Common law marriage (ôrfi) seems to be gaining followers in young Salafist milieus.
Common law marriage, or “Orfi” marriage, is a new phenomenon in Tunisian society. Although it is difficult to compile a register of such cases, the phenomenon can be perceived more and more in the areas surrounding the capital and in other large cities. – Read the rest
Friday December 21, we were invite to meet at the Jaffa Gate to participated in “Harmony in the Holy Land “an event that was inspired by a global movement -synchronizing thousands of people in prayer, meditation and music events worldwide.
With a change of venue due to torrential rains in Jerusalem we crowded into a seminar room at the Tower of David. – Read the rest
In January we had a joy to welcome for workshops a group if young girls with their leaders which is called “Creativity for Peace“.
“Creativity for Peace” is committed to a time of peace when people and nations coexist by understanding and respecting each other. – Read the rest
A Project for Palestinian and Israeli women
Over the years I have been involved in working for Peace. Here are a few glimpses.
During the morning of September 11, 2001 I participated in the Board Meeting of the Israel Interfaith Association. That same day in the early afternoon I participated in a new Executive Board that met for the first time to found the Interfaith Encounter Association (IEA) to work from the grassroots towards achieving a better understanding between Israelis and Palestinians. – Read the rest