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Question: Relations formed in the darkest times, will they provide a basis for reconciliation? CPNN article: The dialogue of bombs & the underreported nonviolent resistance
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Posted: Mar. 15 2004,06:21

This topic refers to the report: The dialogue of bombs & the underreported nonviolent resistance.
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Posted: Dec. 04 2004,14:11

The tragic crisis in the Middle East continues to exact heavy human tolls. Something needs to be done in attempt to promote a peaceful resolution for this terrible situation.

In the past 4 years, over 1000 Israelis have been killed by suicide bombings. Two thirds of the Israelis killed have been civilians. Over 3,000 Palestinian lives have been lost at the hands of the Israeli Military. These killings are senseless because they do not address the human costs for the future generation of Israelis and Palestinians who must live together for the next millennium, unless total catastrophe befalls either of the warring parties.
Moreover, the casualty figures do not tell the whole truth about the scene of this human tragedy, as they do not include the terrible cost to the communities. For the Palestinians, about a fifth killed are under the age of 18, and that out of the 2.2 million Palestinian inhabitants of the West Bank 50 percent live below the poverty line. In the Gaza the situation is even worse with 68 percent of the 1.3 million people living below the poverty line.
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