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Light a Candle for the National Unity

Light a Candle for the National Unity

The Palestinian Centre for Rapprochement Between People invites you to join the Annual Candle Procession entitled "Light a Candle for the Palestinian National Unity" that will be held on Saturday, December 25, 2004.

The Gathering will be at 3:30 pm at the Greek Orthodox Shepherds' Field in Beit Sahour.

The march will start at 4:00 pm. Candles will be lit and prayers will be offered for Palestinian national unity that is most needed in such times.

The procession will end at the Greek Orthodox Church hall in downtown Beit Sahour.

Celebrating the 16th anniversary of the establishment of the center, there will be a modest reception at the hall with the following program:

„Ð Welcoming „Ð The Palestinian National Anthem „Ð Live Palestinian Music „Ð A slide Show on Rapprochement History and Activities „Ð Honoring the Founders of Rapprochement „Ð Pax Christi-Netherlands Choir „Ð Closing

You are all Welcome Merry Christmas & Happy New Year

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