.– Dr. Ramsay Dass
The American Middle East Christians Congress (AMECC) has declared the month of October of every year to be American Middle East Christians Month, where activities, lectures, meetings, television and radio programs, and a visit to the capitols of the states and Washington, D.C. will be included. The purpose of this month is to inform, educate, and promote the heritage, culture, civic and civil rights of the American Middle East Christians in the United States.
There are over 7 million Americans of Middle East Christian descent, and they have been governors, senators, members of Congress, mayors, scientists, educators, and all walks of life in addition to their contributions to the commerce and culture of the United States.
We hope each and everyone of the American Middle East Christians will create a program with religious leaders of other faiths and dialogue with political, social, and other avenues.
The American Middle East Christians’ began with the pre-dawn of civilization and they are known as the cradle of civilization. Some of their establishments are considered the Seven Wonders of the World.
We must stand up and be counted. After all, what is the Middle East without Christians and the world without the input of the Middle East Christians?
I will update you as we go. I am looking forward for your input.
Dr. Ramsay F. Dass, MD
President, American Middle East Christians Congress (AMECC)
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