Christians in Middle East Face Approaching Dangers

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Christians in Middle East Face Approaching Dangers
February 17, 2012
For vulnerable Christian communities throughout the Middle East, violent shock waves from the Arab Spring continue to reverberate. Last week in Egypt, numerous Coptic Christian families were expelled from their village, the victims of “religious cleansing.” In Syria, Christians cheered the recent vetoes of the U.S. Security Council resolution by Russia and China, infuriating the nation’s Muslims who are fighting the Assad regime. Will an anti-Christianpogrom soon sweep through both countries?

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3 thoughts on “Christians in Middle East Face Approaching Dangers

  1. Interesting how we forget about Christians, but we are so very concerned about Muslims. That tells me that we have elected too many people who don’t know the difference and don’t much care that they do not know.


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