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A letter from a bereaved mother to Israeli Prime Minister Bennett

by Robi Damelin Bereaved Israeli mother Parents Circle – Families Forum Photo of Naftali Bennett – Yonatan Sindel/ Flash90 To Prime Minister Bennett:    How pleased we were to see you finally meeting with the most important leader of the free world, President Biden. This was your chance for a new opportunity to create a bi-partisan relationship and repair … Continue reading A letter from a bereaved mother to Israeli Prime Minister Bennett

Youth Peace Camp

August 2021 How will you help the next generation of peace? The Parents Circle’s Youth Peace Camp brings together Israeli and Palestinian teens for five days of shared experiences, in order to help dispel stereotypes and to create the next generation of peace leaders. Each summer, the Parents Circle holds a summer program for peace … Continue reading Youth Peace Camp

Emergency Fund for the Peace Square

Bereaved Israelis and Palestinians will host the Israeli and Palestinian public to the virtual Peace Square every night to hear voices of peace, humanization and empathy.   The voices of bereaved Israelis and Palestinians speak louder than rockets, bombs and sirens.   The Peace Square will include guest speakers, bereaved members sharing their stories, music, deep dialogue and more.  At … Continue reading Emergency Fund for the Peace Square

Candlelight Vigil with Bereaved Israelis and Palestinians

Candlelight Vigil with Bereaved Israelis and Palestinians Bereaved Israelis and Palestiniansinvite you to join us for an online candlelight vigil: The Parents Circle – Families Forum welcomes the ceasefire enacted May 21st. We continue holding vigil to help heal damage to hearts and minds and find our way back to the path to peace. We, bereaved Israeli … Continue reading Candlelight Vigil with Bereaved Israelis and Palestinians

WEBINAR — Visit the Palestinian Village of Lifta

Recording AvailableVisit the Palestinian Village of Lifta May 11, 2021 https://youtu.be/S_69HFTHUbk A virtual tour of the destroyed Palestinian village, Lifta, occupied in 1948 and completely depopulated. Our personal tour guide, Umar al-Ghubari, showed us why Lifta is a symbol of the “Nakba,” — the catastrophe for Palestinians still living out the impact of 1948 until … Continue reading WEBINAR — Visit the Palestinian Village of Lifta