SYRIA’S Christians are facing yet another year of uncertainty as they approach the ninth anniversary of the bloody war which has seen their community haemorrhage huge numbers.
By Laura O’Callaghan
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Those living in parts of northern Syria such as the de facto autonomous region of Rojava had been hopeful of a brighter future until Turkey launched its Operation Peace Spring offensive in October. Rojava has been home to a pioneering democratic project since 2012 which has seen women and minorities including Christians given a central say in decisions. But Ankara’s invasion which sparked an exodus of civilians has seriously threatened the existence of the revolutionary vision.
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