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After the rejoicing, a long, hard road

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/article15259
Author
Abu El-Assal, Riah (Riah Hanna), 1937-
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Yes
Date
1994 January - March

Amid Palestinians' despair, one sees signs of hope

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/article34298
Author
Baldwin, William W. (William Warren), 1930-
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Anglican Journal
Date
2007 February
Author
Baldwin, William W. (William Warren), 1930-
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Anglican Journal
Date
2007 February
Volume
133
Issue
2
Page
10
Notes
The Rev. Bill Baldwin is a member of the Christian Peacemakers Team in Palestine.
Subjects
Christian Peacemaker Teams - Palestine
Palestinian Arabs - Israel
Middle East - Religious aspects - Anglican Church of Canada
Peace - Middle East
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Anglican Peace and Justice Network 1985-2005 : A report of its deliberations in Jerusalem September 14-22, 2004

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog4889
Publication Date
[2005]
Material Type
Book
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BX 5006 P4 J4 2005
Corporate Author
Anglican Peace and Justice Network
Place
[s.l.]
Publisher
Anglican Peace and Justice Network
Publication Date
[2005]
Physical_Description
35 p. : ill. ; 28 x 21.5 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
At head of title: APJN.
"2005 marks the Anglican Peace and Justice Network's 20th anniversary and its meeting in Jerusalem in September 2004 brings it full circle to its first meeting which also took place in the City of Peace in 1985. Invited by the Right Reverend Riah Hanna Abu El-Assal, APJN convened 23 Provinces of the Anglican Communion under the leadership of Dr. Jenny Te Paa of Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia ... (p. 7)". "APJN was both nurtured and shaken during its visit, the former by the warmth of the people of the diocese (virtually all of them Palestinian), and the latter by the conditions of Occupation under which most Palestinians live (p. 7)". "We recognize that the Israeli people have endured attacks and suicide bombings causing great suffering, loss and agony, and that the fear of further suicide bombings continues. We also recognize and lament the historical context of the experience of persecution and genocide by the Jewish people. However, the extent to which the Israeli government has gone in annexing Palestinian land and pushing the Palestinians into cantons and denying this people both dignity and self-determination is unjustifiable. If Israel continues with its actions in the name of security (as is often argued) then their hope for life without fear is diminished as the Palestinian people will continue in their struggle for nationhood (p. 9)".
Contents divided into four main sections.
Contents: List of Participant Provinces -- The Local Context of the Meeting -- Moral Responsibility of Investments -- APJN Statement on Palestinian/Israeli Conflict -- Honoring a Peacemaker -- Regional Conflicts : Seeking Conflict Transformation -- A Personal Challenge to the Communion / Pie Ntukamazina -- The Challenge of Globalization -- Environmental Justice -- Theological Education as Foundational to Peacemaking -- Interfaith Relations as a Tool for Justice -- A Conversation with Mordechai Vanunu -- Recommendations to the Anglican Consultative Council -- Networking -- Business Meeting and Closing Comments.
Section III Recommendations organized into four subject sections: Conflict Transformation -- Theological Education -- Interfaith Relations -- Environment.
The Anglican Church of Canada was represented by Ms. Cynthia Patterson.
Added Entry
Ntukamazina, Pie, 1952-
Vanunu, Mordechai, 1954-
APJN
Subjects
Anglican Peace and Justice Network
Anglican Peace and Justice Network. Meeting (2004 : Jerusalem)
Arab-Israeli conflict - 1993- - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Israel - Politics and government - 1993-
Israel - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Palestinian Arabs - Israel
Palestinian Arabs - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Episcopal Church in Jerusalem and the Middle East. Diocese of Jerusalem
Investments - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Corporate divestiture - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Conflict management - Religious aspects - Anglican Church of Burundi
Burundi - Politics and government
War - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Globalization - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Ecology - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Environmental protection - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Interfaith dialogue - Anglican Communion
Call Number
BX 5006 P4 J4 2005
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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Anglican Peace and Justice Network : Community transformation : violence and the Church's response : Anglican Peace and Justice Network Meeting in Rwanda and Burundi : 25 September - 3 October 2007

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog6537
Publication Date
c2008
Material Type
Book
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BX 5006 P4 C6 2007
Corporate Author
Anglican Peace and Justice Network
Place
[New York NY]
Publisher
Anglican Peace and Justice Network
Publication Date
c2008
Physical_Description
vi, 58 p. : ill. ; 28 x 21.5 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
At head of title: APJN.
"Editing and research services were provided by John Ratti, Margaret Larom, and Gary Williams on behalf of the Rev. Canon Brian Grieves, director of the Advocacy Center, Episcopal Church, USA, and secretary of the Anglican Peace and Justice Network". -- verso of t.-p.
"Printing was done by Mission Graphics, a printing ministry of the Episcopal Church of Our Savior in Chinatown, New York City (www.ecoserve.org)". -- verso of t.-p.
"Under the inspired leadership of the Rt. Rev. Pie Ntukamazina, Bishop of Bujumbura, Burundi, members of the Anglican Peace and Justice Network representing 17 provinces of the Anglican Communion were hosted by the Anglican churches of Rwanda and Burundi from 25 September to 3 October 2007. ... The gathering was focused intentionally upon conflict resolution, exploring the role of violence and civil unrest in societies and considering how best the church might respond to these contemporary realities. Many members of the Network brought moving reports of their own experience of living in conflict situations". -- p. 1.
Contents divided into four main sections: Section One: The Rwanda / Burundi Meeting -- Section Two: Peace Conferences and Consultations -- Section Three: Voices from the Communion -- Section Four: Resources.
Contents: Acknowledgements -- About Us -- Mission Statement -- Foreword dated May 2009 / Dr. Jenny Plane Te Paa, Convenor, APJN Steering Committee -- APJN 2007 Participants -- Section One: The Rwanda / Burundi Meeting -- APJN Triennial Meeting in Rwanda and Burundi, 2007 -- Section Two: Peace Conferences and Consultations -- Korea: Towards Peace and Reconciliation (TOPIK) / Jeremiah Yang -- South Africa: Towards Effective Anglican Mission (TEAM) -- Melanesia: Healing Past Hurts: A Way Forward -- Sudan: Let Us Move from Violence to Peace -- Section Three: Voices from the Communion -- Religion and Violence / Alexander John Malik -- Liberation Theology as a Test for Authentic Religion: The Case of Palestine / Naim Ateek -- Impact of Crisis on Community Life: Report from Burundi / Pie Ntukamazina -- Church's Role in Building Peace: Congo is Key to Stability of Great Lakes Region / Sylvestre Bahati Bali-Busane -- Article 9 and Peace in Asia: Anglicans Support Japan's Peace Constitution / Toshi Yamamoto -- The Amazon: Ecocide and Environmental Debt, Neo-Colonialism and Responsibility / Luiz Prado -- Section Four: Resources -- Knowledge about Conflict and Peace / Samson Wassara -- Decade to Overcome Violence, 2001-2010 / World Council of Churches -- Creative Peacemaking / Episcopal Peace Fellowship (USA) -- From the Ashes of Coventry Cathedral / Community of the Cross of Nails -- More Resources and Models for Conflict Resolution.
Canadian participants: Maylanne Maybee and Cynthia Patterson.
OTCH copy donated by Suzanne Lawson contains some yellow highlighting in text.
Added Entry
APJN
Ateek, Naim Stifan, 1937-
Bali-Busane, Sylvestre Bahati
Malik, Alexander (Alexander John), 1944-
Ntukamazina, Pie, 1952-
Prado, Luiz Osorio Pires, 1943-2009
Wassara, Samson S.
Yamamoto, Toshi
Yang, Jeremiah
Subjects
Anglican Peace and Justice Network
Anglican Peace and Justice Network. Meeting (2007 : Rwanda and Burundi)
Conflict management - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Violence - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Korean reunification question (1945- ) - Religious aspects - Anglican Church of Korea
Korea - History - 1945-
Towards Effective Anglican Mission (2007 : Boksburg, South Africa)
Violence - Solomon Islands
Reconciliation - Religious aspects - Church of the Province of Melanesia
Sudan - Politics and government - 1985-
Violence - Religious aspects - Church of the Province of the Sudan
Palestinian Arabs - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Palestinian Arabs - Israel
Burundi - Politics and government
Burundi - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Congo (Democratic Republic) - Politics and government
Anglican Church of Congo
Peace - Japan
Peace - Religious aspects - Holy Catholic Church in Japan
War - Religious aspects - Holy Catholic Church in Japan
Ecology - Brazil
Ecology - Religious aspects - Episcopal Anglican Church of Brazil
Call Number
BX 5006 P4 C6 2007
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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Anglican Peace and Justice Network : Community transformation : violence and the Church's response : Anglican Peace and Justice Network Meeting in Rwanda and Burundi : 25 September - 3 October 2007

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/catalog8669
Publication Date
c2008
Material Type
Book
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BX 5006 P4 C6 2007
Corporate Author
Anglican Peace and Justice Network
Place
[New York NY]
Publisher
Anglican Peace and Justice Network
Publication Date
c2008
Physical_Description
vi, 58 p. : ill. ; 28 x 21.5 cm.
Material Type
Book
Notes
At head of title: APJN.
"Editing and research services were provided by John Ratti, Margaret Larom, and Gary Williams on behalf of the Rev. Canon Brian Grieves, director of the Advocacy Center, Episcopal Church, USA, and secretary of the Anglican Peace and Justice Network". -- verso of t.-p.
"Printing was done by Mission Graphics, a printing ministry of the Episcopal Church of Our Savior in Chinatown, New York City (www.ecoserve.org)". -- verso of t.-p.
"Under the inspired leadership of the Rt. Rev. Pie Ntukamazina, Bishop of Bujumbura, Burundi, members of the Anglican Peace and Justice Network representing 17 provinces of the Anglican Communion were hosted by the Anglican churches of Rwanda and Burundi from 25 September to 3 October 2007. ... The gathering was focused intentionally upon conflict resolution, exploring the role of violence and civil unrest in societies and considering how best the church might respond to these contemporary realities. Many members of the Network brought moving reports of their own experience of living in conflict situations". -- p. 1.
Contents divided into four main sections: Section One: The Rwanda / Burundi Meeting -- Section Two: Peace Conferences and Consultations -- Section Three: Voices from the Communion -- Section Four: Resources.
Contents: Acknowledgements -- About Us -- Mission Statement -- Foreword dated May 2009 / Dr. Jenny Plane Te Paa, Convenor, APJN Steering Committee -- APJN 2007 Participants -- Section One: The Rwanda / Burundi Meeting -- APJN Triennial Meeting in Rwanda and Burundi, 2007 -- Section Two: Peace Conferences and Consultations -- Korea: Towards Peace and Reconciliation (TOPIK) / Jeremiah Yang -- South Africa: Towards Effective Anglican Mission (TEAM) -- Melanesia: Healing Past Hurts: A Way Forward -- Sudan: Let Us Move from Violence to Peace -- Section Three: Voices from the Communion -- Religion and Violence / Alexander John Malik -- Liberation Theology as a Test for Authentic Religion: The Case of Palestine / Naim Ateek -- Impact of Crisis on Community Life: Report from Burundi / Pie Ntukamazina -- Church's Role in Building Peace: Congo is Key to Stability of Great Lakes Region / Sylvestre Bahati Bali-Busane -- Article 9 and Peace in Asia: Anglicans Support Japan's Peace Constitution / Toshi Yamamoto -- The Amazon: Ecocide and Environmental Debt, Neo-Colonialism and Responsibility / Luiz Prado -- Section Four: Resources -- Knowledge about Conflict and Peace / Samson Wassara -- Decade to Overcome Violence, 2001-2010 / World Council of Churches -- Creative Peacemaking / Episcopal Peace Fellowship (USA) -- From the Ashes of Coventry Cathedral / Community of the Cross of Nails -- More Resources and Models for Conflict Resolution.
Canadian participants: Maylanne Maybee and Cynthia Patterson.
OTCH copy donated by Suzanne Lawson contains some yellow highlighting in text.
Added Entry
APJN
Ateek, Naim Stifan, 1937-
Bali-Busane, Sylvestre Bahati
Malik, Alexander (Alexander John), 1944-
Ntukamazina, Pie, 1952-
Prado, Luiz Osorio Pires, 1943-2009
Wassara, Samson S. (Samson Samuel), 1957-
Yamamoto, Toshi
Yang, Jeremiah (Jeremiah Guen Seok)
Subjects
Anglican Peace and Justice Network
Anglican Peace and Justice Network. Meeting (2007 : Rwanda and Burundi)
Conflict management - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Violence - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Korean reunification question (1945- ) - Religious aspects - Anglican Church of Korea
Korea - History - 1945-
Towards Effective Anglican Mission (2007 : Boksburg, South Africa)
Violence - Solomon Islands
Reconciliation - Religious aspects - Church of the Province of Melanesia
Sudan - Politics and government - 1985-
Violence - Religious aspects - Church of the Province of the Sudan
Palestinian Arabs - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Palestinian Arabs - Israel
Burundi - Politics and government
Burundi - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Congo (Democratic Republic) - Politics and government
Anglican Church of Congo
Peace - Japan
Peace - Religious aspects - Holy Catholic Church in Japan
War - Religious aspects - Holy Catholic Church in Japan
Ecology - Brazil
Ecology - Religious aspects - Episcopal Anglican Church of Brazil
Call Number
BX 5006 P4 C6 2007
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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Anglican Primate deplores armed intrusion into Jerusalem cathedral

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/official9112
Date
2004 November 12
Source
Anglican News Service
Record Type
Press release
Date
2004 November 12
Source
Anglican News Service
Record Type
Press release
Text
TORONTO, Nov. 12 [2004]
Archbishop Andrew Hutchison, Primate of the Anglican Church of Canada, has written to Canadian Foreign Minister Pierre Pettigrew asking the government to express concern to the government of Israel over an armed intrusion into St. George's Anglican Cathedral in Jerusalem.
On Thursday, Anglican Bishop Riah Abu El-Assal of Jerusalem reported that about 30 armed Israeli officers entered the cathedral to arrest Mordecai [sic Mordechai] Vanunu. (Mr. Vanunu, a former nuclear technician, was released from jail last April after serving 18 years for revealing details of Israel's plans to develop nuclear weapons.)
Archbishop Hutchison also wrote a letter to Bishop Riah, saying he deplored "the seemingly excessive force that was used at the cathedral".
The text of the Canadian Primate's two letters follows:
Letter to Foreign Minister Pierre Pettigrew
Earlier this week an incident happened in Jerusalem, which has greatly disturbed me and members of the Anglican Church of Canada. Israeli special police entered in force the grounds of St. George's Anglican Cathedral to apprehend Mordecao Vanunu. Bishop Riah H. Abu El-Assal has reported on the traumatic effect this action had on the tourists, pilgrims and others who were present.
At a time when the issue of sanctuary is in the headlines in Canada, this incident brings to our attention once more the inappropriateness of breaching this longstanding tradition and right. I ask that you convey to the government of Israel our concern and that of the Canadian people over this unfortunate incident.
I have assured Bishop Riah of the church's support and prayers as his people, mainly Palestinian Anglicans, move through a period of shock as the nation mourns the death of President Yasser Arafat. I have also expressed my hope that new ways may now be found to enable the people of Israel and Palestine to live in peace, and to flourish.
Letter to Bishop Riah H. Abu El-Assal
I was saddened and alarmed by the news in your letter to me and other Primates about the incident at St. George's Cathedral earlier this week. From your report the actions of the Israeli special police force seem quite inappropriate and offensive. There has been a very longstanding tradition of respecting the holy places, not just in Jerusalem but around the world, and the breaching of the right of sanctuary is not acceptable. I deplore the seemingly excessive force that was used at the cathedral close as the police took Mordecai Vanunu into custody, shocking and traumatizing those tourist, pilgrims and others who were present.
I am writing to the Canadian foreign minister, the Honourable Pierre Pettigrew urging him to express these concerns to the government of Israel.
Please be assured of our continuing prayers for you and for your church as you recover from this incident, and as you live through this time of mourning for President Yasser Arafat. My prayer is that new ways may be found to enable the people of Israel and Palestine to live in peace, and to flourish.
Archbishop Andrew Hutchison, Primate
- 30 -
For more information, please contact: Vianney (Sam) Carriere, Director of Communications, 416-924-9199 ext. 306; scarriere@national.anglican.ca
Subjects
Vanunu, Mordechai, 1954-
St. George's Anglican Cathedral (Jerusalem)
El-Assal, Riah Abu
Episcopal Church in Jerusalem and the Middle East. Diocese of Jerusalem
Hutchison, Andrew S. (Andrew Sandford), 1938-
Sanctuary movement - Israel
Israel - Politics and government - 1993-
Palestinian Arabs - Israel
Palestinian Arabs - Religious aspects - Anglican Church of Canada
Arafat, Yasser, 1929-2004
Church and state - Israel
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Arab/Israeli Relations

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/official1504
Date
1988 February 8-12
Source
House of Bishops. Minutes
Record Type
Resolution 6-2-88
Date
1988 February 8-12
Source
House of Bishops. Minutes
Record Type
Resolution 6-2-88
Mover
Bishop Brown
Seconder
Bishop Finlay
Prologue
The Primate read the following telegram to the House of Bishops from Canon Shafik Farah of Toronto:
"I pray you take a stand and speak out for peace with justice regarding the Palestinian/Israeli situation and for an end to the ongoing massacres in the occupied territories on the Gaza strip. How many more should die? And for how long should we wait ?"
Text
That this House of Bishops of the Anglican Church of Canada deeply regrets the acts of violence in the occupied territories of the West Bank and in the Gaza Strip. The Bishops endorse the proposal by the Anglican Consultative Council for an international conference for peace in which all parties affected would be present.
The Bishops call on the Government of Canada and all peace-loving citizens to promote and support such a proposal." CARRIED
Subjects
Palestinian Arabs - Religious aspects - Anglican Church of Canada
Peace - Middle East - Congresses
Palestinian Arabs - Israel
Jewish-Arab relations - Religious aspects - Anglican Church of Canada
Israel - Religious aspects - Anglican Church of Canada
Violence - Middle East
Farah, Shafik Amin, 1923-2002
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The Archbishop of Canterbury's visit to the Holy Land

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/article31263
Author
Rosenthal, James M. (James Milton), 1951-
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Anglican World
Date
2004 Easter
Author
Rosenthal, James M. (James Milton), 1951-
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Anglican World
Date
2004 Easter
Issue
113
Page
10-13
Notes
"The Archbishop of Canterbury made a visit to the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem from 25-30 January [2004]. His visit included time in Jordan as well as visits to many institutions, congregations and ecumenical leaders in and about Jerusalem and throughout Israel/Palestine." The Archbishop met with the President of Israel, Moshe Katsav, the Chief Rabbinate and Nathan Sharansky, Minister for Jerusalem, "who hosted a small group for discussion of the efforts for Peace and Reconciliation in the Holy Land. Later in the day the Archbishop met with the Executive Group of the Alexandria Process, an initiative started by Lord Carey with Church Leaders from throughout the area which is staffed by the Rev. Canon Andrew White of Coventry Cathedral". Includes a brief history of the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem of which Bishop Riah is the 13th Anglican bishop and the third Palestinian bishop. The diocese has more than 7,000 members, 29 parishes, and 34 institutions spread across the different countries it covers. "It employs over 1500 people and has several hundred students in its various schools as well as important medical and rehabilitation care units throughout the areas".
See also "A statement of the Japanese Anglican visiting team to Jerusalem led by the Bishop of Tokyo" on page 13 of the same issue.
Subjects
Williams, Rowan D. (Rowan Douglas), 1950-
Episcopal Church in Jerusalem and the Middle East. Diocese of Jerusalem
Episcopal Church in Jerusalem and the Middle East. Diocese of Jerusalem - History
Jordan
Middle East - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Alexandria Statement
Interfaith dialogue - Anglican Communion
Interfaith dialogue - Middle East
Palestinian Arabs - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Palestinian Arabs - Israel
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Brutality, oppression outrage visitors

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/article24740
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Anglican Journal
Date
1998 April
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Anglican Journal
Date
1998 April
Volume
124
Issue
4
Page
16
Notes
More than 900 people from around the world met in Bethlehem from 10-15 1998 to stand in solidarity and proclaim the challenge of jubilee.
Subjects
Sabeel Liberation Theology Center (Jerusalem, Israel)
Palestinian Arabs - Israel
Peace - Middle East
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Churches call for return of deportees

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/article32113
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Anglican Journal
Date
1993 March
Record Type
Journal Article
Journal
Anglican Journal
Date
1993 March
Volume
119
Issue
3
Page
10
Notes
"Following the deportation of 415 Palestinians by the Israeli government to Lebanon, several church bodies called for the return of the deportees to their home. In a letter sent to Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin, World Council of Churches' Todor Sabev called last December's [2002] deportations a violation of the Fourth Geneva Convention".
Subjects
Palestinian Arabs - Religious aspects - Christianity
Palestinian Arabs - Israel
Arab-Israeli conflict
Israel - Politics and government
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