Monthly Archives: January 2011

The Gratitude of the President of Armenia

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Thirteen representatives of national minorities of Armenia have been awarded by the Gratitude of the President of Armenia. One of the thirteen awarded representatives was the representative of the Assyrian Community of Armenia.…

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Another Iraqi Christian shot in Mosul

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A Christian doctor in Mosul was shot a point-blank range on January 15, in the latest of a series of targeted attacks on Iraqi Christians. Dr. Nuyia Youssif Nuyia, a prominent cardiologist and the father of 4 children and a…

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When Christians Become Targets

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 By Simon Azazian- Christians have been living in the Middle East seven decades prior to the arrival of Islam, and for 14 other decades as part of, or under, the law of Islam.…

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Haunted by violence, Iraqi Christians flee to Turkey

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  By Nicolas Cheviron, AFP ISTANBUL, (AFP) – Terrorised by mounting extremist attacks, more and more Iraqi Christians are fleeing in panic to neighbouring Muslim-majority Turkey, among them lone minors sent away by desperate parents.…

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Mystery and history of Aramaic town of Syria

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Story and Photo By Motaz Othman MA’LULU, Syria (eTN) – Ma’lula, this charming famous village in Syria, is some 56 kilometers, less than one hour’s drive, north from Damascus on the main road…

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