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Middle East
Despair and fear are the enemies of peace, write Saliba Sarsar (left),a Palestinian American, and Yehezkel Landau, an Israeli American.
Mary Hatton describes a unique series of exchanges between Britain and the Arab world.
At the end of last year I heard someone, who is strongly opposed to the war in Iraq, say that he would more readily trust someone like George Bush, who thinks he is accomplishing God's will, than someone with no religion at all.
As Turkey, straddling Europe and Asia, seeks to join the European Union, Cigdem Leblebici reflects on the momentum for change in her country.
‘The Lebanese people have been making peace with themselves,’ Muhieddine Chehab, Mayor of the business district of Beirut, told The Washington Post.
She had come to the BBFP programme to condemn the Israelis for killing her father.
Frédéric Chavanne reports on a meeting of people from one of Africa’s most turbulent regions.
Extremism is a betrayal of Islam’s essence,states Abduljalil Sajid.
To Mubarek Awad, the inside of an Israeli jail cell was nothing new. He’d been in many.
During the summer conferences in Caux prominent figures delivered a weekly series of public lectures. Some are mentioned elsewhere in this issue but here we report four of them.

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