Open Doors church centres step in to help Syrian families

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Christian Today staff writer Open Doors has appealed for help for Syrian families who are traumatised, lacking basic food and medicines and struggling to cope with the effects of the war. Around 12,000 families are being supported through church-run Centres of Hope funded by donations from Open Doors supporters around the world.…

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Iraqi priest rebuilds church in war-torn Mosul

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by Catholic News Service ‘Two of my churches were hit by airstrikes, two others were damaged. Nothing was left but the walls. But I don’t feel hopeless’ Girls navigate a muddy street on as they make their way to school amid the rubble of…

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Confront Turkey’s ethnic cleansing and stop indulging it

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by Michael Rubin Every April, Turkish diplomats and members of the Congressional Turkey Caucus scramble to avert a resolution recognizing as genocide the World War I-era Ottoman massacres of Armenians. Turkish officials oppose any resolution holding Turkey responsible both because the Republic of Turkey was not formally declared until 1923…

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Separation is Not the Solution in Iraq

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Alice Su, Aeon | “The entrance to Karemlash, a small village in northern Iraq, is marked by a sign featuring Jesus Christ, hands beckoning, next to the words ‘Wellcome Back’ [sic]. His beaming smile has taken on an ironic cast for the residents of this minority enclave.…

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Trump signs law to aid Christians in Iraq, Syria

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A center for internally displaced persons, most of whom are Christians, in Dawodiya, Iraq, April 10, 2016. Credit: Elise Harris/CNA By Christine Rousselle Washington D.C., Dec 11, 2018 / 04:01 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- President Donald…

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