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Iraqi Archbishop Warns of COVID Challenges for IDPs

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Iraq (International Christian Concern) –  Archbishop Bishar Warda has stated that in Erbil, there are currently 2,000 Christian families affected by COVID, with 23 individuals having died since March. Maryamana Hospital in Ankawa, a Christian neighborhood in Erbil, is used to coordinate COVID treatment but does not…

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Athens reaches out to Syria via Greek Orthodox community

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Syria’s Greek Orthodox Christians hope the resumption of ties between Syria and Greece will help them recover from the war.al-monitor Catholic believers and clerics gather outside the Greek-Melkite Patriarchal Cathedral of the Dormition of Our Lady to mark Palm Sunday in the capital Damascus in Bab Sharki, Old Damascus, on April 14,…

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Turkey violates Syrian ceasefire more than 800 times

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Since a truce was agreed in October 2019, Turkey’s military and allied militias have attacked Syrian (and Iraqi) territory hundreds of times, an average of 2.3 violations per day, including battles, bombings, looting and drone strikes. Tel Tamer, a largely Christian area, is one of the affected areas. The goal is demographic change.…

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What the left can learn from Pope Francis

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ByAdrian Pabst – Pope Francis poses for a selfie with a man after Holy Thursday Mass of the Lord’s Supper at the Center for Asylum Seekers in Castelnuovo di Porto. Photo: CNS/L’Osservatore RomanoMindful of our fractured world, the pope calls for a fairer sharing of resources, care for nature, and compassion for migrants.…

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Religion central to Armenia-Azerbaijan conflict

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Flag of Azerbaijan on military uniform. Credit: Bumble Dee/ShutterstockBy Matt Hadro Washington, D.C. Newsroom, Oct 13, 2020 / 01:00 pm MT (CNA).- Religion is a central factor in the conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan, Christian advocates explained in a briefing on the conflict on Friday.…

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Card Sako says the encyclical is a light at a time of wars, sectarianism and persecution

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For the cardinal, ‘Fratelli Tutti’ is a call “to live in peace” and put “aside enmities” and for “charity and brotherhood”. Christians can pass on brotherhood and mercy to Muslims “for a radical change”. Christians, Jews, Muslims, and Hindus have been affected by secularisation. The encyclical must be presented in a more user-friendly way to…

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Biden campaign launches Chaldean Advisory Council

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Led by Nathan Kalasho and Wisam Naoum, the council will also be forming a Chaldean/Assyrian Women for Biden group THEAANEWS COMMUNITY, ELECTIONS, LOCAL, NATIONAL ELECTIONDETROIT – On Tuesday, Biden for President Michigan (the state’s Joe…

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