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Welcome to the Foundation for Relief and Reconciliation in the Middle East - supporting the work of Canon Andrew White and providing humanitarian relief in Iraq through St George's Church and Clinic.

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FRRME is continuing their Children Dental Project as part of the Northern Iraq relief programme, teaching children in the Iraqi Internally Displaced Person Camps (IDPs), Kurdistan how to take care of their teeth properly. One small, but important way of continuing a normal daytime routine, essential to the children's welfare and sense of self esteem.

Dr Sarah Ahmad, Projects Director in Iraq, is also a fully qualified dentist, and is overseeing the Children’s Dental Project, providing 450 children with the instructions in caring for their teeth. FRRME are supplying the funds for toothpaste, brushes and floss, and the training of local volunteers under Dr Sarah’s guidance. FRRME also ensures that the children are given a healthy meal, including a treat of chocolate.
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FRRME is continuing their dental project of teaching kids in camps to take proper care of their teeth. They're really excited about their supplies and the chocolate. Chocolate, I just realized the funny side of that. Kurdistan, Iraq

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On the way back to the UK for 2 days
Greetings from the airport in Amman. I am returning to the UK for two important meetings. The first is about relief for the many IDP's in Kurdistan. this meeting is with the government Department for International Development to see why non of the official aid is getting to the NGO's to deliver to those in need. The next meeting is with the Chair of the Conservative party seeing what issues need addressing in the upcoming election campaign. Then its back to Israel for 3 days the good news is that Hanna from Israel if now traveling with me.
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Margaret MillerGlad you're not alone. Please tell the government to give their aid to Frrame and Teafund etc, so we know it gets used for the right people, thank you & God bless your work.3 weeks ago
Stewart LovettThe Lord be with you Andrew3 weeks ago
Elizabeth Sadler.....take care of yourself and the Lord go with you.3 weeks ago   ·  1
Dorothy FinlayRegularly praying for you brother3 days ago
Sandra Johncockpraying for you every day3 weeks ago

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“A kind gesture can reach a wound that only compassion can heal.” Our babies have grown too big for the small cribs we brought six months ago so they've been upgraded to newer and bigger ones.

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The Jerusalem International School of Reconciliation Studies

The Jerusalem School of Reconciliation Studies is designed as a forum for
introducing people to the radical complexities of Reconciliation at an
international level. The course is based in Jerusalem and includes the
opportunity to enter into the nature of a life lived in many a conflict.

The course will provide the opportunity to engage with many of have been
involved in the complexities of the Middle East conflict in Israel and the West
Bank. It will include visits to places such as Hebrew, Bethlehem and Jericho as
well as much of Jerusalem. The visit that we are recommending is not a
pilgrimage or tour of the Land of the Holy One though it will provide
Opportunities to encounter people and places never seen on the normal tour or
pilgrimage. This is an opportunity to seriously encounter issue of conflict and
reconciliation. The course will include the following subjects:

What is Conflict in the Middle East? The Cause of Terrorism The Trauma of Loss
The 3 R’s of Christian Understanding of Israel: Replacement Theology, Remnant
Theology and Recognition Theology. The Dangers of Replacement Theology G-d’s
Eternal Covenant with Israel Called to love both Jews and Arabs Isaac and
Ishmael Reunited in Abraham's Death Introductions to the nature of Judaism,
Christianity and Islam in the Middle East Much More

The cost is not yet established but it will be in the region of £2000 for a two
week residential course and a diploma will be awarded at the end of the course.

If you are interested in applying to be part of the course please contact me on apbw2@cam.ac.uk stating why you are interested in doing the course.
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Jerusalem Channel photo of the day: Jaffa Gate area and Tower of David

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Tori RosebushThis is incredible!4 weeks ago

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