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In the American Webster’s dictionary, the third international edition, anti-Semitism was defined as “hostility toward Jews as a religious or ethnic minority,” and another definition was “anti-Zionism and anyone with sympathizes with the enemies of the state of Israel.” Dan Walsh, an advisor to the...
The issue of compensating Jews of Arab origins for the so-called properties they left, has re-emerged. Israel. Some Libyan and Iraqi officials stated that Jews of Libyan and Iraqi origin have the right to be compensated. Obviously, what happens with Iraq and Libya is a part of a plan both Israel...
Pope John Paul II encourages the Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem, the Catholic Bishops of the Holy Land and the leaders of the Christian communities, to renew their efforts to ensure that relationships between all are inspired by mutual respect, in humility and trust. He also appeals to Jewish and...
On October 25, the Jerusalem Post published an article about hundreds of Palestinian Christians fleeing the Palestinian territories. An Israeli spokesman referred in this regard to a radical sermon of Sheikh Dr. Ahmad Abu Halabiya. This article, like the sermon of the Palestinian preacher,...
The beatification mass for Pope John XXIII and Pope Pius IX, led by Pope John Paul II, aroused much debate in Italian circles, among Jews and also in Israel resulting in two demonstrations. One was organized by representatives of aristocratic families in Rome. The other one was organized in memory...
The Palestinian National Authority on Saturday said Israel was fueling a row between Muslims and Christians over a planned mosque near a main Christian site in Nazareth to upset Millennium festivities.
Before Israel released the first group of Palestinian prisoners in accordance with the revised Wye River accord, the Israeli Supreme Court’s ruled that the interrogation methods employed Israel’s Shin Bet security agency constituted torture and were thus illegal. The article concludes that the...
Nine hundred years after the Crusaders swept in to wrest the Holy Land from Muslim "infidels" in a fury of blood and fire, Christians retracing their path arrived in Jerusalem Monday [July 12, 1999] to apologies for the crimes of their ancestors. "We came here to acknowledge that what was done then...
Three weeks ago, the Egyptian government was surprised by a request from the Israeli government to build a new Jewish synagogue in Cairo.
In an exclusive interview, Pope Shenouda III speaks frankly to Al-Ahram Weekly about the national role of the Church, the new draft Personal Status law, and other controversial issues.

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