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EMEM - Encounter Musadafa Encuentro Mifgash

Encounter for Peace Logo by Avi Katz, http://www.avikatz.net/

The forum for activists of Israel/Palestine peace.

Encounter-EMEM is an international email list
and Website for networking about nonviolent
Israel-Palestine PEACE ACTIVITIES (not
theoretical discussions). Subscribers to
EMEM are in various countries around the

The idea for this group was born on September
3, 1999, at the Encounter for Middle East
Peace Activists Conference in Jerusalem-Al

You are warmly invited to join us and we hope
you'll take full advantage of it to connect
with others in the service of Israel/Palestine

If you have a separate email distribution
list for action alerts related to
Israel-Palestine peace actions, please add
Encounter-EMEM@yahoogroups.com to it.

EMEM subscribers are encouraged to advise
media professionals of cooperative
(Moslem/Christian/Jewish/Humanist) peace
activities and urge them to write about the
activities, so people around the world will
know that there are efforts by Palestinians
and Israelis, by Moslems, Christians and Jews,
to bring about a just and equitable peace in
Palestine and Israel.

By informing the media and encouraging them
to publicize these activities, the public
will learn what the enemies of peace try to
hide; other peace minded people will be
encouraged by the knowledge that the left is
alive and active. People around the world
must learn that these activities occur - that
good relations are possible.

Let this forum serve the interests of
reconciliation and common purpose.

Yashar koach and Arjou lakum al najah feel amal.

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