“Muerte a los cristianos“, escrito al lado del Cenáculo, donde se instituyó la Eucaristía:
Church sources say that the authors are probably young Jewish nationalists, members of some yeshiva (Jewish seminary). Is not the first time that these young people have tried to offend the Christian presence and the holy sites in that area. Often, on the doorstep of the church of the Cenacle Room, run by the Franciscans, these groups carry out their physiological needs in open contempt of the site; other times, in dozens of cases, they spit at priests or nuns passing along the street; once they destroyed a stone cross along the wall.
Los alumnos de una escuela de rabinos hacen aguas menores (imagino que no sean también mayores) en el lugar y escupen a curas y monjas. ¿Y cómo responden estos? Borrándolas inmediatamente, para no exacerbar los ánimos, en la mejor tradición del apaciguamiento dialogante usado también contra el infiel mahometano:
The graffiti was immediately removed to avoid exacerbating tension between Christians and Jews. Those responsible are probably young Orthodox Jews. In the area of close to the Upper Room many other offences against priests, nuns and holy sites. Doubts about the ability (or willingness) of the State to protect the places of Christendom.
Por cierto, las autoridades israelíes se oponen la cesión de este lugar tan simbólico:
The graffiti incident took place while discussions were taking place in Rome regarding the return of the Cenacle and other holy sites to the Catholic Church. In this regard, Daniel Ayalon, Deputy Foreign Minister and head of the Israeli delegation, before and after the meeting said that “Israel would not give up its ownership of the Upper Room or other holy places under its direct sovereignty.”
Más. Esto ya es el colmo:
Jerusalem (AsiaNews) – A further outrage was committed last night against the Franciscan church adjoining the Cenacle on Mount Zion, next to the Room of the Last Supper (pictured, Benedict XVI’s visit in May 2009).
Obscene graffiti on the doors leading to the church read “We killed Jesus”, “Christians out” (in English and Hebrew) and “F… off”, which were adorned with a “Star of David”, apparently so as to leave no one in doubt about the religious affiliation of the perpetrators.
To make the point further, the assailants had urinated on the door and left a long trail of urine leading to it.
According to churchmen at the site, the urination on the door of the shrine has become an almost daily event. Christian sources blame recent false statements attributed by the press to an Israeli deputy minister, suggesting the Vatican wants to claim sovereignty over Mount Zion, for inciting extremist Jewish elements to increase these, by now habitual, attacks.
Sacad vuestras propias consecuencias. Cierto bloguero judeófilo alegó en descargo de los judíos que esta calumnia es comprensible dado que el papa se dejó poner el pañuelo palestino en una ocasión.
Aquí está la wiki sobre la Sala del Cenáculo. No hay versión española.