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    IFLAC is a voluntary Association that strives for peace by building bridges of understanding and peace through culture, literature and communication. IFLAC is founded and directed by Egyptian-born Israeli writer Ada Aharoni (Ph.D), since 1999.


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    IFLAC Discussion Forum hits the 10,000 milestone

    Text: Solveig Hansen

    IFLAC Yahoo Group, a Peace Culture discussion forum, has crossed the 10,000 message milestone! The Group Administrator says, “Our members and messages have been consistent in their support for the message of peace and coexistence, just like the city of Haifa is a model for coexistence between Arabs and Jews.” IFLAC was established in Haifa in 1999.

    The group has 200+ members, and we welcome more. To subscribe to the group and participate in the discussions and receive the daily digest, please send an email to: IFLAC-subscribe@yahoogroups.com

     
    With the ongoing conflict between Israel and Gaza, Jeremy Seligson shared this beautiful poem with the group:

     
    DEAR NEIGHBOR,

    After 1,000’s
    Of years
    Killing,
    Showing
    Children hate,
    For the Sake
    Of Love
    And Peace
    Which are
    The Ground
    Of our Religions
    Our One G-d
    I will Promise
    To teach my
    Newborn to
    Love your
    People as
    If my own
    Then you could
    Promise to
    Teach your
    Newborn to
    Love my
    People as
    If your own
    So they might
    Play together
    For the sake
    Of Joy
    And Humanity
    And not
    For those
    Who choose
    G-d’s words
    For their own
    Glory

    – F. J. Seligson July 19, 2014

     
    Reminder:
    Sign this important petition:
    Bring an end to the violence between Israel and Gaza
     



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