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Combatants for Peace come to Bridgeport | GreenwichTime

The eight local youths listened intently as Palestinian Khdair Najjar told them how at their age he would create and throw homemade bombs at the Israeli Army. The action was in revenge for being jailed, tortured and imprisoned, he said. “We used to throw stones at the army, and the army used to shoot at us rubber (covered) bullets and ...

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IWagePeace 3walk kicks off Sunday from New Haven Green | New Haven Register

The fourth annual interfaith IWagePeace Walk, with more than 400 marchers from 35 sponsoring religious communities and organizations, will be held from 2-4 p.m. Sunday. The walk begins at the Green and goes past houses of worship of different faiths for brief remarks and shared reflection, organizers said in a written release. Four members of Combatants for Peace, two Israelis ...

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4th Annual IWagePeace Walk 2 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 6, New Haven

Arrive 1:30 on the Lower Green in Downtown New Haven (corner of Temple and Elm) Walk begins 2 p.m. sharp. Join us for a publicly visible one and one half hour walk from the New Haven Green to Masjid Al Islam on George Street with members of The Combatants For Peace and the 35 Faith Communities that have placed their names ...

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LETTER: U.S. needs to stand up for lasting peace | The New Haven Register

By Syed S. Ahmed, West Haven Jamillah Rasheed was right when she said peace is impossible without justice in her Register Forum article. The organizations, Combatants for Peace and I Wage Peace hold the same opinion, although their emphasis on peace is greater. Its members condemn violence, forced settlements, assassinating leaders, imprisoning Palestinians or denying basic human rights by Israel’s ...

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I Wage Peace Walk Monday, July 16, 6 p.m., New Haven Green

A dispatch from Bruce Barrett of IWagePeace.org: Every time I meet Nour and Erez of Combatants For Peace I learn something new.  (I am going to expose some of my ignorance here, become vulnerable to attack, and I hope, not offend anyone) Until I met Erez, I never really understood how being a Jew was a cultural identity and/or a religious ...

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Second Annual IWagePeace Walk Oct. 2, 2011, West Haven

This Year October 2, 2011 is the 2nd Annual IWagePeace Walk Last Year, on Sunday Oct. 24, 2010, at 3 p.m. nearly 300 people gathered for the first IWagePeace Walk at Grove Park, at Savin Rock on West Haven’s beautiful Shoreline. The walk was attended and sponsored by the 23 area Churches, Mosques, Synagogues and religious organizations listed on the ...

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