We are not the ones who said  ,  URGENT , it is the Pope who has said the word URGENT NEED.

 

2011 is the way it is because it is the year of implementing the New World Order Plan..URGENCY has been its theme for this year.They Urgently removed Mubarak and urgently revived the Muslim Brotherhood and the prices of fuel are accelerating as they urgently passed a resolution against Libya starting World War 3.

2011 will go down to be the  year of years .3 years after Israel got  Statehood , Palestine is on the move to getting Statehood.The reality is the first Statehood was right .How can you create a State which has no legitimate claim over the land ?This is a done deal and they are determined to go by their word. This Dream will turn into a Nightmare.

 

The Pope made the urgent remarks as he met with Mahomud Abbas President of the PLO. Either Abbas wanted to get assurance from the Patriarch of the West, the Pope that statehood will be granted to Palestine irrespective of the USA stance, the Army of West.

 

Speaking of Patriarchs , did you know that the Patron Saint of Europe is St Benedict and that the Pope is the Patriarch of the West.It is extremely coincidental that Europe has a Pope who bears the same name as its Patron, Benedict .

 

 

IT IS A DONE DEAL----Pope Benedict XVI greets Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas

Pope Benedict is on to make history as the first Pope to officiate over the division of the Holy Land .The “Holy Father “will divide the Holy Land and the Holy City Jerusalem .How, when the word holy is about by  being whole or undivided .

Any way we will wait and see how this new State will live side by side Israel in the days to come . We do not see dreams of peace but nightmares of unrest .Time will tell.

 

Arthur Owiti

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Pope: Palestinian state is an urgent need

 

“Particular stress was laid on the urgent need to find a just and lasting solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict,” the Vatican said in a statement after the talks.

Any resolution to the conflict will have to respect the rights of all parties including through “the attainment of the Palestinian people’s legitimate aspirations for an independent state,” the statement added.

“It was thus reiterated that soon the State of Israel and the Palestinian State must live in security, at peace with their neighbors and within internationally recognized borders,” it continued.

Also Friday, French Foreign Minister Alain Juppe concluded his visit to Israel and the Palestinian territories by claiming that the proposed Middle East peace conference in Paris next month had “a chance” of taking place.

Juppe met with Israeli defense minister Ehud Barak and opposition leader Tzipi Livni before leaving Friday.

“I have read in the press that the Israeli government is studying our proposal, so there is no barrier,” he said after meeting Livni.

After meeting Palestinian Prime Minister Salam Fayyad in Ramallah Thursday, Juppe called the current stalemate between Israel and the Palestinians “untenable.”

Fayyad welcomed the idea of a peace conference but Israel has yet to make a formal response.

Juppe is to head to the United States next week to promote France’s plan, which has so far drawn a non-committal response from Washington.

Earlier Friday in Jerusalem Juppe met the parents of a Palestinian with French nationality who has been in an Israeli jail for six years over a plot to kill a right-wing Israeli rabbi.

Salah Hamuri, 26, was arrested in March 2005 on charges of conspiring with the leftist Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine to assassinate Rabbi Ovadia Yosef.

The rare gesture by France’s top diplomat came the day after he met the parents of Gilad Shalit, an Israeli soldier who was captured by Palestinian militants in June 2006.

“He assured me that in all his meetings with the Israelis, he had requested clemency for Salah but in every time they said no,” said his mother Denise Hamuri.

“He said he wanted to give us the same attention [as the Shalit family] and that he wanted to meet both families,” she added.

Hamuri was convicted in April 2008 by an Israeli military court on charges of conspiracy to murder and sentenced to seven years behind bars.

A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Daily Star on June 04, 2011, on page 8.
Read more: http://www.dailystar.com.lb/News/Middle-East/2011/Jun-04/Pope-Palestinian-state-is-an-urgent-need.ashx#ixzz1OVJuUcKp
(The Daily Star :: Lebanon News :: http://www.dailystar.com.lb)

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