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Middle East Peace Programs

The Middle East Peace Initiative has been promoting peace since 2003 through dialogue, people-to-people diplomacy, fact-finding trips, interfaith pilgrimages and conferences. It brings religious leaders, parliamentarians, academicians, women leaders, youth and civil society representatives together in Israel, Palestinian Territories and Jordan. Forums explore Track II approaches to the crisis in Syria. Read UPF's Statement about Middle East Peace

UPF's Jerusalem Office for Interfaith and Cooperation among Religions and Office for Peace and Security Affairs convene forums of academics, political and religious leaders, and peace advocates. UPF-Israel organizes culture of peace tours and leadership seminars for international youth. For information email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

 

The impact of the Middle East Peace Initiative is increasingly visible.

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The Universal Peace Federation briefed representatives from 22 missions about its work in the Middle East and around the world.

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"I wish I could tell you that the problem of the Middle East has been solved," said Mr. Taj Hamad as he introduced a panel on "Toward a New Roadmap for Peace in the Middle East" during an International Leadership Conference in Washington DC May 17, 2007.

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“We can break this endless cycle of revenge, retaliation and punishment; the only way to do it is to listen to the pain of the other,” said Rami Elhanan, an Israeli Jew whose fourteen-year-old daughter was killed in a suicide attack in Jerusalem.

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Several journalists at a recent media symposium in Jerusalem expressed agreement that the media should actively work to influence events by seeking to calm attitudes among conflicting parties in Middle East conflicts.

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“We can break this endless cycle of revenge, retaliation and punishment; the only way to do it is to listen to the pain of the other,” said Rami Elhanan, an Israeli Jew whose daughter was killed in a suicide attack, addressing a Middle East Peace Initiative gathering April 16, 2007.

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Since early 2003, more than 12,000 Ambassadors for Peace from the Universal Peace Federation (UPF) have journeyed to the Middle East seeking to make a difference, an innovative contribution to peace.

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The son of a Dutch father who wouldn’t buy German-made products after World War II became foreign minister of The Netherlands now proposes the growing European unity as a model of how people in the Middle East might live together.

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A delegation of twenty-two Ambassadors for Peace visited Lebanon after the summer 2006 war to bring a message of peace. In groups of two or three, they conducted several events together, building bonds among local and international Ambassadors for Peace.

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As part of UPF's fourth Peace Tour, Lebanon received a special delegation of 22 Ambassadors for Peace who flew directly there from the United States to spend three days delivering Peace Messages around the country.

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The 19th Middle East Peace Initiative featured several opportunities for first-hand learning about the current situation in Israel. In Jerusalem on October 22, 2006, Ambassadors for Peace from the United States engaged in discussions with representatives of various aspects of Israeli society.

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The October 2006 Middle East Peace Initiative trip featured several opportunities for first-hand learning about the current situation in Israel. In Jerusalem, Ambassadors for Peace from the United States engaged in discussions with representatives of various aspects of Israeli society.

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