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Members of the Council of Religious Institutions in the Holy Land at the Norwegian ambassador's residence in Washington DC. They met prior to peace talks in Annapolis.

When you go through this web-site, reading strategic documents, reports and plans, you will be stunned by what they have suggested.
It is a copy-cat plan of the foundation of the Vatican statehood in 1929.

And the ideas of how to rule this Old City statehood in Jerusalem, seems to be collected from the governance of the present Papal system.
The final plan will be presented to the government of Israel as an offer, they simply “have to” accept.

The new statehood in Eastern Jerusalem will have a Chief administratorwho govern a special regime. His powers will be  similar to the Pope of Rome.

Please take a closer look at their web-sites.

Below are some of the suggestions from Jerusalem Old City initiative.

The Chief Administrator will be lifted above the laws. He will have his own statehood, and his inhabitants will be a closed circle of faithful servants. From this seat, He can practice his lawlessness.

These suggestions are found in the summaries of the executive reports:

1. An autonomous bureaucracy


2. To have its own inhabitants.


3. A robust security force.


4. A Council, a partly democratically elected body with power of veto over actions of the Administrator.


5. Old City as a single unit under a single administrator, having executive authority.


6. Agreement between the parties, with two national capitals, Al Quds and Yerushalayim.


7. A single Old City Police service to be established.

This is an image, copied from Jerusalem Old City initiative website.

This is the text found in one of the strategic document on this web site.

Key Characteristics and Functions of the Special Regime

The proposed special regime, headed by a Chief Administrator, would be responsible for the efficient and equitable management and governance of the Old City, including ensuring the sanctity of and access to the Old City’s Holy Sites.

To meet these responsibilities, the special regime would require an empowered autonomous bureaucracy — one whose leadership has the confidence of both Israel and Palestine and one that is vested with both the authority and the capacity to administer, manage, and police specific aspects of the Old City and its inhabitants.

A key function of the Special Regime this regime would be to ensure equity, law, and order. Security will be the test of any peace agreement: if order in the Old City breaks down, any Israeli-Palestinian peace agreement itself will be at risk.

Thus, the Old City Special Regime would require a robust security force, with the capacity both to deliver even-handed law enforcement and justice and to confront successfully large-scale security threats, including potential efforts by extremists from the various camps seeking to undermine an Israeli-Palestinian peace agreement.

Lets take a look at a photo feature on what a second Vatican statehood in Jerusalem might look like:

First the Old City security force, as a model from the Vatican City.

The Chief Administrator in the Old City will need to have proper security around him.

Like in the Vatican, security officers needs to scan people entering the Zone.

The Watchmen needs to have proper guns, like this assault rifles available for the Swiss guards in the Vatican.

Its not enough with a few men. Like the Swiss guard in the Vatican, there has to be a proper regiment.

And when the papal bloodline knights who govern rome enter the Zone, they need to feel secure. In the center, jesuit trained US President Obama.

To met the Chief Administrators in the Vatican, you need to get your belongings scanned.

The powerful head of the Vatican state greet his police force on certain occasions.

The Pope visited the Old city in Jerusalem in May 2009, to inspect the proper facilities for a head office. He also met his inter faith colleagues.

Catechism (doctrines) of the Catholic Church

841 The Church’s relationship with the Muslims.

The plan of salvation also includes those who acknowledge the Creator, in the first place amongst whom are the Muslims; these profess to hold the faith of Abraham, and together with us they adore the one, merciful God, mankind’s judge on the last day.


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August 31, 2011 · by ivarfjeld · in Jerusalem, Temple Mount, One World Religion, Wikileaks. ·

In 2004, Israel’s Chief Rabbi Yona Metzger proposed to create a new UN of all religions in Jerusalem.

Grand Rabbi of the Ashkenazis, Yona Metzger, and his Sephardic counterpart, Shlomo Amar greets the Pope on January 16th 2004.

Wikileaks have recently released more than 2000 secret cables on Vatican-Israeli relations. Many of them are from the US Embassy in the Vatican.

One of the interesting documents, reveals that the One World Religion is one of the topics, then the Pope meet Muslim and Jewish elders.

Between the 5th and 7th of September of 2004, there was an interfaith conference in The Sant’Egidio Community in Milan in Italy. Over 7.000 leaders from different faiths attended. They came to “promote inter-religious dialogue and understanding as a means to combat terrorism and build peace”.

This is what the US Embassy in the Vatican recoded in a cable sent to the State Department in Washington:

2004-09-17 13:31


 A U.N. for Religions in Jerusalem?
¶12.  (U) One of the more intriguing ideas to emerge from the conference was a proposal from Israel’s Chief Rabbi Yona Metzger for the establishment of a “United Nations of Religions” — a permanent assembly of religious leaders where representatives of world religions could meet and make common agreed statements on international developments. 

Rabbi Metzger suggested that such an institution could help demonstrate the common values shared

by different faiths — particularly the sacredness of every human life — and overcome growing perceptions of religious

Sant’Egidio’s Claudio Betti commented to DCM that the proposal was doubly significant as it represented one of the first statements he could recall of a senior Jewish leader discussing the possibility of Jerusalem serving as host to “many religions.”

Source: Wikileaks.

My comment:

Prophetic voices that warns of the emergence of the One World Religion is often ridiculed of silence in Christian fellowships.

This secret cable exposed by Wikileaks is one the best examples that this is the open or hidden agenda of Inter-faith talk.

The only person that will not be consulted is Jesus. That will be fatal. Because out of this wicked new multi-religious movement, comes the access of a man of lawlessness to the World stage.

A new UN in Jerusalem is a perfect stage. The last anti-Christ just have to be promoted or elevated to the post of Secretary General.

The man of lawlessness will set up his seat inside the Old City, and the Temple Mount is the preferred place. When all hold hands and praises him who have brought world peace at this site, you can be sure of only one thing:

The man will be killed by the splendor of the coming of the Lion of Judah, the Messiah Yeshua. He will return to Jerusalem and spoil the party of people who rejected Him.

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Analysis: While military understandings remain in tact despite tensions between Obama and Netanyahu governments, the political side remains fair game in American eyes.

Published: 11.01.14, 12:42 / Israel Opinion

When senior US administration officials say to you, "I won't be in town when you get here," they're actually saying, "It doesn't suit me to meet with you now." And sometimes, the response is a little more subtle: "I won't be in town, but let's coordinate your visit at a later date." In the case of Israeli Defense Minister Moshe (Bogie) Ya'alon, Washington experienced a mass exodus; all of a sudden, no one was home.
When Ya'alon departed, he was already aware that Washington wasn't waiting for him. All efforts to arrange meetings for him in keeping with diplomatic protocol – via the military attaché and the Israeli Embassy – were doomed to failure from the outset.
Not only is our ambassador in Washington, Ron Dermer, not the most popular figure at the White House, but Congress is in recess now, of all times, ahead of the elections.

Defense Minister Ya'alon (Photo: EPA)
When tensions between the White House and the government of Israel stem from political-ideological disputes, maintaining a semblance of business-as-usual is still possible. But when things spill over into the personal domain, the style and the insults become personal too.
Ya'alon wasn't able to pick up on this in his meetings with US Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel and America's ambassador to the UN, Samantha Power. He learned instead of the intensity of the affront and resentment on the part of the Americans in the informal talks he held in Washington, particularly with senior media representatives. There, he was told exactly what Washington thinks about Jerusalem.
The possibility that the United States will not veto a UN resolution calling for the establishment of a Palestinian state in keeping with the 1967 borders is not a theoretical threat. Jerusalem has internalized the fact that this is a realistic option and is preparing for it.
The battle on the Hill

The White House has tired by now of hearing about anti-President Obama briefings at Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's bureau in Jerusalem and the Israeli Embassy in Washington, about the badmouthing of Obama, and about Israel efforts to undermine US administration policy.
Official and non-official American guests – members of Congress, AIPAC officials and journalists – come to Israel, hear lectures from Israelis about their problematic president, and then return home to spill the beans.
Recent weeks have seen a further deterioration. From both Dermer's and Netanyahu's circles, according to the Americans, they are hearing statements to the tune of: "As from this Tuesday, Congress will be fully in the hands of the Republicans, and then we'll deal with issues such as the political initiative and the negotiations with Iran from the Hill."

Netanyahu with Israel's Ambassador to the US Ron Dermer (Photo: GPO)
As Washington sees it, the hostility towards President Obama in the Prime Minister's Office is firmly fixed in place. It's a mutual hostility. When someone in the Prime Minister's Office describes Obama as a novice, cowardly and indecisive, the White House hears of it right away, and barbs are fired in return.
Today, Netanyahu associates believe that the expression, "chickenshit," quoted by journalist Jeffrey Goldberg, was a case of "premature ejaculation," and that's why the White House was quick to distance itself from it. The Americans had planned to launch an attack on Netanyahu only after the mid-term elections this Tuesday.
Israel is refusing to be banished to the corner. How, officials here are asking, can the secretary of state be trying to bribe Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas with far-reaching political commitments in return for the delaying of his appeal to the UN Security Council until after the elections to Congress? Can't, they're asking here, a superpower like the United States simply instruct Abbas to postpone such a move?
The defense minister, with whom the State Department has a separate score to settle for what it defines as "the sabotaging of Kerry's peace initiative," paid a price on his visit to Washington for his close ties with Netanyahu too. Ya'alon can take comfort in the fact that he's not the first Israeli defense minister to undergo a hazing in Washington.
In 1981, then-newly appointed U.S. defense secretary Caspar Weinberger taught Israel's defense minister at the time, Ariel Sharon, a lesson he'd never forget. Weinberger, who wasn't enamored with Israeli policy at the time, was forced, on instructions from then-president Ronald Reagan, to sign a memorandum of understanding with Israel.

Sharon lived in an era in which there was always someone who would settle US-Israeli disputes (Photo: Reuters)
Weinberger arranged, however, for the signing ceremony to take place not at the Pentagon but in the lobby of the National Geographic Society building. Sharon got the message, learned a lesson; and as prime minister, all the doors of the US administration remained open to him. We're unlikely to witness the repeat of a happy ending like that one with the personalities currently in the ring.
Sharon was still living in an era in which even during the most bitter crises between the two sides, there was always someone who'd travel secretly to Jerusalem or Washington to clean out the blocked sewage pipes. There's no one like that around today – not on the Israeli side, and not on the American side either. And with every blockage, the sewage rises a little more.
The Clinton plan in an Obama sauce

Ya'alon believed his differences with Secretary of State Kerry had been resolved. In the time since the crisis between the two erupted last summer, they have spoken on numerous occasions about the most sensitive of issues, including during the fighting in Gaza. He was under the impression that when he said he was sorry if anyone had been offended by his statements, Washington had seen it as a public apology. He was wrong. Washington wasn't appeased.
No wonder Ya'alon feels that the US administration has marked him as responsible for undermining progress in the talks with the Palestinians. The defense minister and his bureau are convinced that immediately upon presentation of Kerry's initiative, the State Department launched a media campaign against Ya'alon to depict him as an enemy of any peace settlement. Even paranoid people are right sometimes.
But Ya'alon's mission in Washington was one pertaining to money, and he insisted therefore on traveling to the United States at this inconvenient time. After the 2015 budget was settled, the defense minister had to get to a meeting with his counterpart, Hagel, to sum up the work conducted over the past year by joint taskforces with respect to the military equipment Israel will be purchasing in the United States in the framework of the defense aid package from Washington.

Hagel and Ya'alon (Photo: AP)
There were no surprises waiting for Ya'alon in this regard. The US administration upheld every single one of its security commitments to Israel. Moreover, the defense minister's entourage got the sense that the deeper the political dispute between the sides, the stronger America's commitment to its security ties with Israel.
Not a single aid program was canceled, aside from those that Israel itself asked to alter, like the acquisition of Namer armored personnel carriers instead of an investment in V-22 Osprey aircraft.
The US also allowed Israel to make purchases based on the aid packages for the coming years – a loan of sorts to help with the shopping. Thus, Israel can acquire six more F-35 fighter jets to make up a full squadron, with the first aircraft to be delivered in late 2016, as well as an additional 25-aircraft squadron beginning in 2019.
US teams are in Israel to study the lessons learned during Operation Protection; and Hagel and his staff were very upfront when it came to the Iranian issue too.
The agreement based on which the United States provides Israel with foreign aid to the tune of $3.1 billion a year comes to an end in 2017. Obama has undertaken verbally to extend this agreement for another decade. He has yet to sign a thing, and Israel, too, is in no hurry to ask him to do so – further evidence of the rocky relationship. We can wait, officials in Israel are saying; the next president, who will take office in January 2017, will also be able to sign.
All is on hold now until after this coming Tuesday, the mid-term elections. There's a very real chance that the president will lose his small majority in the Senate. Under such circumstances, the White House won't be able to implement additional internal reforms, and will therefore turn its attention to achievements in the foreign affairs arena. This would ensure another two tough years for Israel, until Obama leaves office.
Right now, waiting for us just around the corner is another political plan that is being cooked up by Kerry's negotiation team. On the agenda are three alternative plans. The one involves reopening the talks on the security issue and the borders and to try to move forward from where the discussions came to a halt in April this year.
The Americans have tried to go down this path on four occasions already – and they've failed; they're unlikely to have the appetite to go this route a fifth time.

There is a real chance Obama will lose his small majority in the Senate (Photo: AFP)
The second involves serving up a new-improved Clinton plan in an Obama sauce, which half the coalition in Israel will refuse to eat, while the other half won't be able to live with turning it down.

The third alternative suggests putting all regional players onto the field under the cover of the political flak jacket of the Arab League. Then, however, the talks would be based on the Saudi peace initiative, substantial portions of which Israel rejects. 

However one looks at things, the Americans are again going to bash their heads up against the wall and take Israel on.


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The Holy See and the State of Israel,

Mindful of the singular character and universal significance of the Holy Land;

Aware of the unique nature of the relationship between the Catholic Church and the Jewish people, and of the historic process of reconciliation and growth in mutual understanding and friendship between Catholics and Jews;

Having decided on 29 July 1992 to establish a "Bilateral Permanent Working Commission", in order to study and define together issues of common interest, and in view of normalizing their relations;

Recognizing that the work of the aforementioned Commission has produced sufficient material for a first and Fundamental Agreement;

Realizing that such Agreement will provide a sound and lasting basis for the continued development of their present and future relations and for the furtherance of the Commission's task,

Agree upon the following Articles:

Article 1  

§ 1. The State of Israel, recalling its Declaration of Independence, affirms its continuing commitment to uphold and observe the human right to freedom of religion and conscience, as set forth in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and in other international instruments to which it is a party.

§ 2. The Holy See, recalling the Declaration on Religious Freedom of the Second Vatican Ecumenical Council, Dignitatis humanae, affirms the Catholic Church's commitment to uphold the human right to freedom of religion and conscience, as set forth in the Universal Declaration of Hu-man Rights and in other international instruments to which it is a party. The Holy See wishes to affirm as well the Catholic Church's respect for other religions and their followers as solemnly stated by the Second Vatican Ecumenical Council in its Declaration on the Relation of the Church to Non-Christian Religions, Nostra aetate.

Article 2  

§ 1. The Holy See and the State of Israel are committed to appropriate cooperation in combatting all forms of antisemitism and all kinds of racism and of religious intolerance, and in promoting mutual understanding among nations, tolerance among communities and respect for human life and dignity.

§ 2. The Holy See takes this occasion to reiterate its condemnation of hatred, persecution and all other manifestations of antisemitism directed against the Jewish people and individual Jews anywhere, at any time and by anyone. In particular, the Holy See deplores attacks on Jews and desecration of Jewish synagogues and cemeteries, acts which offend the memory of the victims of the Holocaust, especially when they occur in the same places which witnessed it.

Article 3  

§ 1. The Holy See and the State of Israel recognize that both are free in the exercise of their respective rights and powers, and commit themselves to respect this principle in their mutual relations and in their cooperation for the good of the people.

§ 2. The State of Israel recognizes the right of the Catholic Church to carry out its religious, moral, educational and charitable functions, and to have its own institutions, and to train, appoint and deploy its own personnel in the said institutions or for the said functions to these ends. The Church recognizes the right of the State to carry out its functions, such as promoting and protecting the welfare and the safety of the people. Both the State and the Church recognize the need for dialogue and cooperation in such matters as by their nature call for it.

§ 3.Concerning Catholic legal personality at canon law the Holy See and the State of Israel will negotiate on giving it full effect in Israeli law, following a report from a joint subcommission of experts.

Article 4  

§ 1. The State of Israel affirms its continuing commitment to maintain and respect the "Status quo" in the Christian Holy Places to which it applies and the respective rights of the Christian communities thereunder. The Holy See affirms the Catholic Church's continuing commitment to respect the aforementioned "Status quo" and the said rights.

§ 2. The above shall apply notwithstanding an interpretation to the contrary of any Article in this Fundamental Agreement.

§ 3. The State of Israel agrees with the Holy See on the obligation of continuing respect for and protection of the character proper to Catholic sacred places, such as churches, monasteries, convents, cemeteries and their like.

§ 4. The State of Israel agrees with the Holy See on the continuing guarantee of the freedom of Catholic worship.

Article 5  

§ 1. The Holy See and the State of Israel recognize that both have an interest in favouring Christian pilgrimages to the Holy Land. Whenever the need for coordination arises, the proper agencies of the Church and of the State will consult and cooperate as required.

§ 2. The State of Israel and the Holy See express the hope that such pilgrimages will provide an occasion for better understanding between the pilgrims and the people and religions in Israel.
Article 6  

The Holy See and the State of Israel jointly reaffirm the right of the Catholic Church to establish, maintain and direct schools and institutes of study at all levels; this right being exercised in harmony with the rights of the State in the field of education.

Article 7  

The Holy See and the State of Israel recognize a common interest in promoting and encouraging cultural exchanges between Catholic institutions worldwide, and educational, cultural and research institutions in Israel, and in facilitating access to manuscripts, historical documents and similar source materials, in conformity with applicable laws and regulations.

Article 8  

The State of Israel recognizes that the right of the Catholic Church to freedom of expression in the carrying out of its functions is exercised also through the Church's own communications media; this right being exercised in harmony with the rights of the State in the field of communications media.

Article 9  

The Holy See and the State of Israel jointly reaffirm the right of the Catholic Church to carry out its charitable functions through its health care and social welfare institutions; this right being exercised in harmony with the rights of the State in this field.

Article 10  

§ 1. The Holy See and the State of Israel jointly reaffirm the right of the Catholic Church to property.

§ 2. Without prejudice to rights relied upon by the Parties:

a) The Holy See and the State of Israel will negotiate in good faith a comprehensive agreement, containing solutions acceptable to both Parties, on unclear, unsettled and disputed issues, concerning property, economic and fiscal matters relating to the Catholic Church generally, or to specific Catholic Communities or institutions.

b) For the purpose of the said negotiations, the Permanent Bilateral Working Commission will appoint one or more bilateral subcommissions of experts to study the issues and make proposals.

c) The Parties intend to commence the aforementioned negotiations within three months of entry into force of the present Agreement, and aim to reach agreement within two years from the beginning of the negotiations.

d) During the period of these negotiations, actions incompatible with these commitments shall be avoided.

Article 11  

§ 1. The Holy See and the State of Israel declare their respective commitment to the promotion of the peaceful resolution of conflicts among States and nations, excluding violence and terror from international life.

§ 2. The Holy See, while maintaining in every case the right to exercise its moral and spiritual teaching-office, deems it opportune to recall that, owing to its own character, it is solemnly committed to remaining a stranger to all merely temporal conflicts, which principle applies specifi­cally to disputed territories and unsettled borders.

Article 12  

The Holy See and the State of Israel will continue to negotiate in good faith in pursuance of the Agenda agreed upon in Jerusalem, on 15 July 1992, and confirmed at the Vatican, on 29 July 1992; likewise on issues arising from Articles of the present Agreement, as well as on other issues bilaterally agreed upon as objects of negotiation.

Article 13  

§ 1. In this Agreement the Parties use these terms in the following sense:

a) "The Catholic Church" and "the Church" – including, inter alia, its Communities and institutions;

b) "Communities" of the Catholic Church - meaning the Catholic religious entities considered by the Holy See as Churches sui iuris and by the State of Israel as Recognized Religious Communities;

c) "The State of Israel" and "the State" – including, inter alia, its authorities established by law.

§ 2. Notwithstanding the validity of this Agreement as between the Parties, and without detracting from the generality of any applicable rule of law with reference to treaties, the Parties agree that this Agreement does not prejudice rights and obligations arising from existing treaties between either Party and a State or States, which are known and in fact available to both Parties at the time of the signature of this Agreement.

Article 14  

§ 1. Upon signature of the present Fundamental Agreement and in preparation for the establishment of full diplomatic relations, the Holy See and the State of Israel exchange Special Representatives, whose rank and privileges are specified in an Additional Protocol.

§ 2. Following the entry into force and immediately upon the beginning of the implementation of the present Fundamental Agreement, the Holy See and the State of Israel will establish full diplomatic relations at the level of Apostolic Nunciature, on the part of the Holy See, and Embassy, on the part of the State of Israel.
Article 15  

This Agreement shall enter into force on the date of the latter notification of ratification by a Party.

Done in two original copies in the English and Hebrew languages, both texts being equally authentic. In case of divergency, the English text shall prevail.

Signed in Jerusalem, this thirtieth day of the month of December, in the year 1993, which corresponds to the sixteenth day of the month of Tevet, in the year 5754.
Dr. Yossi BEILIN  
For the Holy See  
For the Government of the State of Israel  

1. In relation to Art. 14 § 1 of the Fundamental Agreement, signed by the Holy See and the State of Israel, the "Special Representatives" shall have, respectively, the personal rank of Apostolic Nuncio and Ambassador.

2. These Special Representatives shall enjoy all the rights, privileges and immunities granted to Heads of Diplomatic Missions under international law and common usage, on the basis of reciprocity.

3. The Special Representative of the State of Israel to the Holy See, while residing in Italy, shall enjoy all the rights, privileges and immunities defined by Art. 12 of the Treaty of 1929 between the Holy See and Italy, regarding Envoys of Foreign Governments to the Holy See residing in Italy. The rights, privileges and immunities extended to the personnel of a Diplomatic Mission shall likewise be granted to the personnel of the Israeli Special Representative's Mission. According to an established custom, neither the Special Representative, nor the official members of his Mission, can at the same time be members of Israel's Diplomatic Mission to Italy.

4. The Special Representative of the Holy See to the State of Israel may at the same time exercise other representative functions of the Holy See and be accredited to other States. He and the personnel of his Mission shall enjoy all the rights, privileges and immunities granted by Israel to Diplomatic Agents and Missions.

5. The names, rank and functions of the Special Representatives will appear, in an appropriate way, in the official lists of Foreign Missions accredited to each Party.

Signed in Jerusalem, this thirtieth day of the month of December, in the year 1993, which corresponds to the sixteenth day of the month of Tevet, in the year 5754.
Dr. Yossi BEILIN  
For the Holy See  
For the Government of the State of Israel  

Conventio rata est ab Israelis Statu anno 1994 die XX mensis Februarii, eodemque die Apostolica Sedes de hac re est edocta. Comprobatio ab Apostolica Sede facta est die VII mensis Martii anno 1994, atque Status Israelis edoctus est die X eiusdem mensis, quo die Conventio ipsa auctoritatem incepit.

*A.A.S., vol. LXXXVI (1994), n. 9, pp. 716-728.


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Première prise de parole du pape au début de son pèlerinage en Terre sainte, le samedi 24 mai 2014 au palais royal Al-Husseini, à Amman (Jordanie).

Chers frères Evêques,
Chers amis,

Je remercie Dieu de pouvoir visiter le Royaume Hachémite de Jordanie, sur les traces de mes prédécesseurs Paul VI, Jean-Paul II et Benoît XVI, et je remercie Sa Majesté le Roi Abdullah II pour ses cordiales paroles de bienvenue, dans le vivant souvenir de notre récente rencontre au Vatican. J’étends mon salut aux membres de la famille royale, au Gouvernement et au peuple de Jordanie, terre riche d’histoire et de signification pour le Judaïsme, le Christianisme et l’Islam.

Ce pays fait un accueil généreux à un grand nombre de réfugiés palestiniens, irakiens, et provenant d’autres régions en crise, en particulier la Syrie toute proche, bouleversée par un conflit qui dure depuis trop longtemps. Un tel accueil mérite, Majesté, l’estime et le soutien de la communauté internationale. L’Eglise Catholique, selon ses possibilités, veut s’engager dans l’assistance aux réfugiés et à ceux qui vivent dans le besoin, surtout par l’intermédiaire de Caritas Jordanie.

Alors que je constate avec douleur la permanence de fortes tensions au Moyen Orient, je remercie les Autorités du Royaume pour ce qu’elles font et je les encourage à continuer de s’engager dans la recherche d’une paix durable, souhaitée pour toute la région ; dans ce but une solution pacifique à la crise syrienne est plus que jamais nécessaire et urgente, ainsi qu’une solution juste au conflit israélo-palestinien.

Je profite de cette occasion pour renouveler mon profond respect et mon estime pour la communauté musulmane, et manifester mon appréciation pour le rôle de guide joué par Sa Majesté le Roi dans la promotion d’une plus juste compréhension des vertus proclamées par l’Islam, et la sereine cohabitation entre fidèles des différentes religions. Vous un êtes un homme de paix, un artisan de paix : merci !

J’exprime ma reconnaissance à la Jordanie pour avoir encouragé diverses initiatives importantes en faveur du dialogue interreligieux pour la promotion de la compréhension entre Juifs, Chrétiens et Musulmans, parmi lesquelles le « Message Interreligieux d’Amman », et pour avoir promu au sein de l’ONU la célébration annuelle de la « Semaine d’Harmonie entre les Religions ».

Je voudrais maintenant adresser un salut plein d’affection aux communautés chrétiennes soignées par ce Royaume. Présentes dans le pays depuis les temps apostoliques, elles offrent leur contribution au bien commun de la société dans laquelle elles sont pleinement insérées. Bien qu’étant aujourd’hui numériquement minoritaires, elles peuvent développer une action qualifiée et appréciée dans les champs éducatif et sanitaire, par des écoles et des hôpitaux, et elles peuvent professer avec tranquillité leur foi, dans le respect de la liberté religieuse qui est un droit humain fondamental et que je souhaite vivement être tenu en grande considération partout au Moyen Orient et dans le monde entier. Celui-ci « comprend à la fois au niveau individuel et collectif, la liberté de suivre sa conscience en matière religieuse et la liberté de culte… la liberté de choisir la religion que l’on juge être vraie et de manifester publiquement sa propre croyance » (Benoît XVI, Exort. Ap. Ecclesia in Medio Oriente, n. 26). Les chrétiens se sentent et sont citoyens à part entière, et ils entendent contribuer à la construction de la société avec leurs concitoyens musulmans, en offrant leur contribution propre et spécifique.

J’adresse enfin un souhait spécial pour la paix et la prospérité du Royaume de Jordanie et de son peuple, avec le vœu que cette visite contribue à augmenter et à promouvoir les bonnes et cordiales relations entre chrétiens et musulmans. Et que le Seigneur Dieu nous défende tous de cette peur du changement à laquelle, vous Majesté, vous avez fait référence tout à l'heure...

Je vous remercie pour votre accueil et votre courtoisie. Que Dieu Tout Puissant et Miséricordieux accorde à Vos Majestés bonheur et longue vie, et qu’il comble la Jordanie de ses bénédictions. Salam !

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Le voyage du Pape en Terre Sainte nous démontre que le Pape se présente à la face du monde comme étant le seul qui peut rétablir la PAIX au Moyen-Orient. Ils ont un agenda international bien précis, mais présenté sous le signe de la religion, le Pape trompe le monde entier, car seul le Messie pourra rétablir la véritable PAIX dans ce monde. Il devra d'abord, lorsqu'il reviendra détruire ses ennemis qui sont en train de s'emparer de la ville Sainte de Jérusalem et qui prennent tant de plaisir à détruire les nations, en les montants les uns contre les autres afin d'amener ce grand changement, au niveau de la Communauté Internationale. Leur plan précis est la destruction du peuple juif dans son entier, car la lumière ne peut cohabiter avec les ténèbres.

Créé le 24/05/2014 / modifié le 24/05/2014 à 18h11

Prononcée le 24 mai 2014, en Jordanie, au premier jour du pèlerinage du pape en Terre sainte.

Dans l’Évangile, nous avons entendu la promesse de Jésus aux disciples : « Je prierai le Père, et il vous donnera un autre Paraclet, pour qu’il soit avec vous à jamais » (Jn 14,16). Le premier Défenseur est Jésus lui-même ; l’« autre » est l’Esprit Saint.

Nous nous trouvons ici non loin du lieu où l’Esprit Saint est descendu avec puissance sur Jésus de Nazareth, après que Jean l’a baptisé dans le Jourdain (Cf. Mt 3,16). Aujourd'hui, je me rendrai là-bas. L’Évangile de ce dimanche, ainsi que ce lieu, dans lequel par la grâce de Dieu je suis en pèlerinage, nous invitent à méditer sur l’Esprit Saint, sur ce qu’il accomplit dans le Christ et en nous, et que nous pouvons résumer ainsi : l’Esprit accomplit trois actions. Il prépare, il oint, il envoie.

Au moment du baptême, l’Esprit se pose sur Jésus pour le préparer à sa mission de salut ; mission caractérisée par le style du Serviteur humble et doux, prêt au partage et au don total de soi. Mais l’Esprit Saint, présent dès le début de l’histoire du salut, avait déjà opéré en Jésus au moment de sa conception dans le sein virginal de Marie de Nazareth, réalisant l’événement admirable de l’Incarnation : « l’Esprit Saint viendra sur toi (dit l'ange à Marie), il te couvrira de son ombre – dit l’ange à Marie – et tu enfanteras un Fils auquel tu donneras le nom de Jésus » (Cf. Lc 1, 35). Ensuite, l’Esprit Saint avait agi en Siméon et Anne le jour de la présentation de Jésus au Temple (Cf. Lc 2,22). Tous deux dans l’attente du Messie ; tous deux inspirés par l’Esprit Saint, Siméon et Anne ont l’intuition, à la vue de l’enfant, qu’il est vraiment Celui qui est attendu par tout le peuple. Dans l’attitude prophétique des deux vieillards s’exprime la joie de la rencontre avec le Rédempteur et, dans un certain sens, une préparation de la rencontre entre le Messie et le peuple a lieu.

Les diverses interventions de l’Esprit Saint font partie d’une action harmonique, d’un unique projet divin d’amour. La mission de l’Esprit Saint, en effet, est de générer l’harmonie – lui-même est harmonie – et de faire la paix dans les différents contextes et entre des sujets divers. La diversité de personnes et de pensée ne doit pas provoquer refus et obstacles, parce que la variété est toujours un enrichissement. Par conséquent, aujourd’hui, invoquons avec un cœur ardent l’Esprit Saint, en lui demandant de préparer la route de la paix et de l’unité.

En deuxième lieu, l’Esprit Saint oint. Il a oint intérieurement Jésus, et il oint les disciples, pour qu’ils aient les mêmes sentiments que Jésus et puissent ainsi assumer dans leur vie les attitudes qui favorisent la paix et la communion. Avec l’onction de l’Esprit, notre humanité est marquée de la sainteté de Jésus Christ et cette onction nous rend capables d’aimer nos frères avec l’amour même dont Dieu nous aime. Par conséquent, il est nécessaire de poser des gestes d’humilité, de fraternité, de pardon, de réconciliation. Ces gestes sont les prémices et la condition pour une paix vraie, solide et durable. Demandons au Père de nous oindre afin que nous devenions pleinement ses enfants, toujours plus conformes au Christ, pour nous sentir tous frères et ainsi éloigner de nous rancunes et divisions et nous aimer fraternellement. C’est ce que Jésus nous a demandé dans l’Évangile : « Si vous m’aimez, vous garderez mes commandements ; et je prierai le Père, et il vous donnera un autre Paraclet pour qu’il soit avec vous à jamais » (Jn 14, 15-16).

Et enfin l’Esprit Saint envoie. Jésus est l’Envoyé, rempli de l’Esprit du Père. Oints du même Esprit, nous sommes aussi envoyés comme messagers et témoins de paix. Combien le monde a besoin de nous en tant que messagers de paix, comme témoins de paix ! C'est une nécessité que le monde a, que le monde nous demande : porter la paix, témoigner de la paix.

La paix ne peut s’acheter, elle ne se vend pas : elle est un don à recevoir avec patience et à construire « artisanalement » par des petits et des grands gestes qui impliquent notre vie quotidienne. Le chemin de la PAIX consolide si nous reconnaissons que nous avons tous le même sang et faisons partie du genre humain ; si nous n’oublions pas que nous avons un unique Père céleste et que nous sommes tous ses enfants, faits à son image et à sa ressemblance.

Dans cet esprit je vous embrasse tous : le Patriarche, mes frères évêques, les prêtres, les personnes consacrées, les fidèles laïcs, les nombreux enfants qui, aujourd’hui, reçoivent la première communion, ainsi que leurs familles. Mon cœur s’adresse aussi aux nombreux réfugiés chrétiens – nous tous, avec notre cœur, nous nous adressons à eux – ,ces nombreux réfugiés chrétiens  provenant de la Palestine, de la Syrie et de l’Irak : portez à vos familles et à vos communautés mon salut et ma proximité.

Chers amis ! L’Esprit Saint est descendu sur Jésus près du Jourdain et a commencé son œuvre de rédemption pour libérer le monde du péché et de la mort. Demandons-lui de préparer nos cœurs à la rencontre avec nos frères au-delà des différences d’idées, de langues, de cultures, de religions ; demandons-lui d’oindre tout notre être de l’huile de sa miséricorde qui guérit les blessures des erreurs, des incompréhensions, des controverses ; demandons-lui la grâce de nous envoyer avec humilité et douceur sur les sentiers exigeants, mais féconds, de la recherche de la paix. Amen !

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Mgr Auza évoque le sort des réfugiés palestiniens

Rome, 7 novembre 2014 (Zenit.org) Anne Kurian 

Le Saint-Siège invite à « ne jamais perdre l'espoir » de voir la paix régner en Terre Sainte. Si « la responsabilité fondamentale revient aux Israéliens et aux Palestiniens », cependant la communauté internationale est appelée à « user de son influence pour amener les parties en conflit » à la table du dialogue, souligne-t-il.

Mgr Bernardito Auza, observateur permanent du Saint-Siège aux Nations-Unies à New York, est intervenu devant le Comité spécial de décolonisation, lors de la 69e session de l'Assemblée générale des Nations Unies, sur le thème des réfugiés palestiniens au Proche-Orient, le 5 novembre 2014.

Ne jamais perdre l'espoir

Il a déploré la « moisson de mort et de destruction » récoltée par les Israéliens et les Palestiniens, en particulier les habitants de Gaza, récemment : « encore un processus de paix qui n'a pas abouti... ».

Le Saint-Siège a lancé à nouveau « un appel pressant à mettre fin à ce cycle vicieux de la violence » et à « apporter la STABILITE et la PAIX en Terre Sainte » : « la responsabilité fondamentale revient aux Israéliens et aux Palestiniens eux-mêmes », a-t-il souligné.

Mais la communauté internationale est appelée à « user de son influence et de ses ressources pour amener les parties en conflit à un dialogue de fond, qui nécessite de la bonne volonté et des compromis », a ajouté Mgr Auza.

Il a invité à « ne jamais perdre l'espoir que la PAIX, si nécessaire et si désirée, finisse par naître dans ce pays si cher et si sacré pour tant de personnes ».

Pour le Saint-Siège, « la PAIX  ne peut être obtenue que par la reconnaissance du droit de deux États à exister et à vivre en PAIX et en SECURITE dans des frontières internationalement reconnues ». Il a souhaité aussi « des dispositions assorties de garanties internationales pour assurer la liberté de religion et de conscience des habitants de la ville sainte de Jérusalem » et « l'accès permanent et libre aux lieux saints pour les fidèles de toutes les religions et nationalités ».

Cesser les fournitures d'armes

L'archevêque a rappelé les divers plaidoyers du pape François, qui a visité lui-même la Terre Sainte en mai dernier (24-26 mai) : « en de nombreuses occasions, il a souligné que la poursuite des violences n'était pas le chemin de la PAIX... il a demandé également que soient restreintes les fournitures d'armes dans la région ».

« La région n'a pas besoin de plus d'armes ! Les énormes sommes d'argent en jeu pourraient être mieux utilisés en fournissant de meilleurs services aux personnes touchées par le conflit », a fait observer Mgr Auza.

Enfin, il a exprimé la compassion du Saint-Siège pour « ceux qui vivent les dures réalités de la région », en particulier « les chrétiens qui, bien que citoyens de la région depuis les temps anciens, ont été contraints d'abandonner en nombre leurs maisons et de se réfugier ailleurs ou dans d'autres pays ».

Le financement de l'aide humanitaire est aujourd'hui « en baisse » par rapport aux besoins, a-t-il poursuivi en appelant à « plus de solidarité ». Il s'agit de « fournir une éducation, des soins de santé et des services sociaux aux populations touchées », sans distinction de croyance.

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Published time: October 30, 2010 18:49
Edited time: October 30, 2010 18:49

A high-ranking Israeli official on Sunday slammed a statement from Catholic bishops, who called for international organizations to lead the cause of Palestinian statehood.

Greek-Melchite Archbishop Cyrille Bustros sparked an interreligious firestorm when he suggested that Israel was “using Scripture” to continue its occupation of Palestinian territory.

"The Holy Scriptures cannot be used to justify the return of Jews to Israel and the displacement of the Palestinians,” Bustros said at the close of a two-week conference in Rome, Italy, to justify the occupation by Israel of Palestinian lands.

The Archbishop then questioned the biblical idea of a “promised land” set aside by a specific group of people.

"We Christians cannot speak of the promised land as an exclusive right for a privileged Jewish people,” Bustros continued. "This promise was nullified by Christ. There is no longer a chosen people – all men and women of all countries have become the chosen people." = Lie

Bustros led the group that drafted the synod's concluding statement on Israel and the Palestinians.

The controversial comments came at the conclusion of a two-week Vatican conference assembled to discuss the plight of Christians in the Middle East.

Pope Benedict XVI was in attendance at the synod and celebrated Mass in St. Peter's Cathedral on Sunday with the bishops.

Israel responds

On Sunday, Israeli Deputy Foreign Minister Danny Ayalon criticized the concluding statement of the conference, saying the forum has been “hijacked by an anti-Israeli majority."

"We express our disappointment that this important synod has become a forum for political attacks on Israel in the best history of Arab propaganda," Ayalon said in a statement. "The synod was hijacked by an anti-Israel majority."

Ayalon then called on the Vatican to distance itself from the comments, which the Israeli official said amounted to “libel.”

"We call on the Vatican to distance themselves from Archbishop Bustros' comments which are a libel against the Jewish People and the State of Israel and should not be construed as the Vatican's official position," the foreign minister said in his statement. "These outrageous comments should not cast a shadow over the important relationship between the Vatican, the state of Israel and the Jewish people."

The Palestinian Authority, however, praised Bustros’ comments.

"Israel cannot use the biblical concept of a promised land or chosen people to justify new settlements in Jerusalem or Israeli territorial claims," Saeb Erakat, a spokesman for Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas, said in a statement released Sunday.

Erakat said the synod sent "a clear a message to the government of Israel that it may not claim that Jerusalem is an exclusively Israeli city."

"The Palestinian people will thus have an independent and sovereign homeland where they can live with dignity and security," the statement continued optimistically. "The State of Israel will be able to enjoy PEACE and SECURITY within their internationally recognized borders."

"The Holy City of Jerusalem will be able to acquire its proper status, which respects its particular character, its holiness and the religious patrimony of the three religions: Jewish, Christian and Muslim," it said. "We hope that the two-state-solution might become a reality and not a dream only."

Pope Benedict XVI first called for a two-state solution to the Middle East crisis during a visit to the region in May 2009 when he voiced the Vatican's support of a sovereign Palestinian homeland. At the time, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was opposed to a two-state solution.

The Vatican, however, eager to boost its sagging popularity worldwide, noted during the synod that only 2.1 per cent of those living in Israel are Christian, who continue to be outnumbered by high Jewish and Muslim birthrates.

The Catholic Church also mentioned conflict, religious discrimination and economic woes as the cause of its shrinking influence in the Middle East.

No sign of apology

The Vatican in January blamed Israel not only for the exodus of Christians from Palestinian-controlled territories, but for the plight of Christians across the entire Middle East.

The statement, which served as the basis for the latest Vatican synod, was also authored by Arab bishops from the Middle East, who argued that Israel’s "occupation" of Arab-claimed lands is the root cause of most of the oppression suffered by Christians in the region.

They suggested that in the absence of an "occupation," radical Islamic forces across the Middle East would lose their support base, and stop causing problems for Christians.

The Vatican said they were not trying to take sides in the issue, but that the Arab bishops “know the situation well.”

This is not the first time of late that religious tensions have boiled over between the adherents of Judaism and Christianity.

Earlier this year, the Catholic Church became suddenly embroiled in a string of pedophile cases, some of them dating back many years. Some inside of the Catholic Church saw a “Jewish conspiracy” behind the reports.

Cardinal Oscar Andres Rodriguez Meridiaga, the archbishop of Honduras, said there was something curious about the media’s timing of the revelations, coming as they did as the conflict in the Middle East was heating up.

"It certainly makes me think that in a moment in which all the attention of the mass media was focused on the Middle East, all the many injustices done against the Palestinian people, the print media and the TV in the United States became obsessed with sexual scandals that happened 40 years ago, 30 years ago…"

L'Osservatore Romano, the Vatican's daily newspaper, criticized what it said was a "clear and despicable intention" by the media to strike at Benedict "at any cost."

American lawyer Alan Dershowitz, a well known defender of Israeli interests, called the Cardinal’s assertions a “cockamamie theory” and “blood libels,” while arguing that much of the criticism (concerning the pedophile cases) “comes from disappointed Catholics.”

Strange how two religions that emerged from the same seed are so committed to dragging each other down at every opportunity.


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Préoccupation du pape pour la montée de la tension à Jérusalem

Rome, 19 novembre 2014 (Zenit.org) Anne Kurian 

Le pape François appelle les parties impliquées dans le conflit en Terre Sainte à prendre « des décisions courageuses pour la RECONCILIATION et la PAIX » : «  Construire la PAIX est une tâche difficile, mais vivre sans PAIX est un tourment ».

Au terme de l'audience générale de ce mercredi matin, 19 novembre 2014, place Saint-Pierre, le pape a en effet évoqué la situation de Jérusalem lors des salutations en italien : la Ville Sainte subit une escalade de la violence, depuis l’enlèvement de trois jeunes Israéliens, le 12 juin.

Israéliens et Palestiniens sont tombés dans un cycle d’attaques et de représailles, notamment à Jérusalem-Est, qui est le théâtre d'émeutes, d'arrestations et d'actes de violences.

« Je suis avec préoccupation la montée alarmante de la tension à Jérusalem et dans d'autres zones de la Terre Sainte, avec des épisodes inacceptables de violence qui n'épargnent même pas les lieux de culte », a déclaré le pape François.

Hier, 18 novembre, un attentat contre la synagogue Kehilat-Yaakov dans le quartier d’Har Nof, à Jérusalem-Ouest, a fait cinq victimes.

Il a assuré de sa « prière particulière » pour « toutes les victimes de cette situation dramatique et pour tous ceux qui en souffrent les conséquences ».

« Du plus profond du coeur, j’adresse un appel aux parties impliquées afin que l’on mette fin à la spirale de haine et de violence et pour que soient prises des décisions courageuses pour la RECONCILIATION et la PAIX. Construire la PAIX est une tâche difficile, mais vivre sans PAIX est un tourment ! », a ajouté le pape.

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Jordan: a minute's silence for the 2 terrorists of Jerusalem

(Jordanie: une minute de silence pour les 2 terroristes de Jérusalem)


All working for the desctruction of Israël

PM said Abdullah and Waqf needed to take a larger role in preventing disturbances, while king called for MKs to end visits to holy site, according to new details of Amman talks

By Tamar Pileggi and Times of Israel staff November 17, 2014, 2:09 pm

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A handout picture released by the Jordanian Royal Palace shows Jordan's King Abdullah II (R) during a trilateral meeting with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (C) and US Secretary of State John Kerry in Amman on November 13, 2014. (Photo credit: AFP/JORDANIAN ROYAL PALACE/ HO / YOUSEF ALLAN)

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, at a meeting in Amman last week, called on Jordan’s king and the Islamic foundation that administers the Temple Mount to exercise their authority to prevent disturbances at the holy site, according to details revealed in an Israeli report Monday.

During the Thursday meeting, attended by Netanyahu and US Secretary of State John Kerry, Jordan’s King Abdullah II expressed dissatisfaction regarding the Jewish Knesset members who had visited the Temple Mount in recent weeks, telling Netanyahu that their presence was inconsistent with the prime minister’s public assurances of maintaining the status quo of the compound, known to Muslims as the Haram al-Sharif.

In response, Netanyahu reportedly told the king he was unable to restrict the movements of MKs, according to news site NRG.

Abdullah, however did acknowledge President Reuven Rivlin and Netanyahu’s recent requests that right-wing MKs refrain from visiting the contested holy site, and noted the decline in such visits over the last week, the Hebrew daily reported.

Netanyahu reiterated his commitment to Abdullah and Kerry that Israel has no intention of changing the delicate status quo at the Temple Mount, including leaving in place a controversial Israeli policy that bans prayer by non-Muslim visitors.

According to NRG, Netanyahu reminded Abdullah that Jordan maintains administrative control of the holy site, and encouraged the Hashemite Kingdom to take a larger role in restoring quiet. Netanyahu also pointed out that the recent clashes were carried out with the full knowledge of the Jerusalem Waqf.

Under the terms of the Israel-Jordan peace treaty, the Temple Mount remains under Jordanian custodianship through the Waqf authorities, who maintain administrative charge of the holy site.

The site — the holiest in Judaism, and the third-holiest in Islam — has been a source of increased tensions between Israelis and Palestinians, which have led to a number of violent clashes, four terror attacks and an attempted assassination of a Temple Mount activist in just under a month.

Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas, who was invited to attend the talks discussing the recent surge in violence in Jerusalem, refused to participate due to Netanyahu’s presence, according to the report, which cited an anonymous Palestinian source who spoke to the London-based Arabic daily Al-Quds al-Araby.

Netanyahu has publicly accused Palestinian Authority officials of disseminating irresponsible and false incitement against Israel, straining relations between Jerusalem and Ramallah.

Jordan has taken a tough stance toward Israeli presence on the Temple Mount, and recalled its ambassador to Israel two weeks ago after an incident in which Israeli police entered the Al-Aqsa Mosque in the Temple Mount compound.

Kerry praised the “enormously constructive role of Jordan in trying to resolve these challenges,” at a press conference after the Amman talks, and went on to say that Israel and Jordan had agreed to take steps to “de-escalate the situation” in Jerusalem and to “restore confidence.”

Hours after the Amman talks, Israel announced that there would be no age restrictions for Muslim worshipers on the Temple Mount on Friday for the weekly prayer, in an effort to lower tensions between Israel and Palestinians over the Jerusalem holy site. Restrictions on male worshipers have been imposed on several recent Fridays. The police have, on occasion, barred access to the site to Palestinian men under 35, or sometimes 50, years of age, fearing unrest and riots. Females of all ages have been allowed access the site.

“Firm commitments” were made to maintain the status quo at the compound in Israeli-annexed East Jerusalem which is holy to both Jews and Muslims, Kerry said at the press conference.

Jordan’s Foreign Minister Nasser Judeh said Amman would review its decision to recall its envoy to Israel based on Jerusalem’s implementation of its commitments to restore calm.

“Recalling our ambassador for consultation was a very clear signal that something has to be done to check these actions that are causing great concern,” Judeh said. “With intensively diplomacy we have seen a commitment on the part of Israel to respect and maintain the status quo and respect the Jordanian custodianship (of the holy sites). We have to wait to see if this is done.”



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By Athena Yenko | November 28, 2014 2:52 PM EST

Pope Francis addresses humans' ancient question on when and how the end of the world will take place. On Nov 27, he addressed pilgrims during his weekly General Audience in St Peter's Square.

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Pope Francis leaves after leading a thanksgiving mass for Canadian Saints in St.Peter's Basilica at the Vatican, October 12, 2014.

Pope Francis said people had been spontaneously thinking about how the final passage will take place and what will happen to humanity and to the world that surrounds humans. He said these questions exist and, in fact, even the disciples of Jesus had the very same questions. He added these questions are ancient human questions.

He said even the Church knows no answer to these questions. Church leaders do not know the time for the "consummation of the earth and of humanity." Yes, the Earth is already deformed by sin and this world shall pass away. However, God promised a new dwelling place and a new Earth is being prepared; in this new world, justice will abide and God shall answer and quenched humans' longing for PEACE - Pope Francis highlighted quoting the Second Vatican Council's Pastoral Constitution on the Church in the Modern World.

With this, Pope Francis said, the end of the world is not actually a destruction of the world but rather a transformation to a new truthful and beautiful universe. "It is not an annihilation of the universe and all that surrounds us, rather it brings everything to its fullness of being, truth and beauty," the Pope told the pilgrims.

The Church shall evolve towards this transformation, towards the "new Jerusalem," or "Paradise." He emphasised this transformation is more than a place but a state of being. "We will all find ourselves up there! All of us in heaven," - thinking this way strengthens our soul, he said.

Read Pope Francis' full address.

In his mass in Casa Santa Marta on Nov 28, he had also spoken in the same tune. He spoke of the fall of Babylon and Jerusalem from which the First Reading from Revelation and the Gospel from St Luke Chapter 21 highlighted the end of this world. He said these two cities fell for different reasons.

Babylon fell because of its corruption, and corrupt culture makes people believe they were already in heaven - such is also the case at present. Babylon symbolises every people, culture and society who turned away from God.

Jerusalem fell because it was distracted. He said Jesus was knocking at Jerusalem's door but it was not willing to receive Jesus.

The Pope said, people should ask whether they are like the corrupt Babylon or the distracted Jerusalem. He said with many people and nations living with hatred and spiritual worldliness, the end times becomes true. "All of this will fall! Let us ask the Lord for the grace to be prepared for the banquet that awaits us," the Pope said.

Read Pope Francis' Full address.

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Written by Dr. Nurit Hirschfeld

Wednesday, November 26, 2014

I'billin, Israel - During a time of escalating tension among religious groups, leaders of Israel’s four main religions came together for an interfaith forum on "Religion and Reconciliation." The Jerusalem Forum for Interfaith Understanding and Cooperation among Religions held the event, on the theme “Religion and Reconciliation,” on Nov. 26, 2014, in the Mar Elias Education Center in the northern Arab town of I'billin.

The center, which bears the Arab name for the prophet Elijah and is located at the top of a hill, was founded by Archbishop Elias Shakur of the Greek Catholic Church, who hosted the event with the support of Father Masoud Abu-Hatoum, a dedicated Ambassador for Peace.

Despite the rainy weather, the 27 participants—Druze, Muslims, Christians and Jews—came to demonstrate their determination and strong faith in the goals of peace and reconciliation.

Dr. Nurit Hirschfeld, director of the interfaith forum, opened the meeting by expressing the hope that “we can act as a family by supporting one another in times of difficulties, while continuing to strive and work together for peace.”

Quoting UPF founder Rev. Sun Myung Moon from the book World Scripture, she read: “If each side insists, ‘I exist for myself,’ they can never be reconciled. To achieve the goal of peace, people on both sides need to take the position, ‘I exist for you.’ Then they can come to the point of consoling one another. Peace can arise only when we say to our opponent, ‘I am here for you.’”

The Druze delegation, led by Sheik Samich Natur, expressed their commitment to peace and shared heartwarming stories of people transcending the borders of religion or ethnicity. One story told of a synagogue in the Arab town of Shefar-Am being cared for by a Muslim family.

Archbishop Shakur offered a warm welcome and mentioned our collective responsibility to raise our voices for peace. “Religions should act in unity, based on their common grounds, rather than be divided by differences,” he said. Politicians can sign peace or cease-fire agreements, he said, but those who actually make peace are people of faith. “Peace starts from the level of the individual, and moves on to the level of the family, the neighbors and the whole society,” he concluded.

Professor Yoram Hirschfeld from Tel Aviv University talked about the simple fact that we are first and foremost human beings. “When and how did it happen,” he expressed painfully, “that we started judging people according to their religion, race or color?” He added, “When I meet a person, I would want to know his personality, interests and hobbies, family; only much later would I ask about his religion or ethnic group!”

Rabbi Yaakov Luft from Mevaseret Zion, a suburb of Jerusalem, talked about the important role of religious leaders in bringing peace to the region. “Religious power is strong; if we ignore it, peace cannot be established,” he said. Those who say that religions have brought only damage and ruin to humanity should think again and investigate the atrocities and lost lives that occurred in the name of atheistic philosophies like communism or ultra-nationalist ideologies such as fascism. “Indeed, religious leaders should act peacefully and not use their power to act in evil ways,” he said. Rabbi Luft concluded by touching on the importance of educational programs in promoting peace.

Mr. Yaron Hirschfeld from the Jewish-Arab friendship association Reut-Shchenim briefly responded to Rabbi Luft's comments. He said he understands why many people reject religion, since those who use religion for violence and fanaticism are often much louder. “I want to hear more religious leaders speak for peace and act for peace,” he said. “The voice of peace should be heard louder and louder; otherwise even those who have long believed in the path of peace can lose hope and stop believing in peace.”  

The meeting ended with a tour of the beautiful Mar Elias church, with its many inter-religious and interfaith motifs, including the church’s bronze gate showing an etching of Jesus gathering children to him from various religions of the world.


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Iyad Madani, head of Organization of Islamic Cooperation, to arrive January 5 for unprecedented visit to Al-Aqsa Mosque, Ramallah

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Iyad Madani, the secretary-general of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (photo credit: AP/Hasan Jamali)

RIYADH, Saudi Arabia — The world’s largest bloc of Islamic countries says its secretary general will make his first official visit to East Jerusalem on January 5 and visit one of Islam’s holiest sites.

The Saudi-based Organization of Islamic Cooperation comprises 57 Muslim-majority nations. Saudi-born Iyad Madani became secretary general in January last year.

The OIC said Thursday that Madani will visit the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound after meeting in Ramallah with Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas.

Tensions have flared surrounding the holy site, known to Jews as the Temple Mount.

Madani told The Associated Press in May that he encourages Muslims from all over the world to go to Al-Aqsa and “confirm that this mosque is a part of their faith.”


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http://marialeroux1.clicforum.fr/image/110/0/9/b/wcc-logo2-47493a3.jpeg.htm KAIROS PALESTINE’S DOCUMENT “A MOMENT OF TRUTH”: HOPES, ASPIRATIONS, IMPACT

Students pass by an Israeli military flying checkpoint set up in order to check their IDs on their way to and from school. Photo: EAPPI/C. Heberlein

04 February 2015

By Sandra Cox (*)

An influential document full of hopes and aspirations, having received worldwide acclaim for highlighting the struggle of Palestinians against oppressive Israeli occupation, continues to seek a future after its fifth anniversary was celebrated in December last year.

When Kairos Palestine’s A Moment of Truth: A word of faith, hope, and love from the heart of Palestine suffering was issued in 2009, it was the first time lay people, churches of various denominations and Palestinian Christians had spoken with a single voice on the Palestine-Israel situation. What started as a local ecumenical document soon became an international movement.

A Moment of Truth is a call to people of faith and other “peace-buildersto help end Israeli occupation by standing with the Palestinian people who, it says, have suffered oppression, displacement and “clear apartheid” for more than six decades. The effort was inspired by the “Kairos Document” of 1985, a theological statement issued by South African theologians and other church leaders on the crisis they faced in the final years of their nation’s apartheid era.

The text from Kairos Palestine sets out to counter theology that justifies occupation and distorts the word of God. It calls for nonviolent resistance by promoting boycott, divestment and sanctions against Israel, moves that it describes as an effort to avoid “repaying evil with evil”. It encourages a responsible and just pilgrimage to Palestinian as well as Israeli territories, and warns against illegal measures in Jerusalem, Bethlehem and occupied territories, such as land confiscation, new settlements, home demolition and movement control.

One document, a global response

A Moment of Truth is available in over 20 languages. Its impact has been widespread.

Since it was written, churches around the world have looked to it for inspiration, according to Rifat Kassis, speaking shortly before his recent departure as general coordinator of Kairos Palestine.

Although it has created controversy in some churches, it has been a source of revelation for many struggling to respond to the Palestine-Israel question.

Many churches now question their investments, deciding to walk away from support of companies that back Israeli occupation. Many pilgrims travelling to the Holy Land now include meetings with Palestinians in their itineraries. Kairos Palestine working groups have been formed in many countries and regions around the world.

In Germany, action groups related to the Evangelical Church in Germany (EKD), a member of the WCC, were faced with the hesitant and reserved response of the church to the call of Palestinians. The action groups questioned the official position on Israel-Palestine and set to work promoting A Moment of Truth and building networks.

“By spreading the message, organizing public events and developing educational tools, the movement is challenging the churches and keeping the issue alive,” states the German faith-based  group Kairos-Palestine Solidarity Network.

“In this way, movements can become agents for change, and there is still hope that the German churches could cease to side with the oppressor,” in the words of a representative of the network.

The statement from the fifth anniversary conference, held in December 2014 in Bethlehem, said many people inspired by A Moment of Truth linked their own struggles for justice with the Palestinian fight for freedom and dignity for all in Palestine and Israel.

However, not all the document’s goals had been achieved. Participants pledged to keep critiquing theology in the search for a “fair and correct” understanding of the situation, rather than a biased view that distorted the word of God. They promised to keep resisting Israel through noncompliance, civil disobedience, boycott, divestment and sanctions until the illegal occupation of Palestinian territories was ended.

A joint struggle, not another solidarity movement

Kairos is a vision of steadfastness, resistance and victory,” Kassis said. “We as Christians live in victory, and so we Palestinian Christians live with hope. As Palestinians we chose to keep our hope alive, not by wishful thinking but by action.”

A Moment of Truth is not simply another document on the shelf but a movement that inspired people everywhere, in the view of Kassis.

Supporters and “enemies” of Kairos Palestine would agree A Moment of Truth is like a missile, he said. “In five years, we managed to reach the whole globe. If you google “Kairos”, you will get millions of hits. Many organizations were consulted and formed behind Kairos.

“We are not talking about another solidarity movement but a joint struggle,” he said.

Until occupation ended, A Moment of Truth would remain a rallying point for Palestinians and Christians worldwide. The recent surge of countries recognizing Palestine was a sign of hope but more signs were needed. “This conflict can end without bloodshed. We are still under occupation, but there are signs that the world is more willing now than any time before to recognize that this is unjust.”

Where politicians had failed to bring justice and peace, the church should step in and provide the ethical and moral voice, he said. Churches need to listen to Palestinian Christians, even more so in the context of the Pilgrimage of Justice and Peace, a vision promoted by the WCC’s 10th Assembly.

“Even if churches say they are not political, it is their responsibility when human beings are in danger and dying on such a scale. I pray they take their faith in Jesus seriously and not support the oppressors or stay silent,” Kassis said.

(*) Sandra Cox is a freelance writer and photographer whose interest in ecumenical and humanitarian news stems from nearly two decades as a journalist and development worker.

Kairos Palestine’s document A Moment of Truth

Kairos Palestine 5th anniversary statement

Palestine Israel Ecumenical Forum

WCC member churches in Israel and Palestine


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15th February 2015

United Nations Skyline View, New York City.

by Rani Steelballs

In what many will view as a surprising move, the UN has voted to relocate its headquarters to Israel. According to recent U.S. polls, Americans feel that the UN has overstayed its Manhattan visit. One Alabama resident told the Israeli Daily, “Yup, they’ve been here since 1952. 51 years is long enough! Wait, what’s 2015 minus 1952?”

After nearly 63 years in the heart of New York City, the UN’s General Assembly voted on Israel as its next location. Many Israelis are thrilled at the UN’s decision. “With 17,500 resolutions against Israel, I thought they hated us,” said Tel Aviv’s Mayor. “It’s like, the whole world loves us now!” Not all Israelis agree, though. According to Israel’s hardline and pudgy Foreign Minister, “Allowing the headquarters of the UN to come here means we have to give up more territory. Watch, they’ll want a beachfront location just like the U.S. Embassy. I vote for war.” In regards to UN soldiers being stationed in Israel, the IDF’s Chief of Staff was quite direct. “Personally, I have no problem with the soldiers being here, but expect a request to change those girly powder-blue helmets to something more manly. You’re in the Middle East now!”

With the UN in Israel, resolutions against Israel will continue to be passed in Israel against Israelis, and there is no indication that the amount of UN resolutions against Israel will decline. According to one UN official who spoke off record, “we’ve got a bet on when they’ll reach 20,000. With 2,500 more to go, my money’s on next month.”

The current Israeli administration pleaded with the U.S. to help keep the UN off Israeli territory. The Israelis even put forward many other possibilities, such as the moon. The Americans however made a solid case for the UN decision and convinced the Israelis of the benefits of such a move. No one has any idea what those benefits are.

In related and more pressing news, a global petition has been started for UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador Alyssa Milano and UNHCR Special Envoy Angelina Jolie to go topless in any new upcoming movie, preferably together, in a shower scene.


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'Christian Presence Will Be Suffocated by Wall in Cremisan Valley'

Qu'est-ce qui se trame derrière tout cela?

Les chrétiens de Terre Sainte menacés par le mur de séparation Rome, 12 février 2015 (Zenit.org) Rédaction 

Les maires de Bethléem, Beit Jala et Beit Sahour, respectivement Mme Vera Baboun, M. Nicola Khamis et M. Hani al-Hayek, ont rencontré le pape François et le cardinal secrétaire d’État Pietro Parolin, hier, 11 février 2015, au terme de l'audience générale.

Selon l'agende vaticane Fides, l'entretien était consacré à la question du mur de séparation voulu par Israël, qui menace la zone fertile de Crémisan, où se trouvent des vignobles – produisant le vin de messe de Terre sainte – et des oliveraies appartenant à 58 familles chrétiennes de Beit Jala, ainsi que deux couvents et une école tenue par des salésiens.

« Ils veulent construire le mur pour ensuite exproprier les terrains qui appartiennent aux chrétiens palestiniens. Si cela a lieu, toute la zone sera suffoquée par l’étau du mur et les premiers à s’en aller seront justement les chrétiens », dénonce Vera Baboun.

« Nous avons montré au cardinal Parolin les cartes et les photos que nous avions avec nous et il nous a écoutés attentivement, avec beaucoup de préoccupation », rapporte-t-elle. M. Issa Kassissieh, ambassadeur de l’État de Palestine près le Saint-Siège, était également présent.

Selon les trois maires du « triangle chrétien » de Cisjordanie, le tracé du mur « ne répond à aucune exigence sécuritaire. Il a comme seul but de déposséder les familles chrétiennes de leurs terres pour agrandir toute la zone des colonies israéliennes qui ont déjà occupé dans ce secteur la plupart des territoires palestiniens ».

Si les terrains de la vallée – seul "poumon vert" de la zone – étaient confisqués, « il n’y aura plus d’avenir pour la survie des chrétiens. La densité de population s’élèvera au-dessus de niveaux soutenables » indique le maire de Bethléem « et nombre seront ceux qui finiront par choisir la voie de l’exode, qui réduit depuis longtemps déjà la présence chrétienne en Terre Sainte ».
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Activists: 'This day will be remembered for generations in the annals of the struggle for the return of Jews to the Temple Mount.'

By Gil Ronen
First Publish: 3/3/2015, 10:36 AM

Jewish visitors on Temple Mount

Temple activists were euphoric Monday after a precedent-setting ruling by Magistrates' Court Judge Malka Aviv in the case of Yehuda Glick vs. the Israeli Police, a day earlier. The judge ruled that the police “must make sure that Jews are able to pray on the Temple Mount” – in a ruling replete with harsh criticism of the police's policies on the Temple Mount.

Activists were quoted on a Temple activists blog as saying: “This day will be remembered for generations in the annals of the struggle for the return of Jews to the Temple Mount.”

The police are legally bound “to ensure that Jews are able to pray on the Temple Mount, and not to act sweepingly to prevent Jews from praying on the Temple Mount,” the judge determined.

Attorney Aviad Visoly, who represented Glick said Tuesday that the verdict “has made prayer on the Temple Mount 'kosher'. In essence, the court took the Supreme Court's rulings about the Jews' right to pray on the Temple Mount, and implemented them.”

"This is almost the first ruling – and certainly the most sweeping – in which the court implements the right of Jews to pray on the Temple Mount. From today, every Jew is allowed to pray on the Temple Mount. The prayer itself is not an offense.”

Judge Aviv said that the police ban on Glick's visiting the Mount was issued “without appropriate consideration” and was “arbitrary.”

“There is nothing in the deeds of the plaintiff [Glick] that justified in any way the punishment that he received, not in the ban itself and not in the extended period [of the ban],” she said.

Glick was awarded NIS 500,000 in damages and NIS 150,000 in legal costs.


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End time prophesies the Vatican will burn to the ground and the False Prophet will move to Jerusalem and rule the world.

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March 3, 2015
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Outspoken opponent of Islamic State ... Pope Francis waves to the faithful from the window of his studio overlooking St Peter's Square, at the Vatican.

Rome: The Vatican is on alert in case of an attack by Islamist militants against the city-state or Pope Francis, but officials are not aware of any specific plot, the head of Vatican security said in a rare interview.

"The threat exists. This is what has emerged from conversations with Italian and foreign colleagues," Domenico Giani told Polizia Moderna, the magazine published by Italian police, when asked if threats from Islamic State militants were credible.

"(But) at the moment I can say that we are not aware of any plan to attack the Vatican or the Holy Father," he added in the interview, published on the magazine's website on Monday.

A Swiss Guard on patrol at the start of the General Audience with the Pope, attended by thousands of people in St Peter's Square at the Vatican. Photo: Penny Bradfield

Islamic State militants have made threats against Catholic targets in Rome that have been given much space in Italian media.

Last month, in a video showing the beheading of 21 Egyptian Coptic Christians in Libya, one of the killers said: "Safety for you crusaders is something you can only wish for ... We will conquer Rome, by the will of Allah."

A website used by militants ran a photo montage showing the movement's black flag flying from the obelisk at the centre of St Peter's Square.

Executing Christians ... Members of the Islamic State (IS) jihadist group parade down a street in Libya's coastal city of Sirte. Photo: AFP

Giani said the alert level was "constantly high" in and around the tiny city-state, which sits inside Rome.

His force of some 130 agents, along with the more ceremonial Swiss Guard, protect most of the Vatican and the pope, while Italian police guard the exterior, as well as St Peter's Square.

Last month, in the wake of killings by Islamist militants in Paris and Copenhagen, 4800 soldiers were placed on the streets throughout Italy.

Protecting the Pope ... A member of the Swiss Guard closes the gate at the Arch of the Bells at St Peter's Basilica. Photo: Getty Images

Francis has several times condemned attacks by Islamic militants. On Sunday, he called for an end to their "intolerable brutality".


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News Brief  3/8/2015, Adar 17, 5775

The foreign ministers of members of the Arab League will be convening tomorrow (Monday) to discuss a new proposal for ending the 'Israeli occupation, and the establishment of a Palestinian State, according to today's (Sunday) report by the Turkish Anadolu news agency.
Their plan is to then bring their proposal before the UN's Security Council.


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Participants in a meeting with church leaders hosted at the Latin Patriarchate in Jerusalem by Patriarch Fouad Twal. © WCC/Marianne Ejdersten

12 March 2015

To express solidarity with churches and people in Israel and Palestine, the leadership of the World Council of Churches (WCC) Central Committee has undertaken a visit to Israel and Palestine from 7 to 12 March.

The delegation with Dr Agnes Abuom, moderator of the WCC Central Committee, Metropolitan Dr Gennadios of Sassima and Bishop Mary Ann Swenson, vice-moderators of the Central Committee, and Rev. Dr Olav Fykse Tveit, WCC general secretary, highlighted the WCC's focus on supporting peace initiatives in the troubled region, underlining the on-going presence and witness of the churches’ engagements.

The visit has been an expression of the pilgrimage of justice and peace, affirming the WCC's commitment to support the peace process in the Holy Land and in the Middle East, and to reflect on the on-going and clear wish for a just peace.

The visit included meetings with representatives of the WCC member churches, including Patriarch Theophilos III of Jerusalem and Bishop Dr Munib A. Younan of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Jordan & the Holy Land as well as other church leaders in Jerusalem who were hosted by Patriarch Fouad Twal in a gathering at the Latin Patriarchate in Jerusalem. The WCC delegation also met with Jewish and Muslim leaders, human rights groups (both Palestinian and Israelis), at the Peres Peace Centre with Shimon Peres, Prime Minister Al Hamdallah and the Presidential Committee for Church Affairs in Ramallah as well as representatives of ecumenical organizations. The delegation also had exposure to the conditions of life under occupation, and to successful community projects in the area.

The delegation was hosted by the Jerusalem Inter-Church Centre, an initiative of the Jerusalem churches in association with the Middle East Council of Churches and the WCC. The Centre is a coordination point for ecumenical action in and for Jerusalem and its churches.

The WCC delegation learned about the role of the churches in the region, including the work of the WCC’s Ecumenical Accompaniment Programme in Palestine and Israel (EAPPI). The EAPPI aims to work alongside Palestinians and Israelis in their nonviolent actions for peace and to carry out concerted advocacy to end the Israeli military occupation of Palestinian territories.

“Since 2002, over 1,500 volunteers have come for three months to be the Ecumenical Accompaniers (EAs). That has been one concrete initiative for the WCC to show solidarity and support to local and international efforts to bring a resolution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict with a just peace based on international law and relevant United Nations resolutions,” said Dr Agnes Abuom, moderator of the WCC Central Committee. 

Despite being a religious minority in Israel and Palestine, Christians are strongly active and visible in public life.

“Our role is to give Christian witness to the world and work for justice and peace,” said WCC general secretary Rev. Dr Olav Fykse Tveit as he explained how the WCC accompanies peace and reconciliation initiatives in the Middle East and beyond.

Tveit underlined: “We believe peace can be achieved only together with the other. We are called as the fellowship of churches to take action in support of peaceful solutions to the Palestinian-Israeli conflict.”

Among members of the WCC delegation were Georges Lemopoulos, deputy general secretary, Dr Isabel Phiri, associate general secretary for Public Witness and Diakonia, Marianne Ejdersten, the WCC’s director of communication and Rev. Garland Pierce, senior assistant to the WCC general secretary.

WCC member churches in Israel and Palestine

Statement on Economic Measures and Christian Responsibility toward Israel and Palestine
Ecumenical Accompaniment Programme in Palestine and Israel


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Les participantes et participants à une rencontre avec des responsables d’Église accueillie par le partriarche Fouad Twal au siège du Patriarcat latin de Jérusalem. © COE/Marianne Ejdersten

12 mars 2015

Version française publiée le: 17 mars 2015

Dans un esprit de solidarité avec les Églises et les populations d’Israël et de Palestine, les responsables du Comité central du Conseil œcuménique des Églises (COE) ont effectué une visite en Israël et Palestine du 7 au 12 mars.

La délégation – qui comprenait Agnes Abuom, présidente du Comité central du COE, le métropolite Gennadios de Sassima et l’évêque Mary Ann Swenson, vice-présidents du Comité central, ainsi que le pasteur Olav Fykse Tveit, secrétaire général du COE – a mis en exergue l’importance qu’accorde le COE au soutien aux initiatives de paix dans cette région troublée, rappelant la présence et le témoignage continus des Églises.

Cette visite est une expression du pèlerinage de justice et de paix, affirmant l’engagement du COE à soutenir le processus de paix en Terre Sainte et au Moyen-Orient et à mener une réflexion sur la volonté inaltérable et sans équivoque d’une paix juste.

Au programme de la visite figuraient des rencontres avec des représentants des Églises membres, notamment le patriarche Theophilos III de Jérusalem et l’évêque Munib A. Younan, de l’Église évangélique luthérienne de Jordanie et de Terre Sainte, ainsi que d’autres responsables d’Église de Jérusalem, accueillis par le patriarche Fouad Twal dans le cadre d’une réunion au siège du Patriarcat latin de Jérusalem.

La délégation du COE a en outre rencontré l’ancien président et Premier ministre israélien Shimon Peres, le Premier ministre palestinien Rami Hamdallah, ainsi que des représentants du Comité présidentiel pour les affaires ecclésiales, à Ramallah, et d’autres organisations œcuméniques.

Des réunions ont été organisées entre la délégation et des responsables juifs et musulmans, mais aussi avec des membres d’organisations de défense des droits de la personne, tant palestiniens qu’israéliens.

Les membres de la délégation ont par ailleurs pu se rendre compte par eux-mêmes des conditions de vie sous l’occupation et ils ont visité des exemples de projets communautaires ayant fait leurs preuves dans la région.

La délégation a été accueillie par le Centre inter-Églises de Jérusalem, initiative des Églises de Jérusalem en association avec le Conseil des Églises du Moyen-Orient et le COE. Le Centre sert de point de coordination de l’action œcuménique pour Jérusalem et ses Églises.

La délégation du COE a pu s’informer sur le rôle des Églises dans la région, notamment sur l’action du Programme œcuménique d’accompagnement en Palestine et en Israël (EAPPI) du COE. L’objectif de l’EAPPI est d’accompagner les Palestiniens et Israéliens dans leurs actions non violentes en faveur de la paix et de mener un plaidoyer concerté pour mettre fin à l’occupation militaire israélienne des territoires palestiniens.

«Depuis 2002, plus de 1 500 bénévoles sont venus pour des périodes de trois mois pour devenir accompagnateurs œcuméniques. Il s’agit d’une des initiatives concrètes menées par le COE pour exprimer sa solidarité et manifester son soutien aux efforts entrepris aux niveaux local et international en vue de trouver une issue au conflit israélo-palestinien par une paix juste fondée sur le droit international et les résolutions de l’ONU», a déclaré Agnes Abuom, présidente du Comité central du COE.

Bien qu’ils constituent une minorité religieuse en Israël et Palestine, les chrétiens et chrétiennes sont extrêmement actifs et visibles dans la vie publique.

«Notre rôle est d’offrir le témoignage chrétien au monde et d’œuvrer en faveur de la justice et de la paix», a déclaré le pasteur Olav Fykse Tveit, secrétaire général du COE, expliquant comment le COE accompagne les initiatives de paix et de réconciliation au Moyen-Orient et au-delà.

Le pasteur Tveit a souligné: «Nous sommes convaincus qu’on ne peut parvenir à la paix que main dans la main avec l’autre. Nous sommes appelés, en tant que communauté fraternelle d’Églises, à prendre des mesures pour trouver des solutions pacifiques au conflit israélo-palestinien.»

Parmi les membres de la délégation du COE figuraient Georges Lemopoulos, secrétaire général adjoint, Isabel Phiri, secrétaire générale associée pour le témoignage public et la diaconie, Marianne Ejdersten, directrice de la communication, et le pasteur Garland Pierce, assistant principal du secrétaire général.

Églises membres du COE en Israël et Palestine

Déclaration sur les mesures économiques et la responsabilité chrétienne envers Israël et la Palestine
Programme œcuménique d’accompagnement en Palestine et en Israël


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