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Special Palestine Cry Blog articles: Why are these Imans at a pagan blasphemous affront to the True God?

Special Palestine Cry Blog articles: Why are these Imans at a pagan blasphemous affront to the True God?

Palestine Cry: Traditional Catholic Prayers: False peace of Assisi

From the article below: "Ten rabbis, including three from the United States and two from Jerusalem, and 29 Muslim scholars, imams, grand muftis and sheiks also will participate."
click link: Parousia of Jesus Christ Our Lord: The Abomination of Assisi
Parousia of Jesus Christ Our Lord: The Abomination of Assisi

Revelation 18:23 And the light of the lamp shall shine no more at all in thee: and the voice of the bridegroom and the bride shall be heard no more at all in thee. For thy merchants were the great men of the earth: for all nations have been deceived by thy enchantments.

24 And in her was found the blood of prophets and of saints and of all that were slain upon the earth.


3 For when they shall say: Peace and security; then shall sudden destruction come upon them, as the pains upon her that is with child, and they shall not escape. (DRV)

14 Bear not the yoke with unbelievers. For what participation hath justice with injustice? Or what fellowship hath light with darkness?
15 And what concord hath Christ with Belial? Or what part hath the faithful with the unbeliever? 16 And what agreement hath the temple of God with idols? For you are the temple of the living God: as God saith: I will dwell in them and walk among them. And I will be their God: and they shall be my people.
17 Wherefore: Go out from among them and be ye separate, saith the Lord, and touch not the unclean thing:
18 And I will receive you. And will be a Father to you: and you shall be my sons and daughters, saith the Lord Almighty.

Ecumenism - Assisi

On January 24th [2002], Buddhist chants and Christian hymns resounded inside a huge plastic tent decorated with an olive tree. Representatives of Christianity, Judaism, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism, Shintoism, Jainism, Confucianism, Sikhism, Zoroastrianism, and followers of Tenrikyo and African tribal religions including (Voodoo) joined their prayers so that, with one voice, they could ask their respective deities to grant peace to the world.

Crosses and other religious objects were removed by Vatican officials so that non-Christian religious leaders would be free to pray in the manner in which they are accustomed. One by one, religious leaders holding small, glass oil lamps lined up at the podium and read each of the 10 points of a communal commitment. Patriarch Bartholomew of Constantinople was the first of 11 religious leaders to speak. Chief Amadou Gasseto, who described himself as the high priest of followers of Avelekete Vodoo in Benin, echoed the patriarch's point about personal behavior and its decisive role in creating peace or conflict.

After sharing their "testimonies for peace," Pope John Paul and Patriarch Bartholomew led the Christians from 17 Orthodox churches and 14 Anglican and Protestant communities into the lower basilica for an ecumenical prayer service. There were 3 Orthodox Patriarchs taking part. Not to be outdone by Constantinople, the Russian Patriarch Alexy [ Ed. note: Moscow Patriarch Alexei II - Drozdov by his KGB name] led a delegation from Russia. It is noteworthy that the largest delegation to respond to the Pope's invitation was made up of Orthodox clergy, who apparently no longer believe that our Saviour is the only hope for the "peace of the world."

Peace: Pontiff decided to lead the trip after Sept. 11 to decry the use of religion as a motive for violence.


VATICAN CITY — In a response to the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, Pope John Paul II will lead representatives of Islam and many other religions on a peace pilgrimage to the medieval town of Assisi next week.

Two months ago, the Roman Catholic pontiff invited the religious leaders to travel with him to the birthplace of St. Francis on Jan. 24 to "proclaim before the world that religion must never become the motive of conflict, hate and violence."

Vatican spokesman Joaquin Navarro-Valls said Friday that Orthodox, Eastern and Protestant Christians, along with Jews, Muslims, Buddhists, Hindus, Sikhs, Jains, Zoroastrians and members of the Tenrikyo, Shinto and traditional African faiths have accepted the invitation.

The Orthodox delegation will be led by Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew I of Constantinople and will include patriarchs or representatives of the Greek Orthodox churches of Alexandria and All Africa, Antioch and All the East, Jerusalem, Moscow, Serbia, Romania, Finland, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Poland and Albania.

Also sending high-level representatives will be the Anglican, Reformed, Scottish Presbyterian, Methodist, Disciples of Christ, Pentecostal, Lutheran, Baptist, Mennonite, Quaker and Moravian denominations, the Salvation Army, Conference of Secretaries of the Christian World Communions and the World Council of Churches.

Ten rabbis, including three from the United States and two from Jerusalem, and 29 Muslim scholars, imams, grand muftis and sheiks also will participate.

Both the Dalai Lama and the archbishop of Canterbury, George Carey, declined the pope's invitation because of other commitments.

The religious leaders in attendance will offer testimonials to peace, pray separately, eat a "frugal meal" in the refectory of the Sacred Convent of Assisi and end the pilgrimage by declaring their common commitment to peace and lighting a lamp of peace.

"Never again violence! Never again war! Never again terrorism! In the name of God may every religion bring to Earth justice and peace, pardon and life, love!" the pope will say, according to a text issued by his Office for Liturgical Celebrations.

It will be the third time John Paul has gathered with leaders of other religions to pray for peace in the home of the 13th century saint who lived in poverty and dedicated his life to peace and brotherhood.

The first Assisi meeting was Oct. 27, 1986, during the Cold War; the second was Jan. 9-10, 1993, amid strife in the Balkans.

In issuing his invitation to the third Assisi pilgrimage, the pope spoke of the "worrying tensions" caused by the attacks of Islamic terrorists on New York and the Pentagon and said he wanted in particular for Christians and Muslims to pray together. The Muslim delegation will be the largest on the pilgrimage.

The 81-year-old pope and his fellow religious leaders will make the two-hour trip to Assisi, 140 miles north of Rome, by rail, leaving from St. Peter's Station inside the Vatican.

The station was built under Pope Pius XI in the early 20th century, but Pope John XXIII was the first pontiff to use it, making a pilgrimage to the shrine of Loreto and Assisi on Oct. 4, 1962, the eve of the Second Vatican Council.

The Vatican spokesman said John Paul and his guests will travel in six or seven unmodified Italian railroad cars with double rows of seats on either side of a central corridor. The train's only stop will be a technical one--to switch from a diesel to an electric-powered locomotive 150 yards outside Vatican walls.
Security will be tight but discreet, Navarro-Valls said. He said a helicopter will hover above the train as it travels from the Vatican to Assisi and back.

Syncretism with Islam targeted


Joint Faith’s Celebration- Mawlid An-Nabi (Birth of Prophet Mohammed), Pesach (Passover), Easter And Vaisakhi

Posted by peacedevelopmentnetwork on April 16, 2010
The Joint Faith’s Celebration was a accumulation of sharing, talk, reading, food, music and drama highlighting the significance of‘Mawlid An-Nabi (Birth of Prophet Mohammed), Pesach (Passover), Easter And Vaisakhi’. Around the sharing of these precious faiths’ holy events there were many significant meetings among the 80 plus people gathered, including interfaith figures such as Rev. Dr Marcus Braybrooke, President of the World Congress of Faiths, Community Cohesion figures such as Dr Husna Ahmad, CEO, Faith Regen Foundation, Marilyn Brummer of the League of Jewish Women and humanitarian influential figures such as Dr Saif Ahmad, (MADE in Europe), Dr Hojjat Ramzy, Proprietor of the Iqra Girls’ School in Oxford and a presentation by Daniel Hurter about Children’s Relief Bethlehem.

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