• September 23, 2002
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    Dr. James Dobson sends a reply to Dr. Bishara Awad's letter to Dobson that was published first by 'Come and See' and published in Christianity Today and other magazines.
    "I was especially troubled by your characterization of me as "an instrument of hate and division." Founder and President of "Focus on the Family" argues with Dr. Awad over the "controversial figure of Dr. Hanan Ashrawi who is on the payroll of the father of modern-day terrorism" and quoting articles from Al-Hayat Al-Jadida (!!)

    Christianity Today Weblog, Sep. 23, 2002

    James Dobson responds to Bishara Awad's open letter
  • September 08, 2002
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    Dr. Bishara Awad, President of Bethlehem Bible Collge writes to Dr. Dobson: "You as my hero, have fallen and had become a part of the hate propaganda and deceitful ways of the enemy of righteousness".

    I promise to pray for you and for America. I pray to God that 911 would not become a tool to spread hate, war and destruction, but a tool where the love of God can be spread among all peoples

    Bishara Awad, Special For Come and See, Sep 8, 2002

    A Palestinian Christian writes an open letter to Dr. Dobson
  • July 17, 2002
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    An Israeli Columnist writes in Israel's Elite Newspaper about the activity of the Evangcalical Christians in support of Israel.

    "There are increased expressions of gratitude from Jewish organizational leaders in North America. But, if truth be told, they are also to some extent embarrassed by the support"

    By Eliahu Salpeter, Haaretz, July 17, 2002

    Is this good for the Jews?
  • April 29, 2002
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    Howard Bass is one of the Messianic leaders who signed the letter of appeal and the newspaper announcement of support for Israel.

    He writes a letter to his brothers and sisters, leaders of Palestinian Christian Churches who were hurt by the letter:

    "I want to express my deepest sorrow and regret for the unnecessary hurt"

    Howard Bass, Special for Come and See, April 29, 2002

  • April 25, 2002
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    A Christian Arab American writes about some "televangalists", that instead of preaching peace and reconciliation, as they must, they continue to promote hate and division among the two cousins and descendent of Abraham.

    Ousama Kawar, Echo of Christ Open Forum, April 25, 2002
  • April 22, 2002
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    An Israeli Journalist describes the current relations between Israel and the different Christian churches around the world, in light of the currrent crisis in the church of nativity

    By Eliyahu Salpeter, Haaretz, April 24, 2002

    The Church of the Nativity and Jewish-Christian Relations
  • April 05, 2002
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    Saed Awad, a Christian Palestinian and President of "Echo of Christ Minsitries" writes his opinion about "Whose side would Jesus take in this struggle between Israel and Palestine?"

    Saed Awwad, Special for Come and See, April 5, 2002

  • March 11, 2002
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    Sharansky's Committee came to believe that the source of the trouble in Nazareth lay in the weakness of the Netanyahu and Barak governments. They learned that the more the Islamic Movement smelled weakness, the more bold and extreme its demands became.

    Uzi Benziman, Haaretz, March 8, 2002



  • February 21, 2002
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    All the signs point to a decision that will overturn the recommendations of previous committees to build the Shehab El-Din Mosuqe in Nazareth.
    it is doubtful if the committee is taking into account all the ramifications of the message that will be broadcast to the Israeli Arab public. The message will say that once again the government is breaking an agreement with its Arab citizens.


    By Ori Nir, Haaretz, Feb 21, 2002

    Legitimizing anti-Arab racism
  • January 22, 2002
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    Moshe Arens, Israeli Former Defense Minister (Likud) writes how former Israeli goverments dealt with the Nazareth Mosque issue, and how this one should

    By Moshe Arens, Haaretz, Jan 22, 2002

    Lawless in Nazareth