PITME

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PITMEPeace In the Middle East
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President Erdogan, in his call to President Mamnoon, pointed out that there would be no lasting peace in the Middle East unless an independent and sovereign Palestinian state, with Eastern Jerusalem as capital under the borders of 1967, is formed, local media said.
Organized by the United Nations Department of Public Information, the 2004 International Media Seminar on Peace in the Middle East had the objective of providing a forum for Israeli, Palestinian, and international media representatives to examine civil society initiatives for the Middle East peace process.
To help students understand the background behind the 1979 Egypt-Israel peace treaty and why that historic agreement remains one of the few lasting accomplishments on the road toward peace in the Middle East.
National Student and Youth Campaign for Peace in the Middle East c/o USSA, 1012 14th St.
Fayyad and his cabinet also argued that it was important to liaise between the Palestinian popular resistance and the political process for peace in the Middle East.
The premier said as he met with a delegation from the American-Jewish Congress, that Jordan would be open and supportive to all efforts designed to achieve a comprehensive peace in the Middle East that guarantees establishing an independent Palestinian with East Jerusalem as its capital.
president and members of Congress, the religious leaders called on the administration to make peace in the Middle East a high priority, warning that "if the Road Map (to Peace) is allowed to fail, Israelis and Palestinians will sink even deeper into cycles of violence, jeopardizing the prospect of a two-state solution, undermining the global campaign against terrorism, and threatening vital U.
How can anyone expect peace in the Middle East when Israel continues to create new colonies in Palestine, expands its existing colonies in Palestine and declares it will maintain its colonies forever?
Ironically, Israel's military domination--supported by its increasing conservatism--only makes it more difficult to achieve peace in the Middle East.