In Holy Land, pope appeals for peace, condemns anti-Semitism

CNS/Debbie Hill

JERUSALEM (CNS) –– Pope Benedict XVI took his Holy Land pilgrimage from Jordan to Jerusalem, where he pleaded for peace among Israelis and Palestinians, condemned anti-Semitism and prayed at a Holocaust memorial.

The pope’s first day in Jerusalem May 11 was a busy one, and it began with a remembrance of Jewish suffering under the Nazi extermination campaign and a strongly worded warning about new forms of anti-Semitism.

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