Benghazi Was Not the Beginning of the End

Benghazi Was Not the Beginning of the End

Nobel Peace Prize winner and Chairman of TheCommunity.com’s Advisory Board José Ramos-Horta puts some perspective on events in the Middle East. I share the civilized world’s revulsion at the destruction being wreaked by anti-US demonstrators in the Middle...

Nobel Women’s Delegation Touring The West Bank

From September 28 to October 5, Nobel Peace Laureate Jody Williams (USA) is leading a delegation of women to visit Palestinian Territories and Israel to bear witness to the struggles of women working on the ground in the region towards building a sustainable peace....

1994 – Shimon Peres, architect of the Oslo Accords

Born in Poland in 1923, Shimon Peres immigrated wtih his family to Palestine in 1934. He became an activist while living on a kibbutz as a youth. At age twenty-four, when Israel’s first prime minister, David Ben-Gurion, appointed him head of the new...
ElBaradei: Is the Arab world ready for reform?

ElBaradei: Is the Arab world ready for reform?

Dr. Mohamed EdBaradei served as Director General of the UN’s International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) from December 1997 to November 2009. In 2005 he won the Nobel Peace Prize for his work. In 2009 he returned to Egypt where he is working for democratic reform....

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