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Interfaith Freedom Marches in July

INTERFAITH FREEDOM MARCHES

You are welcome to participate in two Interfaith Freedom Marches on:

Sunday, July 4th, 2010, we’ll meet at 3 pm at Manara Square, Ramallah, West Bank.

Monday, July 5th, we’ll meet at 5 pm in front of Abraham Mosque, Hebron, West Bank.

Wednesday, July 7th, 2010, we’ll meet at 3 pm on Hesham Palace Street,

Downtown, Jericho, West Bank.

Saturday, July 10th, 2010, at 3 pm, at the Main Square, Abu Baker Street, Jenin,West Bank &

Monday, July 12th, 2010, at 2 pm, at the bottom of the steps of Damascus Gate, Old City, Jerusalem.

My friends, it’s no longer possible to say, “Ah, that’s the other side of the World, what does this place have to do with me, my family, my world….”.

The people in the Holy Land, Muslims, Jews and Christians alike, are enshrouded by deep suffering, terrible restrictions on freedoms, limitation of circulation, restricted access, unfair confiscation of land, etc. Whenever that happens in the World, we all suffer because I truly believe, my friends, we are all connected.

When they are free (of suffering, etc.), only then can we be free!

It’s time we all do something about it, in an effective, non-violent way.

Let this march be a precursor to freedom through love and understanding by bringing all people together, as brothers and sisters and as children of the creator, showing the world that all people want peace in Israel and Palestine.

Dr. Frank Romano

New Interfaith Freedom March

INTERFAITH FREEDOM MARCH

You are welcome to participate in The Interfaith Freedom March on Saturday, June 5th, 2010. The group will set out at 3 pm ———- at the Main Square, Abu Baker Street, Jenin,West Bank.

My friends, it’s no longer possible to say, “Ah, that’s the other side of the World, what does this place have to do with me, my family, my world….”.

The people in the Holy Land, Muslims, Jews and Christians alike, are enshrouded by deep suffering, terrible restrictions on freedoms, limitation of circulation, restricted access, unfair confiscation of land, etc. Whenever that happens in the World, we all suffer because I truly believe, my friends, we are all connected.

When they are free (of suffering, etc.), only then can we be free!

It’s time we all do something about it, in an effective, non-violent way.

Let this march be a precursor to freedom through love and understanding by bringing all people together, as brothers and sisters and as children of the creator, showing the world that all people want peace in Israel and Palestine.

Dr. Frank Romano

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