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Pope Shenouda says some Copts might go to Israel to celebrate the year 2000 but he doesn’t want normalization with Israel until they give up the land they usurped.
The question for the next century is ’who is the number one in the area, Egypt or Israel?’ In order to remain the strongest country in the region Israel stimulates tensions with different minorities in the region, including Copts.
The Israeli police blocked a window which had been opened up by the Waqf, the charitable body responsible for Muslim holy sites leading to tensions between Israelis and Muslims in Jerusalem.
International terrorism began long time ago. It began since the Second World War and the Cold war (1947-1991). Due to these two wars, Israel appeared and it encouraged terrorism and used it especially against the people who were opposing its policy. But there are some solutions for this problem...
An unknown Jew recently wrote a letter to The Jerusalem Post abusing European heads of states with the typical distorted view of history. The letter carried the headline "An Open Letter to the American President - We will take revenge upon Killer Arabs" was signed by one Hana Gore.
The general conference ended its sessions yesterday with 7 key recommendations.
What happened in Nazareth is of great concern to us as it was the first time religious strife was provoked between Palestinian Muslims and Christians after years of peaceful co-existence.
Pope Shenouda wants to see the boycotts on Iraq and Libya are lifted. He believes the Israeli conflict with the Arabs is a conflict of greed. He also said the problem of the Coptic endowments is close to a final solution, thanks to the government.
We have become ’the kings of talk’. We just react by talking. The Arab governments are reacting only by more talk and condemnation.
Michael Sabbah, the Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem, spoke in his annual message for peace in the Holy Land and the region. Growing incidents between Christians and Muslims are not spontaneous, he said.

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