I am being sent by the United Church of Canada to participate in the World Council of Churches’ Ecumenical Accompaniment Programme in Palestine and Israel (EAPPI). The views contained herein are personal and do not necessarily reflect those of the United Church of Canada or the WCC. If you would like to publish the information contained here or disseminate it further, please first contact the EAPPI Coordination eappi-co@jrol.com for permission. Thank you.

2 Responses to Disclaimer

  1. Patti Talbot says:

    Thanks Patricia — we’ll be “following” you.

  2. Raymond says:

    It’s little comfort to know that the United Church of Canada does not take a stand in the Arab/Israeli conflict in the Middle East. It reminds of an old saying “a friend to all is a friend to nobody.” Your maps tell me where you stand on this issue and it sure looks like Israel is the criminal here after “stealing” all that green territory from “Palestine”. I find it very convenient that the land of Palestine enclosed the same borders as do Israel today (when you realize that Palestine as a country has never existed). The church has fallen hook, line and sinker for Arab propaganda. Here is a list of other lands that Arabs (Islam) have stolen: Oman, Yeman, Iraq, Iran, Syria, Lebanon, Jordan, Egypt, Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia, Libya, Sudan, Somalia, Djibouti and Comoros. Jewish Israel occupies less than 1% of the total territory of Arabs land. You think giving away Israel to the Arabs will satisfy their conquest for land and people. But, go ahead, and mock and degrade the only democracy in the Middle East and side with the enemy of such. Says a lot to me.

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