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Caritas Jerusalem: in Gaza 400,000 Children Need Psychological Care PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 05 September 2014 02:38

Jerusalem – In Gaza, where still in place is the ceasefire which ended operation Protective Edge launched by the Israeli government and the rocket firing by Hamas militants, now 400,000 children and young adults need psychological care to alleviate the effects of the last three conflicts which affected the people of Gaza in the past six years. This is affirmed by Caritas Jerusalem, quoting United Nations sources, in the latest informative report on its activity. “Boys and girls – we read in the dossier, a copy was sent to Fides – represent the part of the population which suffers most the consequences of armed conflict. The majority experience the separation of families and develop a pessimistic vision of life ”.

Archbishop of Canterbury's Statement on Mid-East Christians PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 04 September 2014 01:43

After praying with Middle East church leaders at Lambeth Palace today, the Archbishop spoke out in solidarity with Christians and other minorities being persecuted in the Middle East. 

"A new situation has arisen which creates a state of emergency in the Middle East for Christians and other religious and ethnic minorities. The recent increase in violence and aggression has resulted in gross violations of the fundamental rights and freedoms in the region.  We gather today as Christians, including those originally from the Middle East, to stand in solidarity and prayer with our brothers and sisters, who seek to practice their faith and belief in lands where they have been a continuing presence since the beginning of Christianity.

Jordan will always be Safe Haven for Displaced People — Prince Hassan PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 04 September 2014 01:30

AMMAN - Jordan will always be a safe haven for displaced people and those who suffer injustice, HRH Prince Hassan said on Wednesday.

During a meeting with Iraqi Christians who have taken refuge in Jordan at Mar Elias and the Lady of Peace churches, Prince Hassan said Iraq, the cradle of human civilisation, cannot suffer more hatred among its people, the Jordan News Agency, Petra, reported.

The prince, who chairs the board of trustees of the Royal Institute for Inter-Faith Studies, expressed sorrow over the Iraqis’ decision to leave their country.

Maronite Abp: Islamic State Atrocities are a Wakeup Call to Action PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 03 September 2014 07:23

The atrocities committed by Islamic State (IS) militants in Iraq should be a wake-up call to the international community to take action. That’s according to Lebanese Patriarchal Vicar for the Maronite Church, Archbishop Paul Sayah who warns that if IS and other extremist Islamic groups are not stopped, they will threaten the security of other states within and without the Middle East.Tens of thousands of Christians, Yazidis and other minorities have fled to Northern Iraq to escape the death threats and brutality of the militants.

Latin Patriarch Delegation Visits Gaza: “It is Like the Cities Devastated by World War II” PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 03 September 2014 03:09
Jerusalem - “We visited the district of Sajaya, where 80 per cent of homes and other buildings have been reduced to heaps of rubble. We saw things which can only be compared with the situation of cities raised to the ground during the Second World War”. With this image William Shomali, patriarchal Vicar of the Patriarchate of Jerusalem of the Latins, summarises impressions recorded in the brief visit on Monday 1st September to the city of Gaza, together with the Administrator general of the Patriarchate, Fr. Imad Twal, and the Chancellor of the Patriarchate, Fr. George Ayoub. 
F. Jorge, Parish Priest from Gaza: “Francis Encouraged us to Always Go Forward” PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 02 September 2014 02:08
INTERVIEW – August 29, 2014. Pope Francis receives the parish priest from Gaza. They are a minority, but like all the other people of Gaza they have suffered because of the conflict. They have been sustained by the certainty of being part of the universal Church and of feeling the solicitude and care of the Pope and the solidarity and prayers of Christians throughout the world. Fr Jorge Hernández Zanni of the Institute of the Incarnate Word spoke about them in this interview with Osservatore Romano.
Vatican: Int. Community must Stop Unjust Aggressor in Iraq PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 02 September 2014 01:47
Archbishop Silvano Tomasi is calling on the international community to take concrete steps to stop the ongoing violence and persecution of minorities in northern Iraq, to reestablish a just peace and to protect all vulnerable groups of society.
Speaking on Monday at the 22nd Special Session of the UN Human Rights Council, Archbishop Tomasi who is the Permanent Representative of the Holy See to the United Nations and Other International Organizations in Geneva, said "adequate steps must be taken to achieve these goals".
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