Archbishop of Canterbury set to visit Israel

From the Jewish Chronicle:

The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, is to visit Israel in May, accompanied by his wife Caroline.

The couple spent their honeymoon there and Archbishop Welby is said to be “thrilled” at the prospect of returning.

For security reasons few details of the trip have yet been confirmed, but it is known that the Archbishop will give a major speech on the theme of reconciliation at the Peres Center for Peace in Jaffa.

The visit, expected to last for up to 12 days, will take in Amman, Jerusalem, Haifa and Acre, as well as Bethlehem.

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