Recalling our Balfour Project conference on Jerusalem in October 2020…
(You can read the Balfour Project Jerusalem statement here.)
The World Council of Churches (WCC) has launched this Easter initiative:
“The WCC Ecumenical Accompaniment Programme in Palestine and Easter seeks to connect the sacredness of Jerusalem with what is sacred to us as human beings: home, worship, family, identity, human dignity and life, and solidarity”
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The WCC calls on church leaders and elected representatives worldwide to pray for the peace of Jerusalem, to take meaningful action to stop forced displacement, violence and intimidation in Jerusalem, and to support work towards an end to the occupation and a just peace for all people in Palestine and Israel.
Bishop Michael Doe
- We must work with the US to stop a massacre in Rafah
- After 7 Oct: Israel’s search for victory: a personal statement on the war
- The Hamas narrative of 7 Oct, and the impossibility of ignoring it
- WEBINAR: How to turn the tragedy into a strategic opportunity with Nadav Tamir, Executive Director of J Street Israel
- Destruction of Gaza’s health system: need to restore hope with Dr Nick Maynard
- Injustice to the defenceless: the plight of Palestinian children in Israeli military detention.
- The West is siding with Israel in its long war against the UN refugee agency
- BBC News – UK considering recognising Palestine state, Lord Cameron says
- Helen Clark urges UNRWA donors to immediately resume funding
- British Government suspension of future funding for UNRWA