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Media figure Ibrāhīm ʿĪsa said that the massacres in Gaza from Israeli bombardment are still going on, adding that the battles result in civilian victims or displaced Palestinians, and that it would be “disastrous” to become accustomed to watching these scenes.
Palestinian President Maḥmūd ʿAbbās and Pope Francis shared a phone call where they discussed the latest developments in Palestine, including Gaza, the West Bank, and Jerusalem.
As the occupation army continues to drop bombs on the Gaza Strip, Palestinian Christians performed the Sunday prayers in the churches of Holy Family for Latin Catholics and Saint Porphyrius for Greek Orthodox.  
Archbishop ʿAṭāllāh Ḥannā of Sebastia from the Greek Orthodox Patriarchate of Jerusalem appealed to the “powers of good in the world and all spiritual and humanitarian leaders” to have a clear attitude in rejecting aggression and demanding the war in Gaza to stop.  
The Minister of Awqāf, Dr. Muḥammad Mokhtār Jumʿa, and the Grand Muftī of the Republic, Dr. Shawqī ʿAllām, headed a delegation of ministry leaders that included the Head of the Religious Sector, Dr. Heshām ʿAbd el ʿAzīz, Secretary-General of the Supreme Council of Islamic Affairs, Dr. Muḥammad...
The Egypt Council of Churches (ECC) priests and pastors committee concluded its 8th annual conference at the Anaphora House on October 24, where 80 priests from the Orthodox, Anglican, Catholic, and Episcopal churches from several Egyptian provinces attended.
Archbishop of Latin Church Catholics of the Archdiocese of Jerusalem, Patriarch Pierbattista Pizzaballa, said he was agonized by the suffering of thousands of people, as well as the huge number of victims that keeps rising daily.
Greek Orthodox Archbishop of Sebastia, ʿAṭallāh Ḥannā, made an urgent appeal to “all Christian churches around the world and all global Christian spiritual leaders” to “act immediately and call for an end to the aggression and the crimes committed against our people in Gaza.”
In conjunction with the brutal attack has been launched by the state of Israel on the Gaza Strip since October 7th, the Islamic Religious Endowments (awqāf) Department in Jerusalem also reported that the blessed al-Aqṣā was closed this morning (October 25), with worshippers forbidden from entering...
Under the auspices of the Grand Imām of al-Azhar, Dr. Aḥmad al-Ṭayyib, the Council of the Islamic Research Academy at al-Azhar made a statement saying, “Teach the youth that the Palestinian cause will not die, and that tolerance and coexistence cannot exist whilst civilians and institutions are...


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