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I want to wish us, that next year "In Judaism's name" we'll make peace and learn to respect and love each other. Yitzhak Frankenthal, Executive Director of The Arik Institute for Reconciliation, Tolerance and Peace, In Memory of Arieh Zvi Frankenthal
Welcoming the year 5774. A year of Reconciliation, Tolerance and Peace
About the Arik institute- its foundation and mission.
Introducing the Arik Institute
Creator (script, art, editing and animation: Zippora Fischer Voice talent: Mark Schmiesing and Ezell Jordan. Sound effects and music: http://www.freesfx.co.uk
The latest Israeli innovation
Interview with Yitzhak Frankenthal on the popular Channel 10 from August 12, 2012. Frankenthal speaks of his work in The Fund for Reconciliation, Tolerance and Peace.
Interview with Yitzhak Frankenthal, August 12, 2012
Dream Peace. Make Peace. Please watch and SHARE.
2 Boys
Peace Mega Project. The Fund for Reconciliation, Tolerance and Peace.
About the Project
President Obama speaks about Yitzhak Frankenthal who represents for him the true hope for peace.
Obama about Yitzhak
An interview with Palestinian President Yasser Arafat by Yitzhak Frankenthal two months before his passing. President Arafat explains the his idea for peace.
Peace in the Eyes of President Yasser Arafat
News item filmed by Xinhua (Chinese Press Agency), aired on 11/08/13
Unforgiving grief in absence of peace
Interviews and Televised appearances of Yitzhak Frankenthal in the Israeli media.
Yitzhak Frankenthal's Appearances in Israeli Media
Within the Eye of the Storm tells the amazing story of Bassam Aramin and Rami Elhanan – a Palestinian and an Israeli who, against all odds, go from being enemies to brothers.
Within the Eye of the Storm - Trailer
MusicVideo for the single 'Peace, Love & Refugees' by G-Town Directed by Muhammad Mughrabi.
G-Town - Peace, Love & Refugees
The perversion to murder in the name of Judaism. Youth incitement by an Israeli lawyer. Is this Judaism?
Israeli Messianic Violence
Norms of the occupation. Does the Israeli public know what is being done in its name?
Jewish Terror
The War on Iran.
A look at the making of "2 Boys" for the Fund for Reconciliation, Tolerance and Peace, established courtesy of generous donations from singer-songwriter Leonard Cohen. Interview includes excerpts from Creative Director Eitan Chitayat, Lobo of Brazil, The Ebling Group, Birdo Studios, Firefly Productions, Wicked Music and Sweet Sound. (Dream Peace. Make Peace. Between Israelis and Palestinians today -- not tomorrow. Please watch and share.
2 Boys Animation- Behind the Scenes
Open your eyes, people are different.
5 Fingers
The strongest army in the Middle East.
The Army
A humorous short film about the absurdity of war, set on the intersection of the streets Estado de Israel & Palestina in Buenos Aires. SHORT FILM ABOUT THE ABSURDITY OF WAR depicting two neighbors of the city of buenos aires, who live near the intersection of the streets State of Israel and Palestine, and who walk past each other everyday. this comical short film exposes the stupidity of both sides who, rightly or wrongly, choose war over humanity to attack one another.
State of Israel and Palestine
An interview with Palestinian President Yasser Arafat by Yitzhak Frankenthal two months before his passing. President Arafat explains the importance of returning to negotiations with Israel.
Back to Negotiations- Interview with Yasser Arafat
Yasser Arafat speaks about educating the Palestinian youth for Peace.
Educating the Youth for Peace- Interview with Yasser Arafat
Song: My Beloved Homeland Performance by Palestinian Children's Choir "Big Dream Initiative".
My Beloved Homeland
Song: Long Live Palestine Performance by Palestinian Children's Choir "Big Dream Initiative". Lyrics and Music: Rami Hinnawi and Alaa' AlShaham.
Long Live Palestine
Israeli activists accompanying Palestinian farmers attacked by masked Havat Maon settlers (South Hebron hills), using stones and slingshots. 02:15: masked settlers tell the IDF to "kick them [the activists] out" 02:40 threatening the activists "Just you wait, just you wait" 02:50 :Activists telling soldier they are being threatened 02:55 IDF soldier to activists :"I think you are looking for [trouble]" 03:13: The soldier is told that he chooses the side of the aggressors, and finds it uncomfortable. Asks the Israeli activist to repeat his claim 03:29 Settler to soldier: Which side are you on ? Israeli Defense Forces or Ishmaeli Defense forces? 03:58 Soldiers let the attackers get away. Dr Amiel V. (Hebrew University) follows them in protest, and only then do the soldiers follow...him. 04:48 Violent settlers apparently detained (not for long) by the police 05:05 IDF officer orders activist to clear out, for no justifiable reason 05:40 - 05:48: Soldier losing it, screams at activists to move 06:12 Another soldier tells the activists: "you're looking for it " (i.e trouble
Terrorist of Havat Maon, finally caught 22.9.2012
My name is Itamar Rose and I am an Israeli filmmaker. This video is about the impact of military museums on children. This kind of museums are possible to find all around the world and it is not unique to Israel or the Middle East. This video was filmed in Israel, but it could be filmed in any other place in the world that is in a war situation. And of course, this situation inevitably affects children, their fears, and their opinions. Needless to say that in the Palestinians society the agitation and hate in the education system is very aggressive including weapons camps from the age of 5
Israeli kids in the army museum - Itamar Rose
Witness how Palestinian and Israeli farmers live peacefully and hope for a better future where both their nations will finally see each other as human beings.
Heaven's Field Organic Farm - Israeli/Palestinian Cooperative
Common threats can make unusual alliances, even among enemies.
It tells the story of the wars in the land called Israel/Palestine/Canaan/the Levant, since the cavemen until today, all so musical and poetic. Reference and original, including an explanation about each character in this video: http://blog.ninapaley.com/2012/10/01/this-land-is-mine/ "This Land is Mine" is a video from Nina Paley, originally posted on Vimeo. In the end of this video appear the text "Copying is an Act of Love, please copy and share. copyheart.org". So, here it is. LYRIC: The Exodus Song, "This Land is Mine" (Lyrics by Pat Boone. Sung by Andy Williams) This land is mine God gave this land to me This brave and ancient land to me And when the morning sun Reveals her hills and plains Then I see a land Where children can run free. So take my hand And walk this land with me And walk this lovely land with me Tho' I am just a man When you are by my side With the help of God I know I can be strong. Tho' I am just a man When you are by my side With the help of God I know I can be strong. To make this land our home If I must fight I'll fight to make this land our own. Until I die this land is mine!
This Land is Mine
Parts from an interfaith ceremony for the Day of Jersalem. With Rabbi Fruman and various artists.
Jerushalom - English
A through explanation of psychological barriers by Eran Halperin - a social psychologist.
Intro to Psychological Barriers
The movie depicts a lawyer preaching to youth about fighting against non-Jews
Israeli Messianic Violence
A collection of Interviews with Yitzhak Frankenthal in Israeli Television. Yitzhak is a bereaved father who lost his son to a kidnap of Palestinian resistance organization, and ever since struggling to end the conflict.
Interviews with Yitzhak Frankenthal
A collection of Interviews with Yitzhak Frankenthal in Israeli Television. Yitzhak is a bereaved father who lost his son to a kidnap of Palestinian resistance organization, and ever since struggling to end the conflict.
Interviews with Yitzhak Frankenthal
Bukra Fi Mishmish (Arabic for "when pigs fly" or for when the impossible happens) Written and performed by Israeli and Palestinian youth members of Heartbeat (ages 16-20). Please help us create a Hip H'Opera about Migration and Human Rights: http://www.indiegogo.com/hiphopera HEARTBEAT is an international community of musicians, educators, and students using music to build mutual understanding and transform conflict. Founded in 2007 under a grant from Fulbright and MTV, Heartbeat empowers Israeli and Palestinian musicians by creating opportunities and spaces for musicians from both sides to work together, hear each other, and amplify their voices to influence the world around them. For more information, please visit: www.heartbeat.fm Please join/like us at www.facebook.com/heartbeatjerusalem Your donations make Heartbeat possible: www.heartbeat.fm/donate We are so grateful for your support. Lyrics: (Siwar) Say what you want to say. I just want to play. Give me my violin. Smile for a brighter day! (Moody - in Arabic) If there's hope, the power to work, and art, then there's life. My lyrics can move mountains. There's music and equality. Without fear there's no patience, 'cause you don't know what you would lose. (That means if you know what you'll lose, you'll get scared. Then you know you need to be patient.) Tomorrow will be better! Try to create and believe, Yes YOU Can. There's the sun and its rays, yes there's hope down here. The moon and even a bit of light, there's hope, even if it's small. An important step in your life is to hope. Take your step towards change. Make your anxiety disappear. To be free, you have to liberate yourself! (Guy - in Hebrew) All day I'm looking through my window and I understand whatever is his is mine and whatever is mine is yours. We are supposed to even be brothers, but to me it seems that doesn't really matter to you. We'll break down the walls, and take down the flags and then we'll discover a world where everything is possible. When we understand that we're all human beings then forever and ever we will be able to live. We will be able to live! BUKRA FI MISHMISH A HEARTBEAT Production Words and Music by: Talia Ishai, Tahel Garion, Siwar Mansour, Guy Gefen, Dekel Adin, Moody Kablawi, Ami Yares, Ziv Sobelman-Yamin, Hasan Nakhleh, Yonatan Feiner Performed by: Guy Gefen: Vocals, Guitar, Keyboards, Drum Programming, and Steel Drum Moody Kablawi: Vocals and Claps Siwar Mansour: Vocals and Violin Dekel Adin: Recorder, Electric Guitar, Bass, Saxophone, Vocals, Keyboards Ami Yares: Oud Tamer Omari: Darbukka, Drum Programming, and Claps Aaron Shneyer: Drum Programming, Claps Drums inspired by Ziv Sobelman-Yamin. Directed and Produced by Aaron Shneyer Additional music production by Tamer Omari, Guy Gefen, and Dekel Adin Special thanks to: The Fund for Reconciliation, Tolerance, and Peace, Noa Yammer, Tamer Omari, Michal Gefen, Shoshana Gottesman, Ami Yares, Jon Goldstein, Am Kolel, Marcia and Ira Wagner, Cheb Kammerer, Rob and EIleen Coltun, Avi Salloway, Amitai Gross, Nizar Qabbani, Luz Maria Uribe, Sarina Hahn, Jesse Kahn, and all who have helped bring Heartbeat, and specifically this song to life. www.heartbeat.fm Bukra Fi Mishmish © 2012 Heartbeat | New Sound Foundation, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
Bukra Fi Mishmish (Official Music Video) - by HEARTBEAT
A visit of Rabbi Fruman and friends to the Governor of Beit-Lehem.
Rabbi Fruman in Beit-Lehem
Rabbi Fruman visit a Mosque burnt by Jewish terrorists
Rabbi Fruman visit a Mosque burnt by Jewish terrorists
Soldiers making a hard time for a Palestinian who is a citizen of Israel to cross the check point.
Harassment of an Israeli citizen in the check point
A film by Yoav Shamir depicting how the narrative of fear and mistrust to all non-Jews is instilled in the youth journeys to Holocaust camps.
Instilling The Holocaust Narative
Terrorists who were caught after attacking Palestinians
Terrorists in the Name of Jewish Religion
english sub
The Head of Israeli Secret Service speaks about Jewish Terror
Shaul Arieli describes the issue of Israel's security with respect to old threats, and current threats. Arieli shows the security arrangements which were negotiated between Israel and Palestine.
The _Security issue in the Israeli- Palestinian conflict
Shaul Arieli describes the issue of Jerusalem in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict-historical background, the Israeli Palestinian negotiating proposals, and particularly the consequences of existing trends on the future of Jerusalem as the capital of the State of Israel that has a solid Jewish majority.
The issue of Jerusalem in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict
Shaul Arieli describes the positions regarding the border between Israel and the Palestinians.He points to the feasibility of a border agreement to be determined under the 1967 lines and land swap on 1:1 ratio, in which left the majority of Israelis who live beyond the green line under Israeli sovereignty.