of the zionist behind the mask. he doesn't like blue-bloods anyway.

Justin Vale (13)
Saturday May 16, 2015, 11:56 am
prediction. kahlon will pressure bibi towards annexation. no way kahlon figures it will be a cakewalk dealing with the clinton jews. the greatest challenge and danger for zionism will be the clinton jews. gotta figure he moves b4 they arrive. cause arrive they will.

Janet B (0)
Saturday May 16, 2015, 1:11 pm

Colleen L (3)
Saturday May 16, 2015, 1:27 pm
Whatever happened to forgive and forget. The past has been done, now we must go forward and bring peace unto all. Thanks Evelyn

Angelika R (143)
Saturday May 16, 2015, 2:19 pm
Justin, one thing they already did do, is in fact write two more such letters. Whie this is about an older one from 2013, we learned (from Carrie's post) that they (very likely the same prestigeous group of people) have written a follow up in 2014 and just recently another letter.
One of those "specific steps" could, should be speak with one voice at the UN for Palestinian statehood.
Another, of course, is to INCREASE BDS policies, NOT decrease or ban them, as Israel wants to force upon Europe.

Past Member (0)
Saturday May 16, 2015, 8:26 pm
Evelyn, I like the highest level of professionalism of the graphic artist who made the photo!

Look at the PR level:
* A middle-aged lady sitting in the perfect spot on the picture, golden ratio of composition to its best;
all clothing perfectly clean
* nice and ironed PA flag hands on the second perfect spot - golden ratio of composition to its best again;
* a nice small oilve tree showed while planting is in progress, peaceful and quiet;
* no shovel and anything metalling - that would bring tension to the picture. Only depicted Israeli soldiers are meant to bring tension;
* though that woman was planting with her hands only and is not done yet, her hands are perfectly clean.
* No water to make dirt and to spoil the holiday.

I love watching Pallywood pictures and videos to catch multiple lies and to see how creative Arab graphic artists can be.

Parsifal S (96)
Saturday May 16, 2015, 10:39 pm

Zionist software Bob Algeron have you some very serious Eye Problems or is it something worse !

twice you address Evelyn in the same article by Angelika but there IS no Evelyn wich posted.

I am really deep concerned how deep on the skid-row the hasbara has come, they seem not even to have a working social plan w/ health care, yep ?

Evelyn B (63)
Sunday May 17, 2015, 2:08 am
Correction, Parsifal! I did post this article!!

But Bob does have a habit of trying to pick me out .... preferably with sarcasm or misinformation or labelling me as an Islamist - he doesn't like the fact that I stand for human rights for all - and that includes Palestinians, who suffer from extensive abuse of their human rights!

Angelika R (143)
Sunday May 17, 2015, 4:48 am
That was 'friendly fire" from Parsifal there, thx for correcting Evelyn, before I could do so! Nevertheless, that comment abve "analyzing" the image IS testimony of some serious issue.

Past Member (0)
Sunday May 17, 2015, 5:24 pm
Dawah Activist hardware Parsifal O,

(Sorry, I am too lazy to go to your profile to see what O stands for)

You hard-wiring left you with no flexibility, everything was preset by your Medresse, thus limiting your ability to understand who the author of the post is.

Talk to your local Imam/Sheikh for re-programming or upgrading parts.

In such cases software won't help.

Evelyn B (63)
Sunday May 17, 2015, 5:48 pm
Bob, you have been told:clearly: Dawah is the Arabic for "invitation"
Do stop mis-using a language you don't understand, & don't care to use accurately. An "invitation activist" makes no sense whatsoever. And for the rest - you insult systematically those who do not agree with you.

Care2NN is for respectful discussion ... not calling names or claiming people are programmed with no brain of their own, or labelling them as Islamist etc etc ... Just because they don't agree with you.

Past Member (0)
Sunday May 17, 2015, 7:46 pm

I was given the Dawah definition as "spreading Islamist perspective" by the people I trust, and I shall use it as I see fit.

Don't lie, while trying to find personal insults in my posts: I did not call anyone "with no brain of their own", this is what you invented. If you meant to apply it to Parsifal, you owe him an apology.

Neither I called anyone Islamist on the post above.

"Care2NN is for respectful discussion ... not calling names or claiming people...Just because they don't agree with you. " - This is I agree with, and would like to see all Islamist and Arab Nationalist supporters following these rules.

Past Member (0)
Sunday May 17, 2015, 7:50 pm
Continue looking at the picture: the old lady could not possibly do anything about this plant, because she would lost her balance and fell.

Very appealing propaganda picture.

Really great graphic artist! Considering fees, paid by the Arab Human Rights Fund, it can be quite an expensive artist. What a pity that the photo was not signed, it is a masterpiece.

Evelyn B (63)
Monday May 18, 2015, 1:01 am
No Bob - you used "Dawah Activist" ... Islamist is a description you have used about me - including in expressing your incomprehension about how I could have posted an article about the Armenian genocide .... and in another where you asked how I, as an

Evelyn B (63)
Monday May 18, 2015, 2:07 am
Correct, Nyack - but Bob prefers to stick to his own abusive use of the word, trusting his obviously ill-informed sources who either don't know Arabic & don't care to ... or who are trying to find another term for "Islamist" as an insult since there is more and more rejection of the way Islamophobic & pro-Zionist people are throwing the term around as an insult - when it clearly doesn't apply, making it less effective when used to describe Islamic extremist groups.

And as you say - the issue is one of human rights, that should not be crushed and abused.

I've seen articles, and comments, supportive of Muslim human rights on Care2NN ... I haven't seen pro-Islamist ones, though. (Except perhaps a few comments in threads, by people who tend to post strange comments, designed primarily to irritate rather than to be taken seriously!)

Conflating respect for Islam & Muslim human rights with Islamists, extremist groups who are considered by most Muslims to be betraying their religion .... that is a strategy used by the Islamophobic & some pro-Zionists ...

Extremists are dangerous, and one should be careful not to judge a whole population by extremists within the population. This applies to any religious or political body ....

For example, it would be a major mistake to conflate extremist Israeli Jewish settlers (& their acts such as burning someone alive) with all Israeli Jews. It is equally wrong to conflate ISIS or extremist Taliban groups with all Muslims.

Conflating & generalising leads to abuse of people’s human rights.

By the way, I see that my last comment, replying to Bob, was truncated ... should have read - "and in another where you asked how I, as an Islamist, dared criticise ISIS .... just a couple of examples among others.

For the record - I believe that all extremism betrays anything good in a religion or in political movements, and leads to abuse of human rights; I am strongly opposed to Islamism and all other extremisms"

Past Member (0)
Monday May 18, 2015, 8:00 am
Simple Google finds

Al-Dawah Of Michigan (Muslim Youth Outreach)

This is the Dawah that I mean and I was told about.

I am sorry ladies, you are cordially invited to ignore my posts containing the word Dawah in a sense that I was told and was able to verify.

Somehow you are skipping my comments about high quality professionally made propaganda picture, made by Pallywood. Was it by chance?

Evelyn B (63)
Monday May 18, 2015, 10:24 am
Bob - I have no problem with symbolic photos or images - the olive tree is a symbol of peace, and as such fits the theme. You're the person who is searching all sorts of other meanings ... I reckon that's your problem, not mine. You often have trouble with selected illustrations and titles related to anything to do with peace, tolerance in the Middle East (but none when the term "Muslim" is inserted in an article promoting fear or intolerence ). That's your business.

I see no need to keep jumping when you try to pull irrelevant strings in order to distract. Sorry if that bothers you. As long as you're not promoting misinformation, you can pull strings as much as you like - but I'm not obliged to leap to your tune.

I see that the Shabab Al-Dawah of Michigan (youth outreach) invites people to understand - not fear - Islam. 'This web site is for people of various faiths who seek to understand Islam and Muslims. It contains a lot of brief, yet informative articles about different aspects of Islam.' Not quite the same - except when viewed through lenses of fear.
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