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They have just completed a tour of Ireland to raise awareness of the situation in their homeland under Israeli military occupation and the plight of the dwindling Christian community there."We need only one thing, to be protected by the world against the crimes of Israel," was their central message.

The week-long visit was arranged by SADAKA, the Ireland Palestine Alliance, and part funded by Trcaire, the overseas development agency of the Catholic Church in Ireland, and Christian Aid.

Everything that has happened to the Palestinians between 1948 and today has happened to all Palestinians, including Christian Palestinians.

What we are after is freedom and dignity just as freedom and dignity have been bestowed on so many nations in the world. When we speak about peace, we also speak about justice because it is impossible to have peace without justice. Unfortunately, in the Holy Land there is no such thing as justice.

"Conservative" should ask his priest brother, as an intellectual exercise, if my views here ring true from a church perspective.

Protestant talibangelicals and Republicans with the warmonger pro-military, jingoist mindset are generally the ones fixated on Israel.

After delivering a special Christmas greeting from the Holy Land to the president and the people of Ireland, the Palestinian church leaders were able to establish a mutual understanding with President Mary Mc Aleese that peace is more than an absence of violence "the only lasting peace is a just peace".

"What happens to him happens to all Palestinians in the West Bank.The suffering continues while the international community silently looks on.It asks Christians all over the world to stand against injustice and apartheid and to work for a just peace in the Holy Land. To the people voting negatively on post 14: YS ==========No such thing as justice in the Holy Land, Palestinian Church leaders tell the Irishby STUART LITTLEWOOD on 12/16/2010By Stuart Littlewood"We need only one thing, to be protected by the world against the crimes of 
 Israel"Archbishop Theodosius Hanna (Greek Orthodox Church), Monsignor Manuel Musallam (Latin Catholic) and Mr Constantine Dabbagh (Executive Director of the Middle East Council of Churches) are courageous human rights defenders and spiritual leaders from Palestine.If your daughter is legally of age, your options may be limited.Check around into some sites that deal with the stories of former cult members. Evangelicals and Protestants looooove Israel and Xenos is an offshoot of both.

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