Dr.Ramsay Dass, president of the American Middle East Christians Congress, on Fox2 News

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On the 15th anniversary of September 11, Fox2 News held a 30-minute television show on 9/11/2016 inviting community leaders including Dr. Ramsay F. Dass, President of American Middle East Christian Congress, to discuss 9/11 and its repercussion and its effects on American Middle East Christians and Christianity in the Middle East.
Dr. Dass over-emphasized that the events on 9/11 along with the invasion of Iraq in 2003 followed by the Arab Spring has damaged the infrastructure of the countries with forced emigration and immigration of Christians from Iraq, Syria and other countries while not forgetting the two-year occupation of the Christian neighborhood in the Nineveh valley in Iraq that constituted of predominately and historically Christian neighborhood since the emergence of Christianity in Iraq.
Dr. Dass has pointed out that the presence of Christians and Christianity in the Middle East, such as in Iraq, Syria, Jordan, Lebanon, Egypt and others, is a stabilizing factor and contributor to the political welfare and civil rights of the countries.
Dr. Dass also emphasized that in this political atmosphere of elections that the Republican and Democratic candidates have to do more and declare publicly their support to the support of Christians and Christianity in the Middle East.