VOCES JUDÍAS POR LA PAZ, continúa sus campañas. Puedes poner este póster en tu blog (cuando lo bajéis veréis que en la cara de la mujer judía está escrito YO RECHAZO LA OCUPACIÓN).
Nos piden que firmemos una carta al presidente Obama para que sea un artífice de esta esperanza por la que muchas personas le eligieron. Para que haya unas políticas exteriores justas
En la carta se pide al presidente Obama que apoye la Paz para Israel y Palestina. Y que presione para acabar con el bloqueo a Gaza para que puedan tener las necesidades básicas atendidas (medicinas, alimentos, agua, fuel...)
Every time I saw one of those Obama posters with "HOPE" on it, I felt it. Hope, that is. Hope against hope that perhaps this new President would pursue a just peace with the same fervor that he pursued hope before he was elected.
And in the short time since the inauguration, we're seeing reasons to believe our hope was justified. But, here's the big challenge: Israel, Palestine, Gaza. Turning hope into reality comes down to how President Obama deals with this ongoing tragedy. This week's announcement of George Mitchell as Middle East envoy -- the man who helped broker peace in Northern Ireland-- signals that Obama is serious about even-handed diplomacy. For so many, our hope is that Mitchell and Obama will now take serious and meaningful steps towards a just and true peace.
It's a tall order, we know. But the momentum that began on inauguration day won't last long, and the cease fire in Gaza has only ceased the worst of the bombs and violence. We have a window and we must take advantage of it. We must hope - and HOPE BIG. Please join Jewish Voice for Peace and Just Foreign Policy in asking President Obama to make good on his promise of hope.
Please read our letter and add your name,and then ask your like-minded friends to do the same. We're aiming to deliver our letter on February 23. Then download our Hope posters and put them in your windows or on your wall. Obama has said that he needs people like us to demand action loudly and visibly. Now is our moment. We must keep the pressure on.
Thank you for doing your part.