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Israeli extends helping hand to sick Palestinians

After his brother was murdered by Hamas, Yuval Roth turned his loss into a way to promote peace. He and his organization, On the Road to Recovery, transport sick Palestinians into Israel so they can receive quality medical care.
"I lost my brother, but I didn't lose my head. This activity gives me an essence for life. I have learned the price of the conflict is a lot more than the price of making peace. We are all human beings."
- Yuval Roth

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Israeli extends helping hand to sick Palestinians this article opens in a new window

Story contains video Source: CNN, Sun February 06, 2011
After his brother was murdered by Hamas, Yuval Roth turned his loss into a way to promote peace. He and his organization, On the Road to Recovery, transport sick Palestinians into Israel so they can receive quality medical care.

Israel and Palestine Declare War… Against Climate Change

Source: Green Prophet, Thu October 28, 2010
Israel and the Palestinian Authority are among 15 Mediterranean nations who have just signed a historic agreement to work together to combat the effects of climate change, one month ahead of the next United Nations conference on climate change, meeting at Cancun in November.

Planned City “Rawabi” Draws on Palestinian Enterprise and Israeli Experience

Source: Green Prophet, Sun December 06, 2009
For many Palestinians, the norm is tight-quartered living with barely a garden in sight, no defined sidewalks and a poor water system. But this is about to change with an ambitious plan for a new way of living.

Obama to send U.S. ambassador back to Syria

Source: CNN, Thu June 25, 2009
President Obama has decided to send a U.S. ambassador back to Syria, a dramatic sign of reconciliation between the two countries, the State Department announced Wednesday.

Owls replace pesticides in Israel

Source: BBC News, Wed May 27, 2009
Owls and kestrels are being employed as agricultural pest controllers in the Middle East.

Palestinian village welcomes Israeli shoppers

Source: Reuters, Mon April 27, 2009
Linoy, a five-year-old Israeli girl, happily nibbled some chocolate as she accompanied her parents on a shopping spree on a busy street with storefront signs written in Hebrew.

Vatican, Arab League to work to promote peace

Source: KSL, Sun April 26, 2009
The Holy See and the Arab League have agreed to work together to promote peace and justice in the world, the Vatican said Friday, after a meeting between Pope Benedict XVI and the league's secretary-general.

Peace is possible in Middle East, professor says

Source: San Bernardino Sun, Wed February 25, 2009
Claremont, California, USA - Sari Nusseibeh kept his discussion short but to the point Monday night.

Israel and Palestinians to boost postal services with help from UN agency this article opens in a new window

Source: United Nations, Thu August 07, 2008
Israeli and Palestinian postal authorities have agreed to start direct mail exchanges between the Palestinian Authority and the 191 member countries of the United Nations Universal Postal Union (UPU), with mail transiting through Jordan.

Skies to be swept for alien life

Source: BBC News, Sat October 13, 2007
Hat Creek, California - The switch has been thrown on a telescope specifically designed to seek out alien life.

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