SYRIA: Congratulations, Samer Laham!

Tomorrow, Greek Orthodox Christians celebrate Easter. I follow this because my trip to Damascus in 2008 was at the invitation of the Greek Orthodox Patriarchate of Antioch and does blue cross cover cialis All the East, specifically a dynamo of a man viagra effectiveness over time named Samer Laham. Samer was just named Humanitarian of […] Read more »

ISRAEL & PALESTINE: Signs of the (Wrong) Time

A college student is touched by a canada pharmacy online cialis vandalized park sign that had described the 1967 expulsion of Palestinians from their homes. photo by Kelly Hayes-Raitt[/caption]I joined the Jewish college students on a tour through 3 Palestinian villages the Israeli Army invaded and destroyed in 1967. More than 7,000 Palestinians fled Amuas, […] Read more »

ISRAEL & PALESTINE: Smuggling Democracy

I smuggled in Jimmy Carter’s book. I wasn’t sure what scrutiny I might be under coming into Israel, and I didn’t want to chance being denied entry, so I hid the book, hoping it would elude any searches. When I mentioned this to a Jew, Is now mostly. Is turquoise get tame tried for […] Read more »


In nature, there are four universally recognized physical forces of interaction: gravity, electromagnetism, strong nuclear interaction and weak nuclear interaction. So, which of these forces best describes Neve Shalom~Wahat al-Salam, the award-winning village of 25 Jewish and 25 Palestinian families who have forged a bicultural community in this violently divided nation? Meaning “Oasis of Peace” […] Read more »