• ISRAEL \ Aug 07, 2001
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    Civil rights organizations are delighted at the activities of local leaders of foreign workers. But they seem to have been marked for arrest and deportation by the Interior Ministry and the police. In this context it also raids churches and arrests clergy

    By Joseph Algazy, Haaretz, August 7, 2001
    Targeting the Leaders
  • PALESTINE \ Aug 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
  • PALESTINE \ Aug 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
  • FEATURES \ Jul 31, 2001
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    "King?s Kids" is bringing Arab believing youth and Messianic youth together as one in Christ. Next month, they travel together on a mission trip to Romania

    Special for Come and See, July 31
    Arab and Jewish Kids join on a mission trip to Romania
  • EGYPT \ Jul 31, 2001
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    Director of the Cairo-based Word Centre for Human Rights welcomed the ruling as restoring trust in the Egyptian justice system

    Radio Australia, July 31, 2001
    92 Egyptians aquitted over massacre of 20 Christians
  • PALESTINE \ Jul 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
  • FEATURES \ Jul 30, 2001
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    Some Christian leaders increase their criticism of Israel's response to Palestinian unrest, angering many in U.S. Jewish community.

    By LARRY B. STAMMER, TIMES RELIGION WRITER, Los Angeles Times, July 28, 2001
  • ISRAEL \ Jul 30, 2001
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    The spiritual leader of Israel's ultra-orthodox Shas party, which holds 17 out of the Israeli Parliament's 120 seats and belongs to the coalition government of Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, earlier this year called Arabs "snakes" and "vipers."

    The Times of India, July 29, 2001
    Rabbi Ovadia Yossef: 'The Messiah will speed Arabs to hell'
  • TOP STORIES \ Jul 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