Hanna Massad is the pastor of the only evangelical church on the Gaza Strip. He spoke at a John Brown University chapel service Thursday.
His hope was to portray Palestinians in a different light, to "show the other side of the coin, the one you don't see on CNN. They don't show you the root of the problem, only the symptoms."
No matter the outcome of this country's war with Iraq, Palestinians will resent Americans for their aggression against Arabs"
Fri, Apr 4, 2003, By Robin Mero
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March 26, 20033560 reads"Suddenly they began to fire at us. I turned back to my daughters who sat in the back seat. I shouted Christine, Christine, and she did not answer. There was no Christine". This is what Najwa Saada told Ynet, while sitting near the bed of her husband George in Hadassah Ein Karem Hospital in Jerusalem, while not believing that she will burry her little daughter in the following day.
Ynet, Yediot Ahronot web site, Efrat Weiss, May 26, 2003 (From Hebrew)
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February 03, 20033429 readsA host of leading Christian clergymen and leading figures attended a mass in the Church of the Holy Sepulcher on Friday, January 31, to show solidarity with the Iraqi people in the face of rising U.S. "immoral and inhumane" war threats.
In a speech following the mass, Archimandrite Atallah Hanna ridiculed claims that the U.S. forces are amassed in the Gulf region to liberate Iraq.
Islam Online, Feb 3, 2003
January 28, 20033747 readsThe Nassar family is one of the few Christian families left in the Bethlehem area that owns hundreds of dunums of land. The transfer of their land to nearby Israelis settlements in contradiction to international law would deal a great blow to the dwindling Christian population in the Bethlehem area in these already very difficult times.
Allison Jones-Nassar is one of the members of the family who was born in the USA. She writes a direct letter to George W. Bush, the President of the US.
Special For Come and See, Jan 28, 2003
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January 22, 20033542 readsThe proposed Palestinian constitution declares Islam the official religion, and that the state would guarantee the sanctity of places of worship and respect other religions.
Most of the 3 million Palestinians in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip are Muslims, and about 50,000 are Christians.
By Mark Lavie, Associated Press, Jan 21, 2003