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Is Peace Possible Today?

images_002I am writing this one day after President Trump cancelled the JCPOA Iran agreement. In spite of the tragedies unfolding today in Syria, Sudan, Yemen and Gaza, I dare to believe and we must all continue to hope and pray and work for an umbrella of peace that will cover all the world and in our time. And even the great power of Iran and its nuclear ambitions must and will be curbed.

Last week CIJR sponsored a talk by Moshe Kedar that put the issues facing Israel today into a much clearer perspective. And as Moshe Kedar mentioned the long goal in Iran is peace which probably cannot be chieved without regime change from within: And as Kedar points out capturing and exposing the nuclear files that were seized by the Mossad is a severe blow to the Iranian regime.  Caroline Glick, member of the Israeli Knesset, details the strategy to humiliate and therby defang this murderous Iranian regime.

Column One: Watching Netanyahu in Tehran

The only way to prevent Iran from becoming a nuclear power without a major war is to overthrow the regime. Netanyahu’s presentation advanced that goal in a profound way.

May 3, 2018 22:37
And for those who wonder whether peace is worth fighting for and whether it is even possible, I offer this gift: A choir of thousands – the dividends of peace which are available to all of us all over the world if we only work for it and cooperate together:

Published on May 6, 2018

On April 20th 2018, we met in the Jezreel Valley for a post-independence celebration. It was one big revolution of joy! Here’s the outcome… The event was produced in cooperation with the Jezreel Valley Municipality.

And here is another one:

A very popular wedding song: singing and dancing appropriate to a wedding by Hasidim! Everyone can enjoy this! A music video by Adar; they have some moves!!!

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