Members of the Council of the Religious Institutions of the Holy Land (CRIHL) met May 27 with Israeli Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni to talk about the role of religious leaders in resolving the Israeli/Palestinian conflict.
The council also met with former President Sampaio, High Commissioner of the U.N. Alliance of Civilizations, who proposed working together with the CRIHL to advance interfaith dialogue....
The council is a new interfaith group constituted of the Chief Rabbinate of Israel; the Supreme Shaaria Courts and Ministry of Waqf of the Palestinian Authority; and the Patriarchates and Bishoprics of the Holy Land, including Anglican Bishop in Jerusalem Suheil Dawani and Lutheran Bishop Mounib Younan.http://www.episcopalchurch.org/81808_97453_ENG_HTM.htm
When the CRIHL was formed in November a common statement declared:
"Towards these ends we are actively working to:...
3. Together reflect on the future of Jerusalem, support the designation of the Old City of Jerusalem as a World Heritage Site, work to secure open access to the Old City for all communities, and seek a common vision for this city which all of us regard as holy..."
from: Council of Religious Institutions of the holy Land Communiqué07-Nov-07HCEF
Christian Science Monitor article on the November's Council's visit to Washington: