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  • 2.09.04

    Two Israeli women choose different paths

    Maya, 20 years old and Lior, 18, have lived their whole lives in Israel. They are part of the same people, have a common history, have gone to the same kinds of schools. Yet they have chosen two very different paths in life. While Maya was polishing her boots at a military base in Gaza, Lior was demonstrating against the Wall. But both women share a common dream that there will be peace between Israelis and Palestinians someday.

  • 5.08.04

    Jerusalem church leaders: "EAPPI is emblematic of Christian-Muslim relations in Israel"

    Three heads of churches in Jerusalem - Roman Catholic patriarch, Michel Sabbah, Lutheran bishop, Munib Younan, and Greek Melkite archimandrite, Mtanios Haddad - visited three predominantly Muslim Palestinian communities on 2 August, showing their support and appreciation for the work of the members of the World Council of Churches (WCC) Ecumenical Accompaniment Programme in Palestine and Israel (EAPPI).

  • 12.07.04

    Christian activists support hunger strike against Israel's "separation wall"

    A hunger strike protesting Israel's "separation wall" was joined by Ecumenical Accompaniment Programme in Palestine and Israel (EAPPI) activists on Friday 9 July. Organized by Israeli-Arab Knesset member Doctor Azmi Bishara, the strike coincided with the declaration by the International Court of Justice that the construction of the barrier is "contrary to international law". The following stories about EAPPI participation and support are available at www.eappi.org (click on Accompaniers' reports):

  • 29.06.04

    First group of South African accompaniers joins EAPPI

    It is now ten years since the transition from apartheid to democracy, but South Africans continue to advocate for human rights in the face of conflict and oppression, this time a bit farther from home.

  • 23.06.04

    WCC general secretary visits Germany

    The general secretary of the World Council of Churches (WCC) Rev. Dr Samuel Kobia will visit Germany from 28 June to 2 July. This is Kobia’s first official visit to Germany since taking office in January 2004.

  • 3.06.04

    "These are my guests, and this is my house" Priest defies Israel's 'separation wall'

    "No! These are my guests, and this is my house!" The admonition is delivered to Israeli soldiers attempting to stop a group of Palestinian women crossing the grounds of a monastery. The messenger is Father Claudio Ghilardi, a Passionist priest from Italy. His message is clear: at least as far as the monastery grounds are concerned, he will not permit the harassment of Palestinians by soldiers.

  • 18.05.04

    WCC and UN general secretaries discuss Iraq, Israel/Palestine, role of religion

    Churches' concern over the situation in Iraq and the Israel/Palestine conflict, the role of religion in conflict, and working relations between the World Council of Churches (WCC) and the United Nations Organization were the focus of a first meeting between the UN secretary-general Kofi Annan and the WCC general secretary Rev. Dr Samuel Kobia.

  • 22.04.04

    EAPPI welcomes 20 new accompaniers

    With the arrival in April of 20 new ecumenical accompaniers, the Ecumenical Accompaniment Programme in Palestine and Israel (EAPPI) will continue to seek peaceful and nonviolent solutions to the conflict in Israel and Palestine. The new arrivals will join six accompaniers staying on from previous groups, bringing the total number currently on the ground to 26.

  • 2.03.04

    Demonstrations against the 'separation fence': First-hand testimonies of Christian volunteers

    Six new articles now available, offering first-hand testimonies of the recent day of demonstrations throughout the West Bank and Jerusalem. The protests coincided with the opening of hearings at the International Court of Justice in The Hague on the legality of Israel's "separation fence."

  • 26.02.04

    Israelis committed to peace and human rights

    From helping people in need to get through checkpoints to assisting villagers to resist settlers' harassment, Israeli peace and human rights activists are committed to getting relief to Palestinians at the same time as they contribute to enabling the birth of a lasting peace