Category Archives: Conversations

Our first converstaion on 2stars4peace in Ammann
Posted on 2011/05/08 by Ulrike Reinhard
TweetThe day we arrived in Ammann we’ve met with Betsy Fisher and some of her friends from England and Akrum from Jordan … In a nice little cafe we chatted about 2 stars4peace and why it could/could not work … … Continue reading →

 

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Israeli Students on 2stars4peace …
Posted on 2011/05/08 by Ulrike Reinhard
TweetWith a friend we went to Jerusalem University and talked to a few young students about the 2stars4peace idea … Very interesting arguments and thoughts!

 

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One way to “life” with the conflict …
Posted on 2011/04/26 by Ulrike Reinhard
TweetFunny and inspiring speech by the Palestinian author of “Sharon and My Mother in Law” – Souad Amiri

 

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Impressions from Israel
Posted on 2011/03/16 by Dirk Spannaus
TweetThree and a half days in Israel can only give you a glimpse of the Israel’s point of view (as if there would be only one). What I understood form our several meetings and interviews: Of course all of the … Continue reading →

 

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Meeting students at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev in Be’er Sheva
Posted on 2011/03/14 by Dirk Spannaus
TweetSunday, 6th of March 2011 – Be’er Sheva, Israel On our trip through Israel the first stop was Ben-Gurion University (BGU) of Negev in Be’er Sheva. That’s where Martine Rothblatt, author of the book, presented the 2stars4peace idea in May … Continue reading →

 

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Ohood Enaia – A Palestinian Woman – on 2stars4peace
Posted on 2011/03/13 by Ulrike Reinhard
TweetOhood is living and working in the West Bank, Palestine. Last November, when I’ve met her in Berlin, we spoke for the first time about 2stars4peace … since then her opinion has changed … from a clear and straight forward … Continue reading →

 

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Stranger in Jerusalem on 2stars4peace
Posted on 2011/03/13 by Ulrike Reinhard
TweetOn our way back to the car we spoke to this gentleman. We were surprised he agreed to do the short interview.

 

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Young Israeli Woman at Wailing Wall on 2stars4peace
Posted on 2011/03/13 by Ulrike Reinhard
TweetWe spoke to this young Israeli woman right before she went to the Wailing Wall for praying. I was really surprised you talked to us …

 

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Rabbi Yitzchak Goldstein on 2stars4peace
Posted on 2011/03/10 by Ulrike Reinhard
TweetRabbi Yitzchak Goldstein is Co-Director of the “Toras Yisrael One Year in Israel” program. He studied ten years in Slabodka Yeshiva and the Mir Yeshiva in New York. He received smicha from the Chief Rabbi of Israel and has also … Continue reading →

 

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Mana Assahui on 2stars4peace
Posted on 2011/03/09 by Ulrike Reinhard
TweetMana Assahui is living and working in Amman, Jordan. Her roots are Palestinian … For her the 2stars4peace idea is impossible … Even though there might be economical reasons for this solutions, Mana can’t imaging to see it happen … … Continue reading →

 

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