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Time to Protest against the anti-‘Wall’ Protesters?
Members of Pax Christi, described euphemistically as ‘the international Catholic movement for Peace’, will gather outside Downing Street on Wednesday, 9 November, for a prayer vigil on the theme 'breaking down walls' (and letting terrorists in – Ed.)
The President of Pax Christi is the Patriarch of Terror, Bishop Michel Sabbah.
A delegation will present Mr Tony Blair with postcards and a letter from the Pax Christi campaign
"People of the Holy Land need Bridges Not Walls".
They chose the date specially:
The 9 November marks the anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989 and Pax Christi have chosen this day to urge the British Government to do all it can to persuade the Government of Israel to dismantle the separation wall between Israel and Palestine.
Reminder to Pax Christi: the Berlin Wall was constructed to keep citizens in, not to keep terrorists out. And you know it.
There is the usual whining about the inconvenience the ‘wall’ causes to Palestinians, without reference to the need to save Israeli lives, which Pax Christi evidently consider of little value.
If you want to make your views known to Tony Blair, you can email Downing Street before Pax Christi arrive there and start ‘praying’.