Voice of America (VOA) article: Voice of America, News, Middle East, August 5th, 2013: “US Activist Spearheads Grassroots Mideast Peace Effort,” by Faisa Elmasry. It is an article about Dr. Romano’s Middle East peace efforts. . .dialogues, demonstrations he organizes. The article includes interviews (by Faisa Elmasry) of a Muslim Palestinian and an Israeli Jew who participated in one of the events Romano recently organized in Jerusalem (March 28, 2012). To read the article, just click on the link below:
Recent article (Nov. 1st, 2011): “Heal Us, Don’t Leave Us… Juliano!” by Dr. Frank Romano, about the peace activist, Juliano Mer-Khamis, recently murdered in the West Bank. Pulished by Tim King, Salem-News.com. Nov. 1st, 2011.
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Read article published in http://www.Salem-News.com entitled “LIVE RADIO INTERVIEW: Frank Romano, Love & Terror in the Middle East, 4 pm Mon.” It promotes a radio interview at 4 pm, EST, 1250 AM, WHNZ on Monday, Jan. 28, 2013. Go to WWW.WHNZ.COM and click on LISTEN LIVE. The interview will focus on his book, “Love and Terror in the Middle East, 3rd Edition” which includes a new chapter entitled “Return to Killing Fields.” It recounts the aftermath of the murder of his friend Juliano Mer-Khamis, peace activist, in the Jenin Refugee Camp and the author’s recent return there to search for the buried truth. To read it, click on the website link below:
Read article published on Jan. 9th in talkbooksworld.com, Newsdesk. It is about Frank Romano’s recent activities in the Middle East organizing interfaith peace dialogues/marches notably in Israel and the West Bank chronicled in “Love and Terror in the Middle East.” To read it, click on the website link below:
Read article published on Jan. 14th in NEWZBREAKER by “Bad” Brad Berkwitt, CEO/Publisher newzbreaker.com It is about Frank Romano’s recent activities in the Middle East organizing interfaith peace dialogues/marches notably in Israel and the West Bank chronicled in “Love and Terror in the Middle East.” To read it, click on the website link below:
Read article published on May 11th in The Press Democrat, Santa Rosa, CA, by Martin Espinoza entitled “Interfaith Peace Activist Speaks at Annual Keegan Leadership Awards.” It is about Frank Romano’s recent activities in the Middle East and his original vision that inspired him to organize interfaith peace dialogues/marches notably in Israel and the West Bank. To read it, click on the website link below:http://www.pressdemocrat.com/article/20120511/ARTICLES/120519859
Read my article published in the Ashland Daily Tidings entitled “Inner Peace Meets Conflict.” It is about my methods to help enhance and maintain internal inner peace to give me strength to continue organizing interfaith peace dialogues/marches in the Middle East. It was published in the May 17th, 2012, issue of the Ashland Daily Tidings, Ashland, Oregon. To read it, click on the link below:
Read a report by Frank Romano sent to Tim King who entitled it “Tense times in Palestine between a top government official, and an activist who refuses to not state the truth…”. It was published on April 22, 2012 in http://www.Salem-News.com
It is about Frank Romano’s recent heated conversation with Mr. Fayyad, Prime Minister of the Palestinian Authority in the West Bank near Jericho on April 19, 2012. Frank Romano, representing himself, questioned Mr. Fayyad’s inaction with respect to defending non-violent peace activists notably the internationals recently taken prisoner at Ben Gurion Airport in Tel Aviv. To read it, click on the link below:
Read article published in http://www.Salem-News.com by Tim King entitled “CNN Interviews Author Frank Romano During Global March to Jerusalem.” It is about Frank Romano’s recent activities in the Middle East, notably as one of the organizers of the GMJ, Global March to Jerusalem on March 30, 2012.
Read article below published in Arutz Sheva 7 about Aaron Klein’s interview of Frank Romano about the GMJ on WABC radio, New York on March 18th, 2012:
Radio Host Challenges ‘Global March’ Activist
Radio host Aaron Klein of WABC radio in New York offered this week $50,000 to an organizer of the upcoming Global March to Jerusalem, if the activist could name one city in the Middle East outside of Israel that has more freedom than Jerusalem. The activist was unable to do so.
The Global March to Jerusalem initiative aims at getting over one million Arabs and their supporters to attempt to infiltrate Israel’s borders on March 30th. A spokesman for the march said last week the initiative “demand[s] freedom for Palestine and its capital Jerusalem.”
The Meir Amit Intelligence and Terrorism Information Center (ITIC) has presented information that Iran is behind the initiative and openly supports it. The march has also been endorsed by Rev. Jeremiah Wright, who was U.S. President Barack Obama’s pastor for 20 years at the Trinity United Church of Christ in Chicago.
During the show, Klein spoke with march activist Frank Romano, who is organizing the portion of the march that seeks to infiltrate Israel from the Qalandia checkpoint, at the border that leads from Ramallah to Jerusalem.
Romano argued during the interview that Jerusalem “is not open to many Palestinians” to which Klein said, “I will give you $100 on the spot if you can name me one city, outside of Israel, that’s more open than Jerusalem.”
Romano then asked Klein, “What do you mean more open?” to which Klein replied, “Democracy, freedom of all religions to pray.”
He then offered Romano $1,000 if he could name one city in the Middle East that is more open than Jerusalem. Romano got tongue-tied and Klein said, “Answer the question. Name a city, because you keep telling me that you’re protesting for more openness in Jerusalem. You literally just told me that. Name a city that’s more open.”
Romano then accused Klein of being “off the topic” and of “taking it out of context. Many Palestinians who live even as close as Ramallah or Bethlehem” are not open to visit Jerusalem, he said, and Klein then offered him $10,000 to name a city in the Middle East that is more open than Jerusalem.
Romano responded by saying that “Palestinians that can leave the country can get to New York [not a city in the Middle East –ed]. It’s easier for them to pray in a mosque in New York then to pray in Al-Aqsa in Jerusalem.”
Klein then offered Romano the $50,000 and told him, “You should be protesting Syria. You should be protesting Saudi Arabia. You should be protesting actual apartheid and shame on you for going against the one Middle Eastern country that is actually democratic.”