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STREET IN BETHLEHEM NAMED AFTER JOHN PAUL II

    BETHLEHEM, MAR 14 (ZENIT.org).- A street in Bethlehem will be named after John Paul II, in honor of his forthcoming visit to the Palestinian city of Jesus' birth.

    "We are ready for the great day of the Pope's arrival. The City Council decided that an important street of our city will be named after John Paul II, who within a few days will honor us with his visit," Hana Nasser, mayor of Bethlehem, said to "Al-Quds" newspaper of East Jerusalem.

    Bethlehem already has a street named after Paul VI, who visited this city and the Holy Land 36 years ago. ZE00031410

          

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