“We have lost everything; our homes have been stolen, looted, destroyed, and burned. There is nothing left for us there, to return for,” said an Iraqi Christian who fled to Jordan.
Rami DabbasJanuary 28, 2022
During the coronavirus pandemic, Middle Eastern Christians like MP Neemat Frem and Dr. Issam Raad are living up to the best of their community’s tradition as healers of the sick.
Peter BurnsApril 14, 2020
Christians who see Palestinians as human beings made in the image of God should not be satisfied with the UN Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA). Those who are satisfied don’t know what it looks like.
Robert NicholsonSeptember 7, 2018
Michael Doran’s book shows how the Eisenhower administration made several mistakes in the Middle East, and today policymakers can learn from them.
Mark MeltonMay 22, 2018
Israel’s founding was at once a victory for justice, a triumph for freedom, and a crushing blow to antisemitism. It was a story of David against Goliath. But 70 years later, things are different. Israel isn’t David anymore.
Robert NicholsonMay 14, 2018
Bashar al-Assad’s regime has exploited Christians for years, and his government has effectively handed the country’s security to Shia militias that have shown little regard for Christians.
Philippe NassifApril 13, 2018
For now, the border between Israel and Syria on the Golan Heights remains the most important border in the Middle East—a veritable dam holding back the tidal wave of Iranian ambition.
Robert NicholsonFebruary 12, 2018
Discriminatory policies and negligence within the United Nations are aggravating a crisis among Christians in the Middle East.
Alexander W. TitusJanuary 16, 2018
We as Christians are called to remember that “if one member suffers, all suffer together,” so we cannot forget these Iraqi Christian refugees.
Igor SabinoJanuary 10, 2018
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