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We cannot ignore this genocide

Until the murderous persecution of Christians by ISIS is recognized for what it is, its perpetrators cannot be brought to international justiceJust before Christmas 75 parliamentarians, from both Houses and all parties – including the

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More help needed from Europe to sustain Middle East Christians

THE head of the Middle East’s Franciscans said more help is needed to keep Christians in the region – as an international conference on Syria’s refugee crisis got underway in London.Speaking to Catholic charity Aid

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Vatican foreign minister urges increased support for Syrian refugees

The Vatican’s Secretary for Relations with States, Archbishop Paul Gallagher, has appealed for increased funding to support refugees from the Syrian crisis, saying the Holy See will “continue its humanitarian assistance” to the region over

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Renowned Arab Christians Who Contributed to Arab Islamic Civilization

Palestinian Christians: In Their Own Words

Arab Christians made significant contributions in the areas of science, literature, medicine and more during the early Islamic era. We will be featuring some of these individuals who played an integral role in building the Arab Islamic Civilization, as published in an Arabic collection by the Royal Institute for Inter-Faith Studies in Jordan.

HCEF is pleased to announce the initiation of this new series. It will present the views and vision of Christians who have experienced or are experiencing the Holy Land. Among them especially are the Palestinian Christians who are often overlooked, even though they matter historically, religiously, theologically, socially, and politically.

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