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The Guardian newspaper says that the visit of the Pope to Jerusalem is the same as entering a minefield. One known rabbi [no name was mentioned] asked the Pope to remove his cross when he goes to the Wailing Wall.
Announcement of the visit of the Pope to Amman, Jerusalem, and the Palestinian territories.
The greatest leader in the Christian world, Pope John Paul II, asked for forgiveness. This is a generous step. ... We expect from the Vatican to acknowledge the prophethood of Mohammed, may the peace of the God be upon him, and also the book that came upon him. This is the right way to real...
The most important Jewish Rabbi, Israel Lau, said he regretted that the document of the apology of the Pope did not mention the Jewish victims of the Holocaust...
... It is so easy for John Paul II, the Vatican’s current pope, to apologize for his ancestors during the Crusades and the Inquisition. This Pope did not cause those problems but if we accept these apologies would our martyrs accept them? We thank the current Pope. He was not the one who caused...
Hanna is very positive about the apology. He calls it a historical moment. It reduces the feeling of pain of the people of the East who were hurt by the Crusaders. He later asks: "Will others in the region follow the example of the apology? Will Israel apologize for we at it did in Deir Yassin or...
The article describes the visit of the Pope in Egypt. Moussa finds the visit historical and bringing hope to both Muslims and Christians for dialogue. Christians see this as a start for unity between the churches. Many people asked why Pope Shenouda was not present during the reception of Pope...
In the first incident of its kind in the history of the Catholic Church, Pope John Paul II asked for forgiveness for the mistakes and sins in which the Catholic Church participated during the past two thousand years. The most prominent of these sins was mistreating the believers of other religions...
"... In the weekly sermon in Saint Peter’s Square, the Pope, made apologies for the way the church treated the scientist Galileo who said the earth revolves around the sun. The Pope also spoke about the pain the Crusaders caused for the people in the East. This will also be discussed in the meeting...
Dr. Al-Fayyoumi continues relating the history of Muslim and Christian interaction in Spain covering the period of the Tabannin, the conquering of Muslim areas by the army of Ferdinand and Isabella in 1487, and the treatment of Christians when Spain was under Muslim rule. He ends by calling for...

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