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Larry Snider was the President of the Interfaith Community for Middle East Peace; ICMEP. He founded New Hope for Peace, a dialogue and educational forum in 2001 and is a member of the Greater Bucks County Peace Circle. He is author of numerous articles on the Middle East peace process. Larry has traveled extensively in Israel and the West Bank and developed the Delaware Valley Interfaith Delegation to Israel/Palestine that traveled together to meet politicians, peace activists, settlers, refugees, academics and victims of the conflict in March 2008 in partnership with Leah Green, Director of the Compassionate Listening Project. The delegation including Muslim, Christian and Jewish clergy and lay leaders returned to share all they heard with more than 150 audiences throughout the Philadelphia region and to build ICMEP.
SHARE Tuesday, February 27, 2018 Developing a Successful Violence Prevention Coalition
in the aftermath of yet another extraordinary gun tragedy it is our responsibility as Americans to overcome everything that stands in the way of stopping gun violence and to do so by reframing both the problem and its answer.
(2 comments) SHARE Monday, October 31, 2016 Politics 2016: Trick or Treat?
It's time to vote for a stable future for America and that means all of us must come out to vote our conscience. One candidate is damaged and the other is simply unqualified to be President...
(1 comments) SHARE Wednesday, October 19, 2016 Trump's not a Loser. So the Election must be Rigged!
Trump playing a game as only he can in which he can't lose because he will blame Hillary, the Democratic and Republican Parties, the Media, cry that the election was rigged and change direction to focus on the development of a Third Party and Trump TV as the vehicle to keep him before the public.
(1 comments) SHARE Saturday, October 8, 2016 Future Shock
How did we get to today in politics? What does it mean? And how do we move forward from our fast-forward gridlock?
(1 comments) SHARE Sunday, September 11, 2016 A 9/11 Remembrance
Remembering, where I was, who I was and all that happened....
(6 comments) SHARE Wednesday, September 7, 2016 Has the American Dream Ended?
The campaign is heating up and Donald Trump returned from Mexico to deliver a fire and brimstone speech that underlines the distance between American values and the nativism bred in the extraordinary anger focused on the failures of Washington.
(6 comments) SHARE Friday, October 5, 2012 A Deer Caught in the Headlights
It is necessary for President Obama to take responsibility and then define how he is going to fix the economy and defend the United States if he wants a second term.
(1 comments) SHARE Wednesday, November 9, 2011 Making Peace in a Messy World
In a time of dynamic change Middle East Peace is caught between the velocity and the barriers erected by the principals. It is necessary to see beyond all of that to the countless efforts to build bridges happening every day by people and organizations on the ground working tirelessly on behalf of peace. We must open our eyes and ears and hearts to understand and make peace the work of everyone.
(3 comments) SHARE Monday, October 10, 2011 Fairy Tales, Death and Middle East Peace
Middle East Peace will remain a dream until the people of Israel and Palestine each engage the other in a conversation that enables them to hear the other well enough to move beyond the pain and fear and anger to accept each other as human beings with needs and rights in place of simply as the enemy.
(1 comments) SHARE Sunday, July 3, 2011 Building Trust + Security = A Framework for PEACE
Middle East Peace is stuck between unilateral initiatives by both sides and large scale popular disbelief in its availability. Trust must be re-established and timing is critical. Accordingly, I present a tradeoff that costs each side dearly but offers something each side desperately wants. The other vital process is to begin a program of national conversations on both sides to help reinvigorate interest in peace.
(1 comments) SHARE Sunday, March 27, 2011 History, the National Interest and R2P
Navigating the costs and benefits of Obama and the United States taking a leadership role re Libya while recognizing US history, its responsibilities and relationship to genocide.