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Home > News > Pope pledges to remember Jews killed in Holocaust

May 11th, 2009

Pope pledges to remember Jews killed in Holocaust

Abstract:
During the ceremony, Israeli girls in white dresses sang for the pontiff. Peres and Benedict planted an olive tree together, and the Israeli president presented the pope two gifts: wheat stalks developed by Israeli scientists and called Benedict XVI in his honor, and a 300,000-word Hebrew text of the Jewish Bible inscribed on a tiny silicon particle, using nanotechnology.

"I don't think you have one of these at the Vatican," Peres quipped.

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Associated Press

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