Break Ground, Not Promises

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Ann Coulter
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Break Ground, Not Promises
Source: AP Photo/Daniel Ochoa de Olza
Several months into the Trump administration, I started running a daily “Border Wall Continue reading

The Safe Zone Northern Syria Needs

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The United States must ensure that a safe zone is guaranteed by international forces and not by Turkey.
By Shervan Derwish
Mr. Derwish is a spokesman for the Manbij Military Council.
A soccer match in Manbij, Syria, which was freed from Islamic State control by Kurdish Continue reading

Residents of Christian towns in Iraq face another displacement

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Kosar Nawzad Kosar Nawzad |
Residents of Christian towns in Iraq face another displacement
Crucifixes and icons are seen at the heavily damaged Church of the Immaculate Conception in Qaraqosh (also known as Hamdaniya), some 32 kilometers east of Mosul, on April 9, 2017, as Christians mark the first Palm Sunday event in the town Continue reading

Forgotten Crisis – Iraq: Stories of Reconstruction

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ACT Alliance helps Iraqis restart their lives
Mosul, Iraq – Most days in Mosul, Younis Ghanim wears a yellow vest and rubber boots, grabs a shovel and sets off to pick up garbage. It’s a small task in the massive reconstruction effort of this northern Iraqi city that for three years formed the capital of Continue reading

New Christian Church to be built in Turkey

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By Mario Schiavone |
The Mayor of Bakirkoy and the Metropolitan Bishop of the Syro-Orthodox Church announcing the agreement for the building of the new church
The 25 thousand Syriac Christians currently living in the suburbs of Istanbul in Turkey, Continue reading