How will Christmas 2016 be in the Middle East? Two Christians, one refugee mother in Lebanon and one pastor in Qamishli in northeast Syria, tell how difficult the message of
Coptic Bishop Anba Angaelos said that the Christian community in Egypt is ready to forgive those who are responsible for the Cairo church bombing that killed 25 people last Sunday.
By Albin Hillert* “What we did when we created the Anaphora Institute, is we dug deep into the ground, until we found water. We brought the water to the surface,
One thousand Coptic Christians have been covertly relocated from Egypt to Hungary to flee increasing levels of persecution, according to government officials. But human rights groups, the Hungarian media and