I hope so. Now to the pope's historic pilgrimage. Another surprise, the holy land and pope Francis wrapping up his visit at the dome of the rock in Jerusalem after to host a summit and that image that... See More
I hope so. Now to the pope's historic pilgrimage. Another surprise, the holy land and pope Francis wrapping up his visit at the dome of the rock in Jerusalem after to host a summit and that image that went global and ABC's terry Moran is traveling with the pope. Terry, good morning. Reporter: Good morning, David. The pope's pilgrimage to the holy land turned into a daring and controversial quest for peace. Today the pope came to this place, the western or wailing wall, the holiest site for Jews where he prayed, touched the wall, left a note of prayer, the our father written in his native Spanish in the wall. That picture in stark contrast to his unscheduled and controversial visit yesterday to that grim concrete barrier that separates Israelis from Palestinians in Bethlehem. That moment thrilling Palestinians deeply concerning many Israelis who see that wall as a life saver from terrorism. The pope crossing all kinds of lines, he uttered the words state of palestine, a first for a pope, that term rejected by Israel and the U.S. But he also invited the president of Israel and the president of the Palestinians to join him in a prayer for peace at his modest apartment in the Vatican and both men have accepted. It's been an amazing journey and it continues today in Israel. David? This could be historic. Terry, our thanks to you and Amy
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