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During their meeting yesterday, Pope Benedict XVI and British Prime Minister Tony Blair agreed on the need for interfaith and intercultural dialogue to combat terrorism, underscoring the contribution that common values among religions can make to dialogue, particularly with Islam.
Mustafā Mahmoud illustrates the importance of the latest visit of Mubārak to the Vatican, and states the stances of the Vatican towards the Palestinian cause, terrorism, and the offensive cartoons.
Vatican-Israeli relations have been stable since October 28, 1965, when Pope Paul VI stated that not all Jews should be blamed for Jesus’ death. However, a problem has recently arisen between the Vatican and Israel because Pope Benedict XVI failed to mention Israel among his list of countries who...
The Vatican accused Israel of purposefully distorting Pope Benedict XVI’s last Sunday sermon. It expressed its deep shock at the Israeli reaction to the Pope’s words concerning the recent terrorist attacks that have occurred in different parts of the world.
Pope Benedict XVI has declared that the recent terrorist attacks have nothing to do with Islam, which advocates religious tolerance.
In the drama that followed the republishing of the Danish cartoons across several European nations, the Danish and Norwegian Embassies in Damascus, and also the Danish Consulate in Beirut, were all burnt down. These incidents prompted those foreign ministers to advise their people to leave Syria...
The Vatican and the Jews are seeking to include the Muslims in their interfaith dialogues. The idea was tabled for discussion but no conclusions have been reached yet.
In a September 2005 seminar on Islam, Pope Benedict XVI rejected Fazlur Rahman’s [1919-1988] call for a thorough reinterpretation of the Qur’ān, stating that Qur’ān cannot be modified.
The Egyptian Catholic Church has denied a statement by the Roman Catholic Church stating that parts of the Holy Bible are not actually true.
Sir Cyril Townsend writes about the historic visit Israeli President, Moshe Katzav, is to pay to the Vatican on November 17.


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