” “"In Spain, peace is not missing because there is the war but because there are terrorists who threaten life and freedom". These are the words spoken yesterday afternoon by cardinal Antonio M. Rouco Varela, archbishop of Madrid, during the sermon at the funerals of the two victims – Diego Armando Estancio and Carlos Alonso Palate, both Ecuadorian citizens – of the Eta’s attack at the airport of Barajas (Madrid), on 30th December. The archbishop of Madrid stated that "terrorism will be overcome once and for all when the consciences will be converted". This is why "we must regard the person and its rights as inviolable and an essential part of the common good". According to mgr. Joan-Enric Vives Sìcilia, bishop of Urgell and co-prince of Andorra, we must insist on the "unity of all democrats to defeat terrorism" and give "real" support to all the victims and their families. To SIR, he mentions the need to "defend ideals in political ways of respect and justice".” “

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