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Father Issa Musleh, ...
Father Issa Musleh, spokesperson of the Greek Orthodox Church in Jerusalem, told The Jordan Times over the phone from Palestine that the decision to promote Atallah to a spiritual priest and head of the Orthodox schools in Jerusalem is "just", and should be respected.
"Such decisions are made by the holy synod and do not undergo any change or reversal," Musleh
said, noting that priests should be humble and obedient, respecting all the decisions taken by the holy synod.
added that throughout its history, the Orthodox Church
has dealt with controversial issues, without the interference of the government unless the church deemed it necessary.
"I came here with my Jewish ...
"I came here with my Jewish and Muslim brothers to pray that God has mercy on us and bestows blessings and rain on this holy land," Rev. Issa Elias Musleh, spokesman for the Greek Orthodox Patriarchate of Jerusalem, told The Media Line.
"God willing, our prayers will reach God, who will grant us all our wishes - for he
is capable for changing all things.
I hope everyone who supports peace will take this union of clerics into consideration," Musleh
After declarations of unity, the three groups broke off to pray separately.
About 20 Jews gathered around a dry pool, where they recited the special prayer for rain.
It is required to fast for the day, if one recites this prayer.
Musleh stepped on a large boulder closer to the spring and began his Christian prayer, his followers nearby.
This was followed by the Christmas ...
This was followed by the Christmas Story in Christianity and Islam told by Father Issa Musleh, the official spokesperson of the Orthodox Patriarchate, and Sheikh Maher Assaf, a Moslem speaker who takes part in AEI's Living in the Holy Land: Respecting Differences project.
Heads of Churches from the Holy Land and Europe join HCEF'S Children's March to Bethlehem for Peace
Father Issa Musleh, the official spokesman for the Greek Orthodox Patriarch of Jerusalem, condemned Israel's aggression against people in Gaza, especially the innocent women and children who were killed.
Spokesman Issa Musleh told ...
Spokesman Issa Musleh told AFP that ecclesiastical authorities decided Tuesday to fire Father Gabriel Nadaf from his post in Nazareth, but were only now making their decision public.
"We warned him before to keep to his
priestly duties and not to interfere in matters of the army," Musleh