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Israeli Deputy Minister for Regional Cooperation Ayoub Kara felt the pontiff was sending a direct message to UNESCO.
The international interference could end up backfiring and encouraging Palestinians to stay away from the negotiating table.
Francis' popularity with both Catholics and non-Catholics has given him an image of a grandfatherly priest who understands how difficult it sometimes is to follow Roman Catholic Church teachings.
Pope Francis - like Pope Benedict - has joined the evil-doers to the chagrin of the Jewish people.
By DAVID SINGER
Here is a man of intelligence who, I cannot conceive, is unaware of what the Palestinians were doing when they pushed him to the security barrier.
By Jerusalem Post Readers
Criticism of hate crimes allows Israelis to condemn their perpetrators and distinguish their country from the people who commit them.
By JOHNATHAN ROSEN
If neither side in the conflict is ready to recognize the other’s legitimacy and abandon rigid ideology in favor of reconciliation, peace doesn’t have a prayer, in any faith.
By DOUGLAS BLOOMFIELD
When the pope prays in front of graffiti that compares Bethlehem to the Warsaw Ghetto, he risks being trivializing the Holocaust.
By SHMULEY BOTEACH
Lasting just three days, Pope Francis' visit was shorter than the visit by Benedict XVI, which extended over a week.
By JPost Editorial
An especially warm, expressive and sensitive pope is on the way to the Holy Land to embrace Israel.
The pope’s imminent visit to Israel will rightly attract much attention; but 2 largely untold stories about global Christianity have the capacity to shake the world order.
By MELANIE PHILLIPS
Did the pope just recognize a Palestinian state? Is it time to rethink the criminalization of marijuana?
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