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The Prayer Service for Peace in the Holy Land was held in Malta in the presence of 40 bishops from Europe.

The prayer service for peace in the Holy Land took place with the presence of bishops from 40 Europe, during the Catholic Churches conference organized by the Archbishop Charles Scicluna of Malta, held at St. Paul’s Cathedral. The ceremony was attended by Ambassador of Palestine to Malta, Mr. Fadi Hanania.

Archbishop Scicluna emphasized ‘the vital role of hope amidst the challenges faced in the Holy. He spoke of communities contending with deep wounds caused by fear, frustration, hatred, and violence. As Christians, Archbishop Scicluna said, we must believe in the inherent goodness within every individual, emphasizing the need to build brighter future.

Additionally, Archbishop Scicluna also highlighted the global significances of presenting Palestine as the cradle of divine religions, carrying profound meanings and messages of peace and love.

Expressing gratitude on behalf of the Palestinian leadership and people, ambassador Hanania thanked the Archbishop of Malta for his efforts in supporting peace and justice. He acknowledged the strong backing of Archbishop Scicluna to the Palestinian people in these difficult times, particularly at a time when the city of Christ will not celebrate Christmas this year. Despite these challenges, ambassador Hanania emphasized the resilience and solidarity of the Palestinian people in such difficult times.

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