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ARAB LEAGUE TO JOIN ANNAPOLIS

On 11/23/2007 the Arab League foreign ministers convened in Cairo, led by Egypt and the most powerful Arab country, Saudi Arabia, decided to join the Annapolis “peace conference” scheduled next week, the 11/27/2007 at ministers level. Continue reading

TO ANNAPOLIS

On the 10/07/2007 noon, for the first time in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Netivot was targeted by a long-range “Katiusha” rocket launched from a heavy populated area in the center of Gaza Strip. Continue reading

– TALIBAN REJECTED PEACE TALKS

Afghan President Hamid Karzai understands that it is not realistic to hope that there is a way to uproot the Taliban from the Afghan society and eventually, the Taliban will be a part of the Political system of Afghanistan. Continue reading

– NAHR AL-BARED TRUCE

The Palestinian refugee camp Nahr al-Bared in North Lebanon, close to the city of Tripoli, has about 40,000 inhabitants, similar to Jenin refugee camp in the West Bank. Continue reading

– AFGHANISTAN’S PEACE JIRGA

The “Loya Jirga” (Jirga means Council) can be translated as the Assembly of the Respected, the elders, notable clerics and Sheiks of tribes, was the traditional semi Democratic way in Afghanistan to settle down all kind of conflicts. Continue reading