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Ten microbuses stand before the Catholic church of Al-Sakakini. A hundred Sudanese escaped the mountain of the heated war in Sudan and its results of hunger, poverty and diseases. Their only hope is to build a new life in which they may regain the feeling of security. Those hundred Sudanese are...
While Egyptians where preparing to celebrate Christmas and Eid Al-Fitr - the gift of God - that was sent to Egypt this year to confirm the unity of its people, the incidents of Al-Koshh came to spoil all that joy and happiness and cast depressing shadows on that occasion that comes only every...
The Vatican announced that they were informed by Iraq that the boycott imposed by the United Nations and the no-flying zones will make the Pope’s visit to the city of Ur impossible.
Running and hiding gets more difficult for Osama bin Laden, the alleged terrorist whose hosts in Afghanistan face UN sanctions, may take little comfort from a precedent in Libya earlier this year.
Sub-title: ’Hamas has insisted on its position, which justified taking measures to protect Jordan’s security’ His Majesty King Abdullah on Sunday said the Hamas issue will be resolved soon, but noted that there can be no return to the former situation, stressing that recent measures taken by the...
Pope John Paul, expected to visit Iraq early in 2000, inveighed yesterday against continued sanctions against Baghdad, saying many Iraqis had died because of lack of medicines. "I wish to express once against my solidarity with the Iraqi people and I am particularly close in prayer and hope to the...
The Vatican and Iraq have begun to plan a possible visit by Pope John Paul II to Iraq to celebrate the Millennium, sources at the Vatican embassy in Baghdad said on Sunday.
Iraqi Christians want Pope John Paul II to visit their country and speak out against the embargo, but the United States and other countries leading the sanctions against Iraq would just as soon he stay home.
Iraq’s leading Christian cleric said Wednesday he believed Pope John Paul II remained committed to a controversial millennium pilgrimage to Iraq and that he expected him to meet President Saddam Hussein.
Last week the United States State Department issued its first annual Report on International Religious Freedom, documenting the American view of the state of religious freedom or persecution in most countries around the world. This noble aim, however, is not well served by the chosen means.

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