The Great Jubilee
My friends, The Pope with the Head of Christian Churches in Middle East and in Jerusalem announced the Jubilee of Redemption 2000 years after Jesus Christ. This is what some called today "Jerusalem 2000". That Jubilee has absolutly nothing to do with the so called Israeli " Jerusalem 3000" that the Vatican and the Christians of the Middle East with the Muslim Commununities did not agree with.
An overview of the History of Jerusalem
Bishop Hanna Kaldnay, former Roman Catholic Bishop (Latin) of Nazareth. Prepared by Rev. Labib Kobti
Bishop Kaldany the Patriarchal latin vicar of Nazareth, speaks about the different periode of dominations over the Holy City and finds that the Israelis cannot claim more than the history gives them. The Holy City, Jerusalem should be the City of Jews, Christians and MUslims, no one has the right to claim it excusively.
The international Conference in Jerusalem Sponsored by Sabeel
Sabeel, Liberation Theology Center in Jerusalem gives important points over the significance of Jerusalem for the whole world and calls Israel to work for JUSTICE and stop confiscating Palestinian Lands...
Jerusalem 6000 by John Worrell
John Worrel, an American archeoligist shows us that the Israeli claims over Jerusalem are not founded. The Israelis covered 1% in the 6000 years of the History of Holy city. They cannot pretend to possess exclusively Jerusalem and put the others outside.
Jerusalem in the thoughts of John Paul II John Paul II "Redemptionis Anno"
The Pope draws his thoughts about the situation and calls Israel and Palestin9ians as well the People of the Middle East to work for a comprehensive peace. Jerusalem is the the heart of the question.
Christian leaders for Justice and Peace for the Holy Land
Rev. Labib gives a kind back ground stands that some of Christian Head of Churches over the situation in the Holy Land, It will hepl us to see how during the most difficult years of the Peace Process, how the Church took clear stand against Israel violation of signed agreements and human rights.