Monthly Archives: September 2007

Alcohol business dangerous in Baghdad

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By BASSEM MROUE, Associated Press Writer The three men glanced left and right before cautiously entering a liquor store on Saadoun Street, one of two areas where alcohol is…

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Iraqi Christians greet Muslims before Ramadan

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“We need signs of dialogue in Iraq, otherwise, all is lost”. This is what the Chaldean Archbishop of Kirkuk, Msgr. Louis Sako maintains, as he explains his initiative to AsiaNews which invites the Christian faithful of his diocese to unite themselves in…

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The other victims in Iraq

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By Mokhtar Lamani and He Hany Besada ARMENIANS, Chaldo-Assyrian Christians, Faili Kurds, Shabaks, Palestinians, Baha’is, Mandeans, Yazidis, Turkomans, and Jews, together with their Sunni and Sh’iite…

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Defend the Persecuted

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In a recent article in the Washington Post, Nina Shea, the director of the Hudson Institute’s Center for Religious Freedom, paints a bleak picture for the future of non-Muslims in Iraq. She explains how some 60 years ago, Iraq’s Jewish population fled…

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Bush Sees Hope for Iraq’s Future

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The president’s visit was made a week ahead of the much-anticipated congressional report from Gen. David H. Petraeus, the top American commander in Iraq, on progress of the conflict.…

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ENDURING SPIRIT

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The Chaldean Educational Center of America, in collaboration with the Michigan Council for Arts & Cultural Affairs (MCACA), and Mesopotamia Art History & Beyond (Learning Studio & Art Gallery), presents a selection of 30 artworks by pioneer,…

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