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  • Open letter to President Abbas


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    Open letter from Abraham A. van Kempen to Mr. Mahmoud Abbas, President of the State of Palestine
    February 18, 2015 13:02

     By: Abraham A. van Kempen

     

    Dear Mr. President,

     

    Right now it would be presumptuous to even suggest: “Help is on the way”. But I promise you, the people at www.buildingthebridge.eu (in the air since yesterday) are going out of their way to mobilize the leadership of the European Union together with the United States to, once and for all, help you effectuate a comprehensive sustainable peace settlement. My attached letter to President Barack H. Obama outlines our thoughts. We, the simple people on the streets of Europe, expect you and others in responsible positions to step up to the plate, to accomplish what matters most in your region.

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  • Open letter to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu


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    Open letter from Abraham A. van Kempen to Mr. Binyamin NETANYAHU, Prime Minister of Israel
    February 18, 2015 13:02

     By: Abraham A. van Kempen

     

    Dear Mr. Prime Minister,

     

    I hold you personally responsible for jolting me out of my retirement. You’re to blame. I was in the region when Israel went on a killing spree last summer. My reaction: “Not again? … Enough is Enough! NEVER AGAIN! And so, now I’m wrestling, trying to learn social media.

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  • Open letter to President Obama


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    Open letter from Abraham A. van Kempen to Mr. Donald J. Trump, President of the USA
    February 18, 2015 13:02

     By: Abraham A. van Kempen

     

    Dear Mr. President,

     

    The ‘Sadness Silence Can’t Touch,’ as so eloquently expressed by the American Poet, Dario Robleto, has got to be the defining feud of our time, the Israeli-Palestinian Struggle for Co-existence. The players are stuck with one foot in the stirrup, the other in the sand. “Today’s status quo absolutely, to a certainty, I promise you 100 percent, cannot be maintained. It’s not sustainable,” says Secretary of State John Kerry. Instead of heading toward an American Indian model, with Palestinians on reservations amid a sea of Israeli settlements and security zones, why not open borders with freedom of movement? Mr. President, many people around the world would like to hear you say: “Mr. Netanyahu, tear down those walls”.

     

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