“ I always feel happy when I attend a Shalom Salaam meeting, and confident that in our own small grassroots way we are changing the world. ”
— Karen Shenfeld on Nov 21, 2013.
“ Wonderful - I will attend again. People attending found lots of things in common. We looked for the good and although it was a dinner meeting - we all shared of ourselves to get to know others. ”
— Tamara on Oct 9, 2013.
“ Thank yous to organizers... ”
— Aysh M. on May 25, 2013.
“ We need to meet more likeminded people who feel the need of Unity of Mankind. More events to come are need more often. ”
— Fatlind Melani on Apr 15, 2013.
“ Great!!! ”
— Roel. on Jan 15, 2013.
“ friendly group of people ”
— SADIQ H on Aug 11, 2012.
“ Awesome ”
— Kashif Chaudry on Jul 9, 2012.
“ This group has a to do a great effort to spread the peace in middle east and we must move forward now into the Normalization. ”
— Mohamed Yehia on Feb 2, 2011.
“ Shalom-Salaam ”
— Peter Tarshis on Dec 3, 2010.
“ Because peace can start at home, and grow from there. There are so many similarities we share with each other, we should focus on those and try to look beyond the difference. By joining this group, you will meet other people who share similar views, to build on friendships and relate to the more humanly qualities we have in common. I know there are many more people who share a similar view of wanting peace and wanting to see the world a better place to live in. Life is indeed short and there is far more good we can do with love in our hearts than with hatred. I hope we can inspire and motivate and turn this movement into something the world can learn from. Anything is possible, we only need to believe. ”
— Urz on Dec 3, 2010.
“ When we have created a foundation of understanding and tolerance so that we can each be called an "Ambassador of Hope", then we should be inviting other to join. ”
— Sadro Usman on May 28, 2010.
“ This is a wonderful group of people who share a sincere desire to bring peace to the region. ”
— Steve Holt on May 27, 2010.
“ Leaves you feeling like you're doing something worthwhile besides just talking about it ”
— Steve Vincent on Mar 19, 2010.
“ It is a great way to overcome prejudice or misconception... and the dialogue going on is an important one... whether it is ever heard beyond the doors or not. There is a power in unity of action through a diversity of contributions. There is a power in the courage it takes to step toward the perceived 'other' and express oneself among politically divergent people. This power and the successes that are achieved in that room - the speaking, the listening, the learning, the empathy - raise the level of conversation in the world and the consciousness of all, aware or not of its existence. I am honoured to have been a part of this and I plan on continuing in this group to fulfill my own personal goal of knocking down walls and helping us all realize our essence-tial unity. ”
— Mardi on Jul 12, 2009.
“ If people are interested in conceptualizing a new framework for peace and non-violence within the middle east, and trying to understand the various groups humanistically, socially, and intellectually, then this is the group you would like to join. ”
— Khadija on Jun 11, 2009.
“ This group is hope for those who are seeking answers, understanding and social action. ”
— Zainab on Mar 12, 2009.
“ Because is a good cause, fun, growth, peace, build a future, learning... see how we are all living a human experience and don't look at the negatives and differences but about things in common. ”
— Arie on Feb 12, 2009.