‘Tya’ church in Jerusalem or Muslim family! Sarvdharma Sambhav Tradition israel hamas war

Pudhari Online Desk: The Israel-Hamas war has sparked tensions. Over the past seven days, the Israeli death toll has reached over 1,300 and the Palestinian death toll has reached over 1,900. Or despite the widespread discussion of the bloody conflict, a holy church in the Israeli capital Jerusalem is once again in the news. The reason or church or entrance or need is from a Muslim family. For more than 850 years, the family has been in charge of the church’s keys. (Jerusalem’s Church of the Holy Sepulchre)

In mid-2016, CNN had reported about this. Against the backdrop of the Israel-Hamas conflict, the Church of the Holy Sepulcher…

The city of Jerusalem is considered holy for Christians, Muslims and Jews. The city or town is considered to be the holiest place in the country in the Jewish religion and the third holiest place in the Islamic religion. The city is also a holy place for Christians because of the place of Jesus’ preaching, the crucifixion of Jesus Christ, and his subsequent resurrection or ascension. There are many historical Christian buildings in the city. The Church of the Holy Sepulcher in Yachpaiki is the most important spiritual place for Christians. It is believed that Jerusalem was founded by the Crusader Haqloun, or Saladin, the founder of the Ayyubid dynasty. Some Christian traditions say that Jesus Christ would have been born here after his resurrection. (Jerusalem’s Church of the Holy Sepulchre)

Caring Muslim Families of the Church of the Holy Sepulcher

The entrance to the Church of the Holy Sepulcher was taken care of by Muslims. According to historical records, the two Muslim families have been entrusted with the duties for more than 850 years. On July 15, 1149, two Muslim families in Rosi-Navya Jerusalem were married to the legendary Ayyubid Sultan Saladin. On 10 February 1187, Saladin appointed Jaudeh al-Husseini as protector of the royal family. Nussibeh Kutumbala Church’s entrance, Jhajh Ghenyas appointed bananas. Since then, both have started respecting their families or duties. It still persists today.

The Jaudeh family is in charge of guarding the keys, while other Muslim families are responsible for opening the doors and allowing Christians to enter the church. That responsibility clearly falls on Nuseebeh.

Jerusalem’s Church of the Holy Sepulchre: Respect for all Muslims in the world…

In mid-2016, a representative of the community service ‘CAN’ would have met a descendant of the Jaudeh family. At this time it would have been said that, “The ancestors are performing the important duties of soap-wales. This is a family inheritance. It is not only a matter of our family but also a matter of respect. There is respect for all the Muslims in the world. For me, the source of coexistence of Islamic and Christian religions is the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. We live together and teach peace and love. Which is the true religion of Islam.”

Due to religious importance, control of Jerusalem has changed hands several times over the centuries. The responsibility of the entrance of the Church of the Holy Sepulcher, taken by two Muslim families, is still intact. The family continued their duties until the Ottoman Turks captured Jerusalem in 1516. The special agreement is a written agreement between the Joudeh family and their legal obligations to the Ottoman Sultan. Church of the Holy Sepulcher Chavya Junya आहेट. The Jaudeh family has both needs. The Tyatil one is at least 850 years old and is in use, while the new Chavi ji is still in use and is about 500 years old. The killi has a triangular shaped metal handle and a square toe and is approximately 12 inches long.

Decision due to conflict between various Christian denominations

The decision to open the church’s entrance to the Chavaya Muslim family would have been significant in reducing conflict between the various Christian sects within the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. Since then, the tradition itself has become a symbol of religious equality in such a city, today the tradition itself teaches Manavtela equality in all religions.

Jerusalem’s Church of the Holy Sepulchre: Such is the tradition…

Nusseibeh goes to the Church of the Holy Sepulcher every morning. Te Joudeh Yanchyakaduna Charchechaya entrance gate takes the key. After this, a small wooden ladder would be climbed to open the well above the entrance. After this, the latch in the lower part of the door opens. After this the church would have been open to visitors. While closing the church in the evening, Punha once again went through the Ashich process. Both Muslim families have shared the same responsibility for centuries, preserving the holy places and keeping them open to Christian religions. It is in the Church of the Holy Sepulcher in the bustling city of Jerusalem that the tradition of teaching the values ​​of equality for all religions has been going on for hundreds of years. The flare-up of Israel-Hamas war is once again a symbol of equality of all religions in Israel.

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