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The pastor has also come out against the Catholic Church, saying it is following Satan’s path, and said former president US Barack Obama was “paving the way” for the antichrist.
The director of Germany’s Near and Middle East department at the foreign ministry deleted a tweet widely criticized as antisemitic because it compared the repression of Jesus to the Palestinians.
The letter, signed by more than 1000 students, called on the secretary general to condemn the attack and to condemn the burning of children worldwide.
Passivité des Eglises chrétiennes face aux tentatives de réécrire la biographie de Jésus
By MICHELE MAZEL
Des travaux ont été entrepris afin de restaurer l’Edicule du Saint-Sépulcre qui menaçait de s’écrouler. Une occasion unique pour les archéologues d’ouvrir le tombeau de Jésus
By BEN FISHER
Just as that crown is associated with suffering and death followed by resurrection, the researchers hope the tree can help support life in areas threatened by deadly heat.
Jesus of Nazareth is the theme of a large and impressive exhibition at the Israel Museum.
By PEGGY CIDOR
Sometimes called the Way of the Cross or the Way of Sorrow, the Via Dolorosa represents the route that Jesus followed, according to tradition, from condemnation to crucifixion.
By AVIVA BAR-AM
"It tells the story of this room," Re'em said.
The mayor of the Jewish-Arab city of Haifa said on Thursday the sculpture would be taken out of the exhibition following consultations with church leaders.
The depiction of a crucified Ronald McDonald, sculpted by Finnish artist Janei Leinonen, and part of the musuem's "Sacred Goods" exhibit, has been on display since August.
By SARA RUBENSTEIN
Pilate was the fifth of the Roman prefects in Judea. It is assumed by archaeologists that Pilate used Herodium, originally built in the first century CE by King Herod, as an administrative center.
By RACHEL BERNSTEIN
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu stated that so far Iran opts to be a cause, with the Arabs being their first casualty.
By HAGAY HACOHEN,TOVAH LAZAROFF
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