Monthly Archives: January 2011

“Hair For You”

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737 West Dundee Arlington Heights, IL 847-259-4968 Owner: Linda Difronzo Linda Difronzo has been the owner of “Hair for You” in Arlington Heights for the past…

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ASSYRIAN GENOCIDE MONUMENT in Armenia

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Yerevan, Armenia The Assyrian Universal Alliance – Armenia Chapter and the Association of the Assyrians of Armenia “Atour” is pleased to announce that the construction of the…

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70 Christians arrested over Christmas in Iran

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Christian Solidarity Worldwide has condemned as “brutal” the arrest and detention of 70 Christians during the Christmas period in Iran. Twenty-five of them were rounded up in the early hours of Christmas Day.…

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Defending Christians

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Gavin Hewitt For Coptic Christians this is Christmas Day. In Egypt it is being celebrated behind cordons of police and Christians are wearing black.…

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“Life in Bota Fogo”The Journey Within

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 International Assyrian Pianist Joseph Fraidon Poles releases fifth album “Life in Bota Fogo,” featuring eight original tracks, all composed by Poles ~ The Prostitute That Made Me Cry, Bella of Siracusa, African Winter,…

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Sectarianism and its Discontents

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American and Papal pretensions to be defenders of local religious minorities have contributed more to the situation of sectarianism, rather than to the “safeguard” of the Christian communityJoseph Massad ,…

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Church bomb attack foiled in Iraq

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 Mosul (Iraq), Jan 6 (DPA) Iraqi police said Thursday they foiled an attempt to bomb a church in Mosul, located some 400 km north of Baghdad. A security source said they found six improvised explosive devices and belts ladened…

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US worried by ‘trend’ of Christian attacks

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 AFP – Christians are joined by Muslims during a rally in the mixed working class district of Shubra in the … WASHINGTON (AFP) – The United States said Tuesday it is “deeply concerned”…

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