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Category Archives: persecuted Christians
His Excellency Mario Zenari visited Aleppo From the 17th to the 23rd of May we received the visit of His Excellency Mario Zenari, Apostolic Nuncio to Syria. During his stay in this town, he met with the bishops of various … Continue reading
“the situation in Iraq is exhausting.” “It’s been twelve years now that there are about 20 attacks a day. A person goes to the market, and you don’t know if he or she is going to come back alive” … Continue reading
A reporter came and wanted to photograph this little syrian girl. She thought the camera was a weapon, so she surrendered. Looking into her eyes, all I can think of is how much her soul is damaged. Will life ever … Continue reading
Aleppo (Agenzia Fides) – The refusal of the anti-Assad forces to humanitarian truce in Aleppo proposed by the UN envoy Staffan de Mistura is “a serious matter” and proves once again that the Syrian conflict “will not end until all … Continue reading
Terrorists Murder Young Assyrians Fighting to Defend Christian Villages and Families Terrorist group Islamic State (IS) has started killing hostages seized after it took Assyrian Christian villages in Syria’s Hassake governorate – with reports that around 15 are dead.
Their story is the same as the Acts of the Martyrs of the first centuries. Killed by the sword of Islam out of pure hatred for their Christian faith by Sandro Magister ROME, March 2, 2015 – They refused to … Continue reading
In the past, Syria had one of the most storied Christian communities in the world. St. Paul was even baptized there. Today, Christians suffer from the Syrian civil war like everyone else, but they are also persecuted simply for their baptism. … Continue reading