expressed concern that this provision will strengthen the hand of settlement groups seeking to seize church properties in Jerusalem and elsewhere.
RIFIOTIS, 2004; Maria GREGORI, 2006; Guita Grin DEBERT, 2006; Victoria Regina dos SANTOS, 2001; Lana Lage da Gama LIMA, Leonardo Mendes BARBOSA, Paula Carvalho NEVES y Sabrina Souza da SILVA, 2006; Lia Zanotta MACHADO, 2002, entre otros.
PNN On Thursday 11th October, Greek Orthodox Patriarch of Jerusalem, Theophilos
III, said that Greek Orthodox Patriarchate of Jerusalem Will respond to the Israeli attacks which have recently carried out on the holy sites by building new churches and repairing damages in the old ones.
Eliades said that he will meet with the Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman and Patriarch Theophilos
III of Jerusalem.
The meetings, held upon an invitation by His Beatitude Theophilos
III, Patriarch of the Holy City of Jerusalem and All Palestine and Jordan, will focus on Christian holy sites in Jerusalem.
The minister was speaking at an international symposium of Cyprus, Greece, and Israel: Restoration and preservation of religious sites and places of worship, organised by the Cyprus Scientific and Technical Chamber (ETEK) and the Technical Chamber of Greece (TEE), held in the presence of Jerusalem Patriarch Theophilos
III, in Nicosia.
Also there was a representation of the religious authorities, such the Head of the Patriarchate and of the Holy Synod, Patriarch Theophilos
In remarks during the ceremony, His Beatitude Kyrios Kyrios Theophilos
III, Patriarch of the Holy City of Jerusalem and All Palestine and Jordan voiced appreciation of His MajestyaAs role in safeguarding holy sites in Jerusalem as well as his generous donation to restore the tomb.
Al-Quds said Greek Orthodox Patriarch Theophilos
III has rejected an invitation by the Israeli municipality of West Jerusalem to attend an event on Thursday, indicating rise in tension between them over several issues, most recent municipality decision to tax church property.
In those years of the late 70s early 80s, I was always present as well, leading a team of diplomats (ambassadors or future ambassadors) which consisted of Alecos Shambos, Zenon Rossides, Andreas Mavrommatis, Andreas Jacovides, Dinos Moushiouttas, Michael Sherifis, Elias Ypsarides, Akis Stephanides, Theophilos
Theophilou, Pambos Charalambous, Erato Marcoulli, Jimmy Droussiotis and others.