Category Archives: Middle East

Our first converstaion on 2stars4peace in Ammann

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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Impressions from Israel

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

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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Still Small Voices

TweetI think this project perfectly adds to our ideas … It aims to – increase cultural tolerance and understanding of Palestinian and American audiences by honoring and sharing human stories and – empower artists from Palestinian and American origin to … Continue reading

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Interview with Martine Rothblatt – “Two Stars for Peace” just another US approach?

TweetUlrike interviewed Martine lately about the “Two Stars for Peace” idea. It covers some of the most obvious questions: Is it just another US approach? Why should Israel or Palestinian people be interested in supporting that approach? How would 2 … Continue reading

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