• March 03, 2002
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    Waqf members are to discuss the decision and its implications on Sunday, and to decide whether to continue with the construction of the mosque despite the committee's decision.

    By Ori Nir and Jalal Bana, Ha'aretz, March 4, 2002
    Cabinet approves decision to halt work on Nazareth mosque
  • December 21, 2001
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    Arafat usually heads the celebrations of the nativity.
    An official of the Roman Catholic patriarchate said it would be "arrogant of the Israeli authorities" to refuse Arafat permission to the attend the mass.

    AP, JERUSALEM, Dec 21, 2001
    Israel bans Arafat from Christmas visit to Bethlehem
  • December 16, 2001
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    In the midst of present circumstances, the Musalah Ministry for reconciliation between Jews and Arabs was awarded a Cross of Nails by Coventry Cathedral of Coventry, England.

    Special for Come and See, Dec 17, 2001

    Cross of Nails Presented to Musalaha
  • November 01, 2001
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    SAT-7 celebrates five years of satellite broadcasting to the Christians of the Middle East and North Africa and looks to the future at Cyprus conference of partners and friends

    By Dan Wooding, Assist Ministries

    SAT-7 brings
  • October 23, 2001
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    "Bethlehem is weeping for her children".
    Hani Sayegh, a Baptist Pastor from Nazareth was among the ones trapped inside the Bethlehem Bible college for four days, together with his wife and two children.

    Rev. Hanna Katanacho, Special for Come and See
    Ten persons trapped at Bethlehem Bible College
  • August 28, 2001
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    "Call for All" focus on the Arab World, preaching the gospel and spreading the good news to all. CFA will produce TV and Radio programs to be used by the media stations and ministries to meet the ever-increasing demand for Christian programs.

    Special for Come and See
  • August 19, 2001
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    Four Middle Eastern Countries in the list: Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Iran and Iraq.
    The Taliban regime in Afghanistan is listed as a ?particularly severe violator? of religious freedom.

    August 16, 2001
  • August 13, 2001
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    "I will serve the church and I support the Palestinian people and their just issues," he said in a statement after his election

    Danny Rubinstein, Ha'aretz, August 14, 2001
    Irineos is the New Greek Orthodox Patriarch of Jerusalem
  • July 30, 2001
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    Archbishop of Canterbury Dr. George Carey, the leader of 75 million Anglicans, commenting on Israel's decision in July to exclude five candidates from elections for the Greek Orthodox patriarchate.

    Haaretz, July 30, By Darren Fisher
    Carey: State should stay out of church affairs
  • July 19, 2001
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    A living museum recreating Nazareth as it was 2,000 years ago is struggeling to survive massive cancellations of trips to Israel.

    Special for Come and See
    Nazareth Village asking for Help