Thursday, December 17, 2015

"Is the Church in the Middle East on Life Support?" - Ethics Daily

Martin Accad, writing from Beirut, explains the way that Christians in Lebanon, Syria, Iraq and Turkey feel about the past, as they examine their history, and the future, as they look ahead with concern. This important article will take about one minute to read, but a very long time to digest.

Beirut, capital city of Lebanon

At the turn of this century, it has become quite clear that entire Christian communities in Iraq and Syria will never recover from the targeted obliteration of which they are now victim. They suffer both from the unstoppable rise in religious fanaticism expressed in Islamic terms, and from the action of foreign governments that often have little regard for the historical realities of their countries.

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