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8 August 2012
Greg Kandra




Vatican paper: why is there so much violence against Christians? (L'Osservatore Romano)

Church sources: "We fear a massacre" in Aleppo (Fides)

Israeli court rules that Gaza Christians may pray at holy sites, but Muslims cannot (AFP)

Israeli scholar corrects known errors in Hebrew scripture, produces first major overhaul in 500 years (Associated Press)



Tags: Syria Violence against Christians Gaza Strip/West Bank Israel

7 August 2012
Greg Kandra




Lebanon's Patriarch Beshara Rai wary of regime change in Syria (The Globe and Mail)

Blogger who criticized Russian Orthodox Church seeks asylum in Estonia (Interfax)

Rains trigger floods, landslides across India (Times of India)

Refugee camps care for violence-stricken region of India (CNS)

Some Muslims experience health problems from Ramadan fast (Deseret News/NPR)



Tags: India Lebanon Russian Orthodox Church Patriarchs Ramadan

6 August 2012
Greg Kandra




Vatican: Christians and Muslims must work together (Catholic News Service)

In Syria, Christian leaders urge faithful not to accept weapons, live in peace (Fides)

Russian Orthodox spokesman defends Russia’s government (Interfax)

Riot leaves Egyptian village without Christians (Associated Press)



Tags: Syria Egypt Middle East Muslim Russian Orthodox Church

2 August 2012
J.D. Conor Mauro




Relief efforts of CNEWA and partners highlighted (EWTN)

Rebel forces in Aleppo capture tank, shell military airbase (Reuters)

Egyptian President to swear in new Cabinet today (USA Today)

Greek government commits to new round of spending cuts (Huffington Post)

Revival of Orthodox Christianity in Ukraine (Voice of Russia)

Patriarch Kirill blesses new church near Moscow's Federal Security Service (Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty)



Tags: Syria Egypt Ukraine War Russian Orthodox Church

1 August 2012
J.D. Conor Mauro




Center in Bethlehem provides care for those suffering post-traumatic stress (Catholic News Service)

Maronite bishops criticize Lebanese government (The Daily Star)

Fighting in Syria reaches Christian areas of Damascus (The Daily Star)

Irrigation technology to improve Ethiopian food security (News Dire)

Power restored in India, ending two-day blackout for more than half a billion (BBC)

Disavowed letter from Egyptian president pledges new peace efforts with Israel (Washington Post)



Tags: Syria India Egypt Lebanon Ethiopia

31 July 2012
J.D. Conor Mauro




Combat in Aleppo worsens with increasing aerial firepower (Al Jazeera)

Concerns in Israel about Syrian government's chemical weapons (Spiegel)

670 million without power in second Indian blackout (Reuters)

Audit reveals wasted resources in Iraqi police training program (L.A. Times)

Two car bombs kill 20 in Shiite neighborhood in Iraq (Washington Post)

Israeli West Bank settlements growing rapidly (The Guardian)

One in four refugees in the world is Palestinian (Turkish Weekly)

Relationship between Bulgaria and Israel strained by bus bombing (New York Times)

Egyptian Coptic Christians voice concerns over new leadership (Lincoln Star Ledger)



Tags: Syria Iraq India Palestine Israel

30 July 2012
J.D. Conor Mauro




In Syria, conflicting reports over the battle for Aleppo (Al Jazeera)

Lebanese concerned violence could cross the Syrian border (Washington Post)

Pope Benedict XVI appeals for peace in Syria and in Iraq (Vatican Radio)

Ethiopian authorities halt violence between two warring tribes (Washington Post)

Weak monsoon season hurting crops in India (Washington Post)

West Bank's tech sector growing despite checkpoints (New York Times)

Hezbollah releases footage of attack leading to 2006 Lebanon war (The Independent)

Romania's president beats impeachment vote (BBC)



Tags: Syria India Lebanon Ethiopia Pope Benedict XVI

26 July 2012
Greg Kandra




In Syria, battles for Damascus, Aleppo intensify (CNN)

Turkish camps struggle to cope with 44,000 Syrian refugees (Reuters)

Christians in Gaza fear for future of their community (Associated Press)

Ethiopia bans domestic workers from going to UAE, citing reports of abuse (NewsDire)

Bishops conference in India calls for peace in Assam (Vatican Radio)

Topless protestor disrupts visit of Patriarch Kirill to Kiev (Associated Press)



Tags: Syria Ethiopia Gaza Strip/West Bank Turkey Indian Bishops

25 July 2012
Greg Kandra




Turkey seals border with Syria; refugees still fleeing (New York Times)

Christians fear what will happen if Assad falls (Christian Post)

Kosovo Orthodox church robbed, desecrated (Interfax)

Thanks to Vatican grant, Pakistani Muslim studies Christianity in Rome (Fides)

Egypt’s president chooses a prime minister (Washington Post)



Tags: Syria Egypt Vatican Turkey Muslim

24 July 2012
Greg Kandra




This morning, we’re introducing a new feature on the blog that we’re calling “Page One.” Every morning, we’ll post some headlines with links to interesting stories from both the secular and religious media spotlighting news in CNEWA’s world. We hope you’ll make this a regular destination every morning, and revisit often.

Israel warns it may intervene in Syria if chemical weapons are used (The Independent)

Catholic bishops to meet Thursday in Aleppo, Syria; “crisis” facing Christians to be discussed (Fides)

In Damascus, hours of high tension and prayer among Christians (Fides)

New York-born priest to be bishop for Ukrainian Catholics in France (Catholic News Service)

What Catholics can learn during Ramadan (Catholic News Service)

“Excitement” builds in Middle East ahead of Pope’s trip to Lebanon (Vatican Radio)



Tags: Syria Lebanon Israel Pope Benedict XVI Ukrainian Catholic





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