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UK Churches promote peace and justice next week, on Peacemaking Sunday (22 September) and during the World Week for Peace in Palestine Israel (22-28 September).
Quakers, Pax Christi and members of the Ecumenical Accompaniment Programme have joined in a vigil to mark the fifth year of World Week for Peace in Palestine Israel.
One of England's leading cathedrals will be the site for an interfaith vigil for peace and justice in Israel and Palestine at lunchtime today.
The plight of Palestinians under Israeli occupation and the need for legal accountability have been highlighted at a roundtable of the Palestine Israel Ecumenical Forum in Geneva.
The attack at the end of May 2010 on the aid convoy heading towards Gaza raises challenging questions for the US government and its international allies, as well as the Israeli regime, says Savi Hensman.
The urgent need for a settlement to the impasse between Israelis and Palestinian is being highlighted by the WCC-backed World Week for Peace in Palestine and Israel.
In countries across six continents, a wide diversity of religious communities, people of faith, human rights and peace organisations are preparing to mark the World Week for Peace in Palestine Israel.
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