• August 24, 2001
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    Life Agape is calling believers in the Holy Land for a day of fasting and prayer on Friday the 24th of August.

    Special for Come and See
  • August 08, 2001
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    Heads of Churches in Jerusalem call upon the Palestinian people throughout the Land to join in intensifying prayers for peace, with justice and reconciliation. Special daily prayers for peace will take place for two weeks.

    August 8, 2001
  • August 07, 2001
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    IDF troops backed by police prevented human rights activists and the Christian Peacemakers Team of south Mt. Hebron to bring blankets, tents, material for making tents, and household supplies for families the army evicted from caves in early July

    Amira Hass, Haaretz, August 7, 2001

    Israel Army blocks aid to homeless Palestinians
  • August 03, 2001
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    70 volunteers in a Christian Peacemakers group believe their bodies will serve as human shields to protect the Palestinians in the town of Beit Jala that is battered by 10 months of gunfights and Israeli tank shelling. The Associated Press, August 3, 2001
    Christian group 'shields' Palestinians
  • July 31, 2001
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    Archbishop of Canterbury George Carey, the spiritual leader of 73 million Anglicans worldwide: "None of us want Jerusalem and Bethlehem to become Disneyland sites, we want this to be a place of living worship".

    CNN, July 30, 2001
  • July 19, 2001
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    The town of the birth of Jesus is a stage of continous violence in the last few days

    Special for Come and See
    Bethlehem under attack
  • July 11, 2001
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    The new spokeswoman is Hanan Ashrawi, a Christian from Jerusalem.

    The Associated Press, Tue 10 Jul 2001
    Arab League Appoints New Spokeswoman
  • June 13, 2001
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    Christians in the Holy Land are also among the victims of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict

    By Amos Harel, Ha'aretz Correspondent
  • May 28, 2001
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    Fighting in the West Bank accelerates a gradual outflow of Christians from the Holy Land,especialy in the Bethlehem area.

    The Associated Press, Mon 28 May 2001
    Violence in the Holy Land moves Christians to leave
  • May 24, 2001
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    St Andrew's church in Jerusalem, told the general assembly of the church of Scotland bombings and shootings were now commonplace.

    Chris Holme, The Herlad, May 24, 2001
    Christian plea over plight of Palestine