Thursday, April 06, 2006


Mt. Zion, again

Thanks, Ellen, who isn't so blinded by her Chametz cleaning to find the Vatican's latest tricks.

It seems like, as expected, the Vatican hasn't given up on its dream to steal Mt. Zion from the Jews. The truth is that Mt. Zion is of prime and ancient importance and value to the Jewish Nation. We must fight this new attempt! » International » ArticleApr. 6, 2006 6:41 Updated Apr. 6, 2006 6:59

Peres to meet with Pope Benedict in Rome

Kadima MK-elect Shimon Peres was scheduled to leave for Rome on Thursday to deliver an official invitation to visit Israel from Acting Prime Minister Ehud Olmert. Peres was also expected to discuss with Benedict development possibilities for the Negev and the Galilee, Peres's own bailiwick, Israel Radio reported.-------

Israeli leaders to visit Vatican Mar. 20 ( -

Two leading Israeli politicians will visit the Vatican in coming weeks, according to Italian media reports. Tsipi Livni, the Israeli minister of foreign affairs, will meet on March 22 with Archbishop Giovanni Lajolo, the Vatican's Secretary for Relations with States.
And on April 6, former prime minister Shimon Peres will be received in a private audience by Pope Benedict XVI ( bio - news ).

Both Israeli political figures are members of the Kadima party, founded by Ariel Sharon before the Israeli premier was suffered a massive stroke. Kadima remains favored to emerge victorious from parliamentary elections in Israel on March 28. Tsipi Livni, a former member of the rightist Likud party, rallied behind Sharon in the founding of the centrist Kadima movement. It was Livni who contacted the Vatican on March 4 to assure Church leaders that the rioting at the Annunciation basilica in Nazareth had been caused by an emotionally unstable couple, and did not have political overtones.
------Pave the Way Foundation Changes Their HompepageMt. Zion is still very much on their agenda:
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Pope Clement VI purchased the site of the Last Supper, known throughout Christendom as the Cenacle Shrine of the Upper Room, November 21, 1342. The Shrine however was lost to the Ottoman Empire in 1551. With the establishment of the State of Israel the Shrine fell under the control of the Israeli government in 1948 where it remains unused to this day.
The Shrine has no religious significance to Jews but as the third most important shrine in Christianity, it's return for Christian use, will serve as an immeasurable gesture of Good will to Christians around the World. Pave the Way has been suggesting, to Israeli government officials, to simply allow the use of the Shrine, rather then any property turnover. This use will not disturb the Tomb of King David below or the Yeshiva on the ground level . This simple gesture will give a sorely needed boost to the tourism industry, by sending a signal to the Christian world, that they are welcome in Israel. This will be helping all the people in the region.

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