MAY 11 2009



Pope in Israel calls for Palestinian homeland - May 11

"In you we see a promoter of peace, a great spiritual leader," said Peres, THEY WORSHIP HIM AS THE SUN GOD


Daniel 8:25   And through his policy also he shall cause craft to prosper in his hand; and he shall magnify himself in his heart, and by peace shall destroy many: he shall also stand up against the Prince of princes; but he shall be broken without hand.

The Antichrist will destroy many deceiving people to believe there will be peace when the Lord says there will not be peace.



AND THE POPE IS NOT THE ANTICHRIST --> = Vatican ambassador's official residence on the Mount of Olives.


Ezekiel 13:16  To wit, the prophets of Israel which prophesy concerning Jerusalem, and which see visions of peace for her, and there is no peace, saith the Lord GOD.


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Pope Benedict XVI began his visit to Israel with a strong denunciation of anti-semitism and a call for Israelis and Palestinians to have independent countries alongside each other.


After three days in Jordan the Pope arrived in Israel for the most sensitive part of his Holy Land tour hoping to emulate the hugely successful visit made in 2000 by Pope John Paul II.


But there was no immediate signs of the mass public displays of affection from 2000 as Israeli security personnel kept the pontiff separated from the general public on arrival in Jerusalem.


The public was kept out of sight from the Pope's armoured limousine and the other 27 vehicles in his convoy as it swept to the Vatican ambassador's official residence on the Mount of Olives.


A Lutheran priest, dressed in black suit and dog collar waving a camera, was about the only non-security connected person visible to the pope as he arrived in the city of peace.


In a speech delivered just minutes after touching down at Ben Gurion airport near Tel Aviv, the pontiff described anti-semitism as "totally unacceptable''.


His remarks were intended to reassure those in the Jewish state who remain sensitive to the long-running tension between the Catholic church and Judaism which dates back centuries.


"Sadly anti-Semitism continues to rear its ugly head in many parts of the world,'' he said.


"This is totally unacceptable.


"Every effort must be made to combat anti-Semitism wherever it is found, and to promote respect and esteem for the members of every people, tribe, language and nation across the globe.'' Some Israelis accuse the Vatican of not doing enough to criticise the Holocaust.


Pope Benedict again sought to reassure his Israeli hosts before visiting the Yad Vashem memorial to victims of Nazi death camps by sending an unequivocal message of condemnation.


"Tragically, the Jewish people have experienced the terrible circumstances of ideologies that deny the fundamental dignity of every human person,'' he said.


"I will have the opportunity to honour the memory of the six million Jewish victims of the Shoah (the Hebrew name for the Holocaust) and to pray that humanity will never again witness a crime of such magnitude.''


For reasons of diplomacy his trip to Yad Vashem does not follow the standard route for visitors which includes a subsection on Pope Pius XII, accused by some of not doing enough to protest against the Holocaust.


He also gave his support to what is known as the "two state solution'' for the long-running Israeli-Palestinian conflict whereby he backed the creation of two countries, one for each of the rival groups.


This is very much part of diplomatic orthodoxy, supported by the United Nations, European Union, moderate Palestinians and, until recently, the government of Israel.


"The hopes of countless men, women and children for a more secure and stable future depend on the outcome of negotiations for peace between Israelis and Palestinians,'' he said.


"I plead with all those responsible to explore every possible avenue in the search for a just resolution of the outstanding difficulties so that both people may live in peace in a homeland of their own within secure and internationally recognised borders.''


His remarks clashed with the newly-created right wing government in Israel which has turned the clock back by initially rejecting the "two state solution'' pending a policy review to be announced later this month.


The general public in Jerusalem will get their first sight of Pope Benedict on Tuesday when he takes part in a mass to be conducted in the Kidron Valley beneath the walls of the Old City.


Just yards from the site believed to be the site of the Garden of Gethsemane where Jesus was betrayed, a stage has been built and a previously unkempt area built over a large sewage pipe has been landscaped by the Israeli authorities.


With Jerusalem's Christian population dwindling it is not known how many thousands will attend.


The Pope's public meetings in Jordan were relatively poorly attended although the number of visiting Christian pilgrims in Jerusalem is much higher than Amman.


Later this week the Pope will cross into the occupied West Bank and give a speech at an outdoor service in Bethlehem.


Local organisers had hoped the Pope would speak from a stage built next to the controversial wall built by Israel around much of the West Bank. It cuts through Bethlehem and is often a friction point between supporters and opponents of Israel.


After huge Israeli pressure the stage was moved so the world would not see media images of the Pope next to the wall.










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