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Articles of The Dossier: Christians under Attack

CHRISTIANS/ Allen: Massive Intervention Needed to Halt Persecution in the Middle East

In an interview with Terrasanta.net, JOHN ALLEN discusses the situation of Christians in the Middle East and the need of a mobilisation of the Christian consciousness in their defense
From the World

SHAHBAZ BHATTI / His brother Paul: Why is it that those who kill a Christian are likely to go ...

PAUL JACOB BHATTI comments on the arrest of the two assassins of his brother Shahbaz Bhatti, the Catholic Pakistani minister shot to death in 2011, and on the chance for a reconciliation
Culture & Religion

RIMINI MEETING/ Filonenko: The martyrs of the 20th century, a "gift" from Russia to the West

ALEKSANDR FILONENKO, professor of philosophy at the University of Kharkov, Ukraine, talks about the witness of the Russian Orthodox Church during the years of the Soviet persecution
Culture & Religion

APPEAL FROM THE MEETING / Fr. Gheddo: Persecuted Christians are the "revolution" of Jesus

Fr. PIERO GHEDDO comments on the appeal from the Rimini Meeting calling on national institutions and international organizations to protect and guarantee the existence of Christians
Culture & Religion

EGYPT CHAOS / Greiche (Catholic spokesperson): Christians are being attacked because they want ...

Fr. RAFIC GREICHE, spokesman for the Catholic Church in Egypt, describes the situation of Christians, their participation to the struggle for democracy and why they are under attack
From the World

SYRIA/ The dramatic situation of Syriac Christians and the possible role of Turkey

EVGIL TURKER, head of the Federation of Syriac Associations in Turkey, highlights the difficult situation of Syriac Christians in Syria, threatened and persecuted by Assad and Jihadists
From the World

FORGIVENESS/ Card. Onaiyekan (Nigeria): I ask for amnesty for those who participated in the ...

According to Card. ONAIYEKAN, Archbishop of Abuja, an amnesty to the members of Boko Haram under the condition they stop the violence is a possible way to end terrorism in Nigeria
Culture & Religion

ISLAM/ Reilly: A difficult issue Pope Francis has in front of him

ROBERT REILLY , American Foreign Policy Council, talks about the difficulties Pope Francis will meet in the relationships with Islam, while protecting Christians from the Islamists’ attacks
Culture & Religion

PAKISTAN/ Bhatti: the absolution of Rimsha is a victory for all

Minister for National Harmony in Pakistan PAUL BHATTI was personally involved in the case of the little girl arrested for blasphemy. He comments on the outcome of the case here.
Politics & Society

PAKISTAN/ Rimsha Masih: The police investigation showed her innocence, but she’s still on trial

Pakistani Minister for National Harmony PAUL BHATTI discusses the latest postponement in the trial of Rimsha Masih, falsely accused of burning pages of the Koran.
Culture & Religion
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