Armenian Patriarch and 12 other Heads of Churches in Jerusalem Wrote a Letter to President Trump
The patriarchs and heads of the main churches in Jerusalem, among them also an Armenian patriarch, wrote a letter to the US President Donald Trump warning of the "hatred, conflict, violence and suffering" and "irreparable harm" that a change in US policy on Jerusalem could create, the Times of Israel reports.
The letter reads:
"We are certain that such steps will yield increased hatred, conflict, violence and suffering in Jerusalem and the Holy Land, moving us farther from the goal of unity and deeper toward destructive division.
We ask from you, Mr President, to help us all walk towards more love and a definitive peace, which cannot be reached without Jerusalem being for all.
Our solemn advice and plea is for the US to continue recognizing the present international status of Jerusalem. Any sudden changes would cause irreparable harm."
The letter is signed by the heads of the Greek, Syrian, Armenian, Ethiopian and Coptic Orthodox patriarchates, the Latin church, the Franciscan Order, the Greek-Melkite-Catholic patriarchate, the Maronites, the Episcopal Church, the Armenian and Syrian Catholic churches and the Evangelical Lutherans.
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