#Pope Francis Peace Initiative #Middle East Peace Conflict #cyberpeacefare

We All Need to support Pope Francis Peace Proposal Initiative resulting from his visit to the Holy Land.The Israeli President (Peres) and Palestinian President (Abbas) will meet at Vatican to pray for Middle East Peace.  Decades of US Led Peace Negotiations have failed !  IMO, Pope Francis was courageous in taking Lead  ! Needs Cooperation of Other Interfaith Religious Leaders and Political Leaders to succeed..  Let us all pray and make our voices resonate for peace. #cyberpeacefare

(Suggest Carnegie Take Initiative Concerted  with like minded peace organizations/individuals to support/gain critical mass for world peace ?)

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