Category - gaza

  • 12 Jan 2009

    A primary health care clinic in Gaza city, funded by Christian Aid has been destroyed by Israeli missile fire. The clinic, which provided free care to Gazans was run by the Near East Council of Churches.

  • 12 Jan 2009

    The Catholic Archbishop of Liverpool has joined the appeals for a ceasefire in Gaza, from around the world, with his own appeal from Bethlehem.

  • 11 Jan 2009

    Prominent Jews in Britain, "passionate supporters of Israel", have called on Israel to cease its military operations in Gaza immediately, believing them to be wrong and counter-productive.

  • 11 Jan 2009

    Protestors against the violence in Gaza and for an immediate ceasefire have taken place across Britain this weekend, including demonstrations in London, Edinburgh, Aberdeen, Belfast, Newcastle and Southampton.

  • 10 Jan 2009

    With Israel threatening to escalate its military action in Gaza, Patrick Kelly, Catholic Archbishop of Liverpool and vice president of the Bishops' Conference has called for an alternative to more violence.

  • 10 Jan 2009

    Pioneering Christian peace activist and organizer Gene Stoltzfus will be in Britain and Ireland in January 2009, speaking about nonviolent intervention in situations of conflict and injustice. With the tragedy unfolding in Gaza, the trip could not be more timely.

  • 9 Jan 2009

    Individuals, groups, churches and councils of churches from Kenya to Sweden, to the United States to Australia, are carrying out hundreds of advocacy actions involving Christians concerned about the Gaza crisis.

  • 9 Jan 2009

    Leaders of all major faiths in the UK have today called for an immediate ceasefire and unfettered humanitarian access to Gaza.

  • 8 Jan 2009

    The three hour ceasefire was simply not enough to deliver vital humanitarian aid Christian Aid and its Gaza based partners have said today.

  • 8 Jan 2009

    As politicians struggle to find answers to the cycle of violence in Gaza, a pioneering Christian peace activist is set to tour Britain and Ireland talking about nonviolent conflict transformation.