أعلنت ايران ان الحرس الثوري الايراني أسقط طائرة تجسس اسرائيلية لا يكتشفها الرادار، كانت تحاول اختراق موقع التخصيب النووي في نطنز، وهي منطقة نووية محظورة. والطائرة بدون طيار وأسقطت بصاروخ جو أرض.
The Pontiff set Benjamin Netanyahu straight on Jesus' languageOops.
One minute into Benjamin Netanyahu’s sit down with Pope Francison Monday, the Israeli prime minster found himself eating his words—words about Jesus, no less.
“Jesus was here, in this land. He spoke Hebrew,” Netanyahu said, discussing the strong connection between Judaism and Christianity.
Pope Francis looked up and slightly pointed his finger. “Aramaic,” he corrected.
Netanyahu quickly recovered: “He spoke Aramaic, but he knew Hebrew.”
The correction was gentle, even playful—typical Pope Francis style. Everyone smiled and laughed.
(Vatican Radio) Pope Francis on Monday told the two Chief Rabbis of Israel that Christians and Jews together "can make a great contribution to the cause of peace and firmly oppose every form of anti-Semitism and all other forms of discrimination".
During his meeting with leaders of the Chief Rabbinate of Israel which consists of two Chief Rabbis - the Ashkenazi rabbi, David Lau, and the Sephardi rabbi, Shlomo Amar - the Pope reflected on the significance of the Jewish roots the Christian faith and on the spiritual bonds that unite Jews and Christians, and he called for a common committment to work together for peace and understanding "in a rapidly changing world".
(Vatican Radio) Meeting on Monday morning with the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, Muhammed Hussein, Pope Francis pointed to the fraternal dialogue and exchange between Christians and Muslims which, he said "offers new strength to confront the common challenges before us".
Please find below the full text of the Pope's discourse:
Vatican City, 25 May 2014 (VIS) – At 8 a.m. the Pope transferred from Temple Mount to the Western Wall, or “Wailing Wall”. Fifteen metres high, this wall is a place of worship for the Jews for historical and religious reasons, and is linked to numerous traditions such as that of leaving prayers written on small pieces of paper between the blocks of the wall. Francis was received by the Chief Rabbi, who accompanied him to the wall. The Pope prayed in