CounterPunch Readers Reply to Palm Sunday Preps

I have just read the article on the Palm Sunday march to Jerusalem. Non-violent protest against the atrocities which rain down on the Palestinian people is a wonderful idea. It brings tears to my eyes to think of it and wish we could be there to join in the event

Both my wife and I wish you all the very best of luck and hope that it will stir the wider media audience to become more objective of the plight of the Palestinian people.

Our thoughts will be with you on Palm Sunday and our very best wishes for a peaceful and joyous occasion.

Peter Cooper
Marilyn Haxton

And this just in from Google News:

Once the eye grows accustomed
to the figures, the familiar scene of Palm Sunday showing Jesus entering Jerusalem becomes clear. At the center is the figure that represents Christ, a yellow Peep on a pink ”donkey” wearing a LifeSavers halo. Pontius Pilate and his wife are visible in blue with little cloth cloaks around their shoulders. The Mary Magdalene figure has a white cloth wrapped around her shoulders.

Akron, OH: Faith Lutheran Church — 2726 W. Market St., Fairlawn. A donkey will lead a palm procession around the church at 9:15 and 10:45 a.m. and the blessing of the palms liturgy is at 8 a.m. Sunday.

Aberdeen, SD: Holy Cross Lutheran Church, 1015 North U.S. Highway 281, will hold Sunday worship at 10 a.m. The service will include Holy Communion and a reader’s theater presentation of The Passion. The Rev. Tony Haglund’s message is titled “It’s a Donkey’s Life.”

Adopt an Easter donkey: DONKEYS are up for adoption at a Manchester park. The Elisabeth Svendsen Trust for Children and Donkeys which provides therapeutic riding sessions for children with special needs and disabilities has launched the scheme at Gorton’s Debdale Park to help with running costs.

California Muslides Prevent Donkey Supply: Sturtevant Camp, owned by the Methodist Church, now must bring its supplies to the eastern side of Mt. Wilson and cart them down the mountain to the camp. Before the slides, the camp depended on Kelley to ferry supplies by donkey from the flat.

Bangladesh turns to donkey power: Twenty donkeys are being brought in from India and sent to the Chittagong Hill Tracts to transport goods. It is believed that Bangladesh has almost no donkeys of its own and they will be useful in the hilly region.

Lelia Matthews, 71, left Friday for the trip, which is sponsored by the national organization Every Church a Peace Church, based in Akron, Pa. She will return March 23.

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