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Hundreds of Christian Iraqis commemorated  the fourtieth anniversary of Sayyidat al-Najāh (Lady of Salvation) massacre in Baghdad on December 10, 2010. A lot of public and political figures attended the anniversary funeral. A Christian sect in al-Basrah (editor: name not given) canceled Christmas...
This report focuses on the situation of Christians in the major cities of Iraq, who are fleeing to the relative safety of Kurdistan, according to the report. It cites a Reuters report as saying that a latest incident, in which an elderly man and his wife were murdered, was part of a spate of...
Turkish forces continue to clash with the Kurdistan Workers’ Party’s guerrillas [PKK] in south-eastern areas near its border with Iraq.
An Assyrian Orthodox priest was killed in a drive-by shooting in Baghdad.
Some armed Islamic groups in the Iraqi city of al-Dora have forced Christian residents to leave their homes, unless they embrace Islam or to pay a sum of 200 U.S. Dollars for each person for the jizyah.
The author asserts that secularism is the right way to peaceful cooperative society.
In his article, Dr. Sa‘īd highlights the present Egyptian lack of national concordance. He tries to explain the source of the major disagreement over the Constitution, stating various reasons.
The article talks about the conference of different religions dialogue in Rome between the Azhar Dialogue Committee and the Vatican, following a hiatus of over six months due to the Vatican pope’s offensive statements against Islām.
The fifth session of the conference on minorities in the Middle East is to be held in the last week of March. Coptic figures and journalist are invited to the conference which is sponsored by a Christian Zionist Organization located in Switzerland.
The author critizes an article by the German magazine Der Spiegel about Christians in the Middle East. She claims that the article distorts the reality of the situation in the declining Christian communities in the region.


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