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Christians meet to step up attempts to attack Israel
Or as Ekklesia puts it: “Christians meet to step up peacemaking in Israel and Palestine”. It’s one of those article where you know the word ‘peace’ doesn’t mean what you think it means. The anti-Israel obsessives and terrorist sympathizers who take part in the meetings confirm this.
The Christian advocacy initiative called International Church Action for Peace in Palestine and Israel involves the World Council of Churches (WCC) as well as individual Churches and international agencies.
It will be chaired by Michael Langrish, Bishop of Exeter and speakers will include the Anglican Bishop in Jerusalem.
The initiative has come from those who are part of the WCC Ecumenical Accompaniment Program in Palestine and Israel (EAPPI) as well as the Catholic group Pax Christi International
Reminder: the President of Pax Christi is "Patriarch of Terror", Bishop Michel Sabbah.
Bishop Langrish features in Who’s Who in Christian Aid, helpfully provided by NGO Monitor, and also in this article by Christian Aid Watch Bishops and Terror, in which we read that he found it deeply shocking that Israel should build a defence barrier to against terrorism. Evidently, he finds the terrorism less shocking. Or not shocking at all.