Pope Francis and Israel religions

 Israeli President Shimon Peres spoke together for religions

On global events and the religious ties that keep war brewing between ideological doctrines. During their 45 minute discussion, Peres suggested that the world’s religious leaders create a United Nations of Religions as a means to bring all religious debates under one umbrella, and attempt to end wars that are created out of religious foundations.

Retired Israeli President Shimon Peres has proposed a new global peace initiative to Pope Francis: A “United Nations of Religions,” given that most wars today have religious, not nationalistic, undercurrents for coexist .

The Vatican said Peres pitched the initiative during a 45-minute audience Thursday in the Apostolic Palace. The two men last met when Francis invited the then-Israeli president and Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas to pray for peace together in the Vatican gardens on June 8.