Hermanos de Sangre [NOOK Book]

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"Elías Chacour nos habla aquí de su familia palestina, desposeída después de haber vivido durante siglos en la misma tierra que recorrió Jesús, de que debemos recordar el Evangelio, amar y perdonar a nuestros enemigos, reconciliarnos con ellos y vivir juntos en paz. Estas ideas impresionan por su audacia, y resultan ser tan radicales y comprometedoras como cuando Jesús las enseñó hace dos mil años" James A. Baker, Secretario de Estado de USA 1989-1992.

Elías Chacour es ahora el Arzobispo Melkita de Galilea, y ...
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Hermanos de Sangre

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Overview

"Elías Chacour nos habla aquí de su familia palestina, desposeída después de haber vivido durante siglos en la misma tierra que recorrió Jesús, de que debemos recordar el Evangelio, amar y perdonar a nuestros enemigos, reconciliarnos con ellos y vivir juntos en paz. Estas ideas impresionan por su audacia, y resultan ser tan radicales y comprometedoras como cuando Jesús las enseñó hace dos mil años" James A. Baker, Secretario de Estado de USA 1989-1992.

Elías Chacour es ahora el Arzobispo Melkita de Galilea, y reside en la pequeña aldea de Ibillín. Sigue con su labor incansable en favor de la paz y la reconciliación, defendiendo los derechos a la libertad y justicia de los más oprimidos y marginados. Ha creado escuelas, bibliotecas, centros comunitarios . . . "Mar Elías Technological College", es el único College no judío en Israel, al que asisten más de 4.500 estudiantes entre palestinos, judíos, musulmanes y drusos.

Por sus esfuerzos humanitarios, Chacour ha sido nominado tres veces para el Premio Nobel de la Paz -1986, 1989 y 1994. Ha recibido reconocimientos en diversas naciones; y en 2001 fue proclamado "Hombre del Año" en Israel.

Abuna Chacour continúa su labor de reconciliación con la esperanza de "cambiar los corazones, no simplemente las instituciones." Sus proyectos son atrevidos, a veces arriesgados: Estudiantes palestinos visitan Kibbutzim judíos; estudiantes judíos viven temporadas cortas en aldeas palestinas; educadores judíos y palestinos comparten ideas y programas. Chacour sigue dando conferencias por todo el mundo repitiendo siempre el sencillo pero exigente mensaje de las Bienaventuranzas.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781462876518
  • Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
  • Publication date: 5/19/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 410 KB

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    She purrs silently. A rabbit is sitting in the small meadow. Her black fur blends with the shadows. She runs fast up behind him her feet kicking up dirt. She changes gears at the last secound and goes around and and pounces from the front. The rabbit has been caught. She quickly eats it. She knows most cats prefer fish so she goes to the pond next. Fish of all sizes. She sees one that is particylary plump and snatches is out of the water. The fish squirms and wriggles but llyric holds it down with both paws. She brings it to the clan so the pups can share it. Then she will hunt for the rest of the pack.

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    She pads tacite silently through the forest.

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