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    1. It may disincentivize Palestinians from finding a two-state solution

    2. Ed Adamczyk VATICAN CITY, May 19 (UPI) -- Pope Francis' reference to Palestinian Authority President Mahoud Abbas as an "angel of peace" has caused a diplomatic furor.

    3. No More All Male Panels

      The ForwardMay 21 02:10 AM

      Social media has been filled with outcry about recent all-male panels. The Jewish community should be pioneering gender equality, not lagging shamefully behind, writes Matt Plen.

    4. The Vatican concluded its first treaty that formally recognises the State of Palestine, a move that gives legal weight to the Holy See's years-long recognition and that drew fast criticism from supporters of Israel. The agreement, which the Vatican said aimed to "enhance the life and activities of the Catholic Church and its recognition at the judicial level," comes days before Pope Francis is ...

    5. His visit is intended to mark Jewish American Heritage Month and connect with the community.

    6. Vatican recognizes state of Palestine in new treaty

      Associated Press via Yahoo! NewsMay 13 12:45 PM

      VATICAN CITY (AP) — The Vatican officially recognized the state of Palestine in a new treaty finalized Wednesday, immediately sparking Israeli ire and accusations that the move hurt peace prospects.

    7. Officials say they hope the treaty, which covers Church activities in Palestine, will help the country to reach a peace deal with Israel, despite criticism from prominent Jewish figures.

    8. Will Vatican’s Palestine reference impact Jewish-Catholic ties?

      The Jewish Journal of Greater Los AngelesMay 19 05:46 PM

      When considering the Vatican’s creep toward recognition of Palestinian statehood, think “Israel-Vatican” and not “Jewish-Catholic,” say Jewish officials involved in dialogue with the church.

    9. When considering the Vatican’s creep toward recognition of Palestinian statehood, think “Israel-Vatican” and not “Jewish-Catholic,” say Jewish officials involved in dialogue with the church.

    10. When considering the Vatican’s creep toward recognition of Palestinian statehood, think “Israel-Vatican” and not “Jewish-Catholic,” say Jewish officials involved in dialogue with the church.

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