Posts Tagged “persecution”

Arab Spring brings uncertainty to Middle East Christians

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Chaldean Detroit Times: Arab Spring brings uncertainty to Middle East Christians By Ray Hanania For the Christians of the Arab World, change is not always good. The Arab Spring has brought much uncertainty for Christians living in the Arab World. Their challenges have been excluded from Arab Spring demands. Over the years, Christian Arabs, who…

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For Middle East Christians, Turning the other cheek is not enough

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Middle East Christians: Turning the other cheek is not enough Chaldean Detroit Times July 1, 2013 By Ray Hanania Christians from the Middle East, Arab and non-Arab, are very tolerant people. We turn the other cheek when we are insulted by others. But what do we do when we are ignored, marginalized and treated as…

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08-05-09 Holy Days in Holy Land turning into fury

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Holy Days Turning into Fury Maria C. Khoury, Ed. D. — It is such a special month in the Holy Land especially for the Orthodox Church, although we start the fast thirteen days later, we turn our eyes and heart onto honoring the Most Holy Mother of God in this special 14 day Dormition Fast.

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HANANIA: Orthodox Easter comes amid persecution of MidEast Christians, For Immediate Release, April 20, 2008

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Orthodox Easter comes amid persecution of MidEast Christians By Ray Hanania — The only time anyone really thinks about Arab Christians is when they are needed as political pawns in a larger battle. Israel and its extremist supporters often assert that Arab Christians are persecuted by Muslims, but make no mention of the fact that…

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