Category Archives: Respectful Strategy

“من غزّة إلى أوتوا إلى الموصل… كلّنا “ن

في خضمّ أحداث العدوان الإسرائيلي على أهلنا في غزّة، ومع أخبار الدمار والقتل والتشريد الذي يمارسه المحتل الإسرائيلي على الشعب الفلسطيني ترد لنا أخبار فيها من العجب ما ينافس ما فيها من الحقد الأعمى والكراهية المتأصّلة.  نقرأ أخبار ما يسمّى … Continue reading

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Nelson Mandela

Today, the world is a lessor place.  Nelson Mandela, the moral compass of our time, has passed on to his life in eternity. Monzer Zimmo Ottawa, Canada 2013/12/05 Hope is the stuff from which life is made!

Posted in Apartheid State, Bi-national-Democratic State, Respectful Strategy | 1 Comment

The Real Bomb – An Israeli Perspective on Hassan Rouhani

The following article “The Real Bomb” was published today by Uri Avnery, a leading Israeli writer who believes that the solution to the Palestinian-Israeli conflict lies in the establishment of two states; one for Israelis and the other for Palestinians. … Continue reading

Posted in Bi-national-Democratic State, Israeli Self-Destruction, Jews for Justice and Peace, Palestinian State, Respectful Strategy, Two-state solution | Leave a comment

Jewish Fear and Palestinian Right of Return

Jewish Fear and Palestinian Right of Return – Confronting the greatest obstacles in resolving the Palestinian-Israeli conflict   While it is the norm for a Palestinian to address the issue of “The Palestinian Right of Return”, it is not a … Continue reading

Posted in An-Nakba, Bi-national-Democratic State, Canada, Exclusive State, Non-violent Resistance, Palestinian State, Respectful Strategy, Right of return, Two-state solution | 2 Comments

Did Jewish Slaves Build the Pyramids?

The following is transcript of a podcast on Skeptoid that is hosted by Brian Dunning. In it, Mr. Dunning expels the myth that the Great Pyramids of Giza in Egypt were built by Jewish slaves. In ancient Egypt, there has … Continue reading

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John McDonald and John Sigler with Ernie Tannis on Alternative Dispute Resolution

Focusing on process for some time can help facilitate better understanding of issues that make conflicts difficult to resolve, which in turn helps finding possible resolutions to such conflicts a little easier.  If you have 50 minutes to listen to two great … Continue reading

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What Can Mahmoud Abbas do?

September 26th, 2010 has come and gone; apparently, it was just another day!  The so-called Israeli settlement freeze in the West Bank expired and was not extended.  Israeli bulldozers, construction equipment, and building materials have been moved into the West Bank … Continue reading

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