Violation of human rights; Freedom of speech! Featured

By Zewa Dawod

Is one of the fundamental human rights which includes; freedom of speech, or of the press, and the right of people to peacefully assemble. It is a principle which supports the freedom of individuals or a community to article their opinion without any fears of Continue reading

THE LAND OF GIBRAN AND THE BECOMING ABUNDANT OF THE ESSENCE Featured

By Yusuf Begtas

We’ve decided to visit the Lebanon between the 9th and 16th of September with my friend Habip Do?an in response to the insistent invitation. On the occasion of this trip, we greeted our Maronite brothers whom I’ve been longing for to get to know for a long time. We got close and touched each other. We’ve coalesced with each other. We’ve taken a stroll together through the corridors of history. We’ve completed our trip and contacts with the siege of affectionate style 

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Fanatics still dream of removing Christians

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Iraq: Photo of Mgr Najeeb Michaeel (Chaldean Catholic Archbishop of Mosul and Akra)
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By Fionn Shiner MORE than three years on from the defeat of Daesh (ISIS), Islamists in Iraq are as determined as ever to rid their towns and cities of Christians – according to a senior bishop, who has warned of a surge in extremism. Continue reading

Curfew Causes Damages for Iraqi IDPs

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03/29/2020 Iraq (International Christian Concern) – Iraq’s strict coronavirus restrictions are having potentially disastrous implications for Christians persecuted by ISIS attempting to rebuild their lives in the Nineveh Plains, a disputed territory currently under control of the Central Government. Continue reading

Turkey Weaponizes, Then Restores, Water

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03/28/2020 Syria (International Christian Concern) – Nearly a week after Turkish sponsored armed groups cut the water supply for 460,000 people living in Syria’s Hasakah province, the supply has been restored. This restoration comes with the demand that Turkey receives 30-50% of the Mabrouka station’s total electrical output, Continue reading

From Syria with love, prayers and solidarity

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·     ACN project partner’s heart-felt coronavirus message By John Pontifex AN intrepid nun, who coordinates emergency relief in Syria, has responded to the coronavirus pandemic by sending a message of prayer and solidarity to friends and benefactors of a leading Catholic charity. Continue reading

Syrian Christians: Leaders in hope

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Fionn Shiner
Fr Charbel Eid Rizkallah with icon of Our Lady of SorrowsChristians in Syria are an example for the whole Church of how to keep hope in a time of life-changing crisis – according to a senior priest who is working with parish communities all over the country. Continue reading

Leaders in the way of hope

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By Fionn Shiner CHRISTIANS in Syria are an example for the whole Church of how to keep hope in a time of life-changing crisis – according to a senior priest who is working with parish communities all over the country. Continue reading