This evening at sundown Jews throughout the world and in Israel will start celebrating the New Year, Rosh HaShana.

As the same sun on the same earth we live on sets, Muslims throughout the world and in Palestine will start celebrating the Glorious Feast of Eid al Fitre.
In both cases these are family celebrations. But in one case this will not be. As during all Jewish festivals in Israel, the West Bank will be closed preventing Palestinians from visiting their relatives in other areas.

Talk about a Grinch!~

Is this the ‘Peace Process’ Israel speaks of? Is this the progress made between Abbas and Olmert? At least Olmert had the good sense to step down…

But, despite the situation, I want to take the opportunity to wish my Jewish brothers and sisters a Happy New Year…. and my Muslim brothers and sisters Eid al Fitre Mubarak.

Let us all hope that the situation will change soon and we can all celebrate our joyous days together in Peace!


  1. habz said,

    September 29, 2008 at 14:12


  2. Easterling said,

    September 29, 2008 at 18:08


    I’m a Deist. You know Creator and Mother (Earth) Nature. But I’m wishing you a ‘Happy New Year’ and Best Wishes all the same. For you prove by thought and deed every single day that we ALL can live together. PEACE

  3. S said,

    September 30, 2008 at 00:48

    How sad…how very sad that there was a time when the Palestines let the those Jews in and said “Come, eat with us – live here, not taxes shall be enforced upon thee” and lo and behold! They did take over did’nt they. I am beyone anger – for there is an intuition so strong within some of us – we know..that when evil stands admist the creator…and that which has been good and kind, that evil shall be no more – it may take time, but the truth will surface and they will no longer exist in the terrible state of evil their minds are infested in…such wrong doers.

  4. Kim said,

    September 30, 2008 at 07:25

    It’s kind of like how some of them bitch really loud about Christians putting out nativity scenes and wishing each other Merry Christmas! when we celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ.

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