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Resolutions from the Anglican Peace and Justice Network

Posted on: June 24, 2005 4:36 PM
Related Categories: ACC, ACC13, apjn, peace & justice

Press statement
Concerning the first resolution on Israel/Palestine:

From Bishop John Paterson, Chair ACC:

Peace and Justice Network

The discussion of the Anglican Peace and Justice Network (APJN) was thorough and an additional session was allocated to facilitate maximum participation from the floor of the ACC. Note was duly made of the representations made to Lambeth, ACC and others concerning the Palestine/Israeli conflict. An amended resolution of three parts passed unanimously, local provinces are now to respond to the ACC resolution.

Resolutions from the Anglican Peace and Justice Network

The Israeli Palestinian Conflict

The Anglican Consultative Council:

a) welcomes the September 22nd 2004 statement by the Anglican Peace and Justice Network on the Israeli/Palestinian Conflict (Pages 12 - 14 of the Report)

b) commends the resolve of the Episcopal Church (USA) to take appropriate action where it finds that its corporate investments support the occupation of Palestinian lands or violence against innocent Israelis, and
i) commends such a process to other Provinces having such investments, to be considered in line with their adopted ethical investment strategies
ii) encourages investment strategies that support the infrastructure of a future Palestinian State

c) requests the Office of the Anglican Observer to the United Nations, through or in association with the UN Working Committee on Peace in the Middle East, as well as through this Council, and as a priority of that Office, to support and advocate the implementation of UN Resolutions 242 and 338 directed towards peace, justice and co-existence in the Holy Land.