Pope says 'recognizing rights of all people' in Holy Land essential

By REUTERS
December 6, 2017 10:38

 
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Pope Francis, speaking to Palestinians ahead of US President Donald Trump's expected announcement on Jerusalem, said on Wednesday that "recognizing the rights of all people," in the Holy Land is a primary condition for dialog.

The pope, who spoke to Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas about the crisis on Tuesday, made his comments to a group of visiting Palestinians involved in inter-religious dialogue with the Vatican.

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