Jerusalem, September 14 (ENInews)--Religious leaders in Jerusalem are more
willing than ever before to take part in dialogue with members of other
faiths despite growing political turmoil in the region, said Daniel Milo, the
director of the Jerusalem Center for Ethics, prior to the start of the
third annual Interfaith and Ethics Symposium on 14 September.
Jerusalem, June 8 (ENInews)--The security situation in Egypt has
"deteriorated considerably" since former president Hosni Mubarak stepped down on 11
February, leaving a security vacuum and Christians feeling "threatened more
than ever," according to aid workers.
Jerusalem, June 7 (ENInews)--Israeli and Palestinian politicians condemned
an arson attack on a West Bank mosque on 7 June, but Palestinians also
accused Israel of "turning a blind eye" to the attacks, which they suspected
were carried out by Jewish settlers.
Jerusalem, March 2 (ENInews)--Israel has declined to renew a residency permit for the Anglican Bishop in Jerusalem, Suheil Dawani, according to Yusef Daher, executive secretary of the Jerusalem Inter-Church Centre (ICC).
Jerusalem, January 21 (ENInews)—The sentencing to death of a Muslim man in connection with an attack in 2010 that killed six Coptic Christians and a Muslim police officer is seen as being particularly significant for Egypt's Christians and a marked difference from previous responses to attacks on Copts.
Bethlehem, West Bank, November 15 (ENInews)--Though the olive branch is a symbol of peace, harvesting olives for Palestinians, when they have to pass through a military-manned barrier to get to their land in an occupied area, is a point of conflict.
Jerusalem, November 8 (ENInews)--Many people in the area believe there is little to celebrate, but Jericho, made famous in the Bible and one the earth's lowest and oldest inhabited cities, has begun a year-long celebration of its 10 000th anniversary.
Jerusalem, 6 October (ENI)--The Council of the Religious Institutions of the Holy Land has expressed "grave concern" over the 3 October burning by militant Israeli settlers of a mosque in the West Bank village of Beit Fajar near Bethlehem.
Jerusalem, 27 September (ENI)--Hours after a freeze on West Bank Israeli settlement construction expired, bulldozers moved into an area close to Revava, near the northern West Bank city of Nablus, with many residents mindful of an earlier reminder that settler activity can be volatile.
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