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1 April 2016
Greg Kandra




In this image from 25 March, Syrian refugee children play in front of a makeshift tent
in Izmir, Turkey. (photo: Evren Atalay/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images)


Amnesty International says Turkey forcing refugees back to Syria (South Africa Times) Amnesty International accused Turkey on Friday of illegally forcing groups of Syrians to return to their conflict-torn country, saying the alleged expulsions showed the “fatal flaws” in a migrant deal agreed with the EU...

Meet Iraqi refugees going back to Iraq (Time) A small but growing number of refugees are going back to their home countries in the Middle East — after life in Germany doesn’t work out...

Genocide call tangled up in politics in Canada (Catholic Register) Widespread slaughter, expulsion, kidnapping and rape of Christians, Yezidis and other ethnic and religious minorities in territory controlled by the Islamic State may well constitute a genocide, but the Canadian government will not join a growing international movement and formally call it a genocide before there is a proper, third party investigation...

Gaza child labor doubled in five years (Newsweek) Child labor has doubled in the Gaza Strip in the last five years as unemployment continues to rise and economic conditions continue to worsen in the coastal enclave, according to Palestinian government statistics. The number of children between the ages of 10 and 17 in the enclave currently working in Gaza now stands at 9,700, Reuters reported, citing figures from the Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics...

Egypt preparing document on protection of churches in Islam (Fides) The Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs, a body linked to the Egyptian Ministry for Religious facilities, will publish a vademecum within a month on the subject of “protection of the churches in Islam.” This was reported in recent days by Minister Mohamed Mokhtar, head of the department. The book in preparation — explained the representative of the Egyptian government — is intended to document that in Islamic societies reference to the Qur’an can be translated into a form inspired by the values of coexistence and respect among citizens of different religions...

Toronto art exhibit inspired by migrant crisis (Catholic Register) The exhibit, opening 2 April, is a collection of creative meditations on ongoing social issues of homelessness, migrant issues and refuge. Michael Stoeber, APT member and a professor at Regis College, said the theme was chosen as an initial reaction to the growing Syrian migrant crisis in the Middle East and Europe, but looking around Toronto, the group realized these issues are also in their own backyard...



31 March 2016
Greg Kandra




Children talk among the rubble in the city of Daraa, Syria, on 29 March.
(photo: Mahmod Abazid/NurPhoto via Getty Images)


U.N.: humanitarian help to Syria may lose momentum (AP) A supervisor of U.N. aid says efforts to get humanitarian help to besieged areas in Syria risk losing momentum several weeks into a partial cease-fire. Jan Egeland, who is leading a task force on humanitarian aid, said that “we are afraid now to lose some of the momentum that we got after the Munich meeting” in February, which set off a drive for better aid access and for the truce...

Report: Turkey shooting Syrian refugees on border (Newsweek) Turkish border guards have shot 16 refugees, including three children over the last four months as they flee violence in Syria, The Times reports. Citing London-based monitor Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, the newspaper detailed incidents such as the killing of a man and his child, when crossing the border near the Syrian town of Ras alAin, earlier this month...

Blasphemy cases rising in Egypt (AP) In the past three years, prosecutions on charges of insulting Islam have risen dramatically. From three such cases in 2011, there were 21 cases in the courts in 2015, around half targeting Christians, according to Ishaq Ibrahim, a researcher with the Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights...

Only 26 Jews remain in Cochin, India (Haaretz) These are just two of the seven synagogues in the coastal state of Kerala. (Another one, the striking Parur synagogue, is located 25 kilometers away on another Jew Street.) Despite these symbols, one thing Kerala does not have much of anymore is Jews. Today, there are only 26 Jews left in Cochin — though some don’t speak to, or even recognize, the others...

Pope to release document on family (CNS) The Vatican has set 8 April for the release of “Amoris Laetitia” (“The Joy of Love”), Pope Francis’ reflection on the family and family life. The document, subtitled “On Love in the Family,” will be released at a Vatican news conference with Cardinal Lorenzo Baldisseri, general secretary of the Synod of Bishops, Austrian Cardinal Christoph Schonborn of Vienna and Giuseppina and Francesco Miano, a married couple who participated in both the 2014 and 2015 synods of bishops on the family. “Amoris Laetitia” is what is known as a “postsynodal apostolic exhortation,” a document addressed to the whole church reflecting on themes of church life and faith that have been discussed at a gathering of the Synod of Bishops...



30 March 2016
Greg Kandra




Syrian refugees are seen at Fiumicino Airport in Rome on 29 February. The United Nations is urging countries around the world to accept nearly half a million Syrian refugees.
(photo: CNS/EPA)


U.N. Chief urges countries to take in more Syrian refugees (The New York Times) Secretary General Ban Ki-moon called on Wednesday for countries around the world to accept around half a million Syrian refugees, criticizing political leaders who have responded to the migrant crisis by demonizing asylum-seekers. Opening a one-day ministerial conference in Geneva convened by the United Nations refugee agency, Mr. Ban called for “an exponential increase in global solidarity” in urging countries to accept about 480,000 Syrians over the next three years...

Aid to besieged areas of Syria has reportedly increased since cease fire (AP) A new report says the United Nations and partners delivered badly needed medical and food supplies to about 150,000 people in besieged areas of Syria after a cease-fire that started last month led to a drop-off in fighting. U.N. convoys delivered supplies to people in 10 of 18 areas under siege and to thousands in other, hard-to-reach areas after the 27 February cease-fire, according to the monthly report made available Tuesday. By comparison, less than 1 percent of areas designated as besieged received food aid in all of 2015, according to the U.N.’s humanitarian office...

Child labor rising in Gaza (Reuters) Child labor has risen sharply in Gaza, where youngsters toiling in garages and on construction sites have become breadwinners for families feeling the brunt of the Palestinian enclave’s 43 percent unemployment rate...

Doubts over new government in Ukraine (Vatican Radio) Ukraine’s prospects of forming a new government, which is vital to get billions of dollars in crucial international assistance, were thrown into fresh doubt on Tuesday...

Reports: Turkish government “expropriates” churches (Fides) In the context of the military operations carried out in southern Turkey against Kurdish positions of the Kurdistan Workers’ Party, the government in Ankara ordered the expropriation of a large area of the historical center of Diyarbakir, even confiscating all the churches of the city which stands on the bank of the Tigris River. This is what local sources reported, relaunched by Agos, the Turkish-Armenian bilingual newspaper published in Istanbul...



29 March 2016
Greg Kandra




A general view taken on 27 March 2016 shows part of the remains of the Arc de Triomph (Triumph Arc) monument that was destroyed by Islamic State (ISIS) jihadists in October 2015 in the ancient Syrian city of Palmyra. (photo: Maher Al Mounes/AFP/Getty Images)

Syria retakes Palmyra from ISIS, finds ruins in better shape than expected (Slate) Syrian forces, backed by lots of Russian air strikes and Lebanese militias, managed to drive the Islamic State out of Palmyra on Sunday in what was seen as a big victory for President Bashar al-Assad. Retaking the ancient city that is known for its 2,000-year-old ruins ended a three-week push by the government to retake the UNESCO world heritage site that had been in the hands of ISIS since May...

Some West Bank Christians denied permits to enter Jerusalem (CNS) Nicola Sansour’s voice had a tinge of sadness as he recounted how his family planned to celebrate Easter this year. They planned to attend Holy Week services at Beit Jalla’s Annunciation Parish, purchase new clothes for the three small children, decorate eggs and attend the parish Easter egg hunt. His wife, Nivine, 34, would gather with his mother and sisters to make the traditional stuffed semolina “mamoul” Easter cookies. But this would be another year in which he and his family would not be able to celebrate the holiday with a visit to the Church of the Holy Sepulcher — a mere three miles from his home...

Pope washes feet of refugees on Holy Thursday (CNS) In a moving gesture of brotherhood and peace, Pope Francis washed the feet of several refugees, including Muslims, Hindus and Copts. Gestures, like Jesus washing the feet of his disciples, “speak louder than words,” he said during the Holy Thursday Mass of the Lord’s Supper 24 March. Coming together, he added, is another gesture meant to show a desire to live in peace as brothers and sisters despite people’s different cultural and religious backgrounds...

Kidnapped Indian priest’s whereabouts unknown (Vatican Radio) The Indian government said it was still actively trying to rescue a Salesian priest kidnapped in Yemen in early March amid unconfirmed reports that the missionary had been crucified on Good Friday...

Killing of lawyer heightens tensions between Ukraine and Russia (Vatican Radio) Tensions are rising between Kiev and Moscow as a Ukrainian lawyer of an alleged Russian special forces soldier was found dead after disappearing in the middle of the soldier’s trial...



24 March 2016
Greg Kandra




In this image from December, Nabil Jelil Daud and his wife, Semira Ayup Miha, both from Qaraqosh, Iraq, pose in front of their trailer at Ashti 2, a camp for internally displaced people in Erbil. Pope Francis has called on people to remember persecuted Christians in Iraq.
(photo: CNS/Oscar Durand)


Pope Francis: Do not forget persecuted Iraqi Christians (Vatican Radio) Pope Francis has called on people to “not forget the tragedy of persecution” in a letter sent Iraq Christians in Erbil, the capital of Iraqi Kurdistan. The letter — along with a gift of liturgical vestments and monetary support — was brought to the city by a delegation of the Italian branch of Aid to the Church in Need, led by the Bishop of Carpi, Francesco Cavina...

Iraq says it has launched offensive to retake Mosul (AP) The Iraqi military backed by U.S.-led coalition aircraft on Thursday launched a long-awaited operation to recapture the northern city of Mosul from Islamic State militants, a military spokesman said. In the push, Iraqi forces retook several villages on the outskirts of the town of Makhmour, east of Mosul, early in the morning on Thursday and hoisted the Iraqi flag there, according to the spokesman for the Joint Military Command, Brig. Gen. Yahya Rasool...

Catholic Eastern churches in India will not follow changes in foot-washing ritual (UCANIndia.in) The two Eastern Catholic churches in India have decided not to include women in the washing of the feet ceremony on Maundy Thursday this year...

Canadian archdiocese seeks to increase refugee sponsorships (Catholic Register) The Archdiocese of Toronto is asking Ottawa for the chance to sponsor another 4,000 refugees over the coming year, said Martin Mark, director of the refugee office. But the ambition of Toronto Catholics may be on a collision course with a hard cap on the number of private sponsorships Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada is willing to process...

Food for Ethiopia’s hungry stuck on ships (Bloomberg) Food supplies flowing to Ethiopia during the country’s growing hunger crisis are meeting a major challenge: they can’t get to people fast enough. Ethiopia is doubling its wheat purchases after the harshest drought in half a century, causing bottlenecks of ships at the country’s main port in neighboring Djibouti. At least 10 vessels are waiting to unload about 450,000 metric tons of wheat, according to information on the port’s website and ship-tracking data on Bloomberg. One carrying 50,000 tons of wheat and sorghum is berthed...

Muslim restorers feel history at work in mosaics above Jesus’ burial site (CNS) It’s quiet and dark in the cavernous gallery above Jesus’ burial place in the Church of the Holy Sepulcher. Raed Khalil and his small team of trained restorers have been patiently and methodically cleaning off centuries of soot and dirt from 39 ancient mosaics and two carved marble pieces, some of which may date back to the Byzantine period. All but one of the restorers are Muslim...



23 March 2016
Greg Kandra




A man places flowers on a street memorial 23 March following bomb attacks in Brussels. Three nearly simultaneous attacks on 22 March claimed the lives of dozens and injured more than 200.
(photo: CNS/Francois Lenoir, Reuters)


Pope Francis appeals for condemnation of terrorism (Vatican Radio) Pope Francis on Wednesday said it was with an “aching heart” that he followed the news of the terrorist attacks in Brussels on Tuesday which killed at least 34 people and injured hundreds of others...

Syrian archbishop: Europe is reaping what has been sown in Syria and Iraq (Fides) In the massacres in Brussels, after those in Paris, “unfortunately innocent people reap what European powers have sown in Syria and Iraq in the last few years.” This is the bitter reflection regarding the tragic events of the Belgian capital from the Syrian Catholic Archbishop Jacques Behnan Hindo...

Syria troops reach outskirts of Palmyra (BBC) Syrian government forces are reported to have reached the outskirts of the ancient city of Palmyra, after driving back Islamic State (ISIS) militants. The UK-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported that troops were now only 2km (1.2 miles) south of the Unesco World Heritage-listed ruins. ISIS militants seized the site and the adjoining modern town in May...

Church officials dismiss reports kidnapped priest will be crucified (CNS) Church officials dismissed rumors of social media messages that said an Indian Salesian priest kidnapped by suspected Islamic terrorists in Yemen 4 March is being tortured and will be crucified on Good Friday. “We have absolutely no information” on the Rev. Tom Uzhunnalil, said the Rev. Mathew Valarkot, spokesman for the Salesians’ Bangalore province, to which the kidnapped priest belongs. His remarks were reported by ucanews.com. Suspected Islamic terrorists took away the priest after they attacked a home for the elderly operated by the Missionaries of Charity in Aden and gunned down some 16 people, including four nuns...

Most water in Gaza is unfit to drink (Gulf News.com) Drinking water in the Gaza Strip does not meet international standards, the Palestinian National Authority said on Tuesday. The announcement, which corresponded with World Water Day, said that 97 percent of the drinking water in Gaza is not drinkable...



22 March 2016
Greg Kandra




Women walk through a camp populated by displaced Christians, victims of ISIS, in the Erbil neighborhood of Ain Kawa in Kurdistan. (photo: Raed Rafei)

Ordinary people are not powerless to resist anti-Christian genocide (Crux) Now that the United States officially has joined most of the rest of the world in declaring that the violence unleashed by ISIS on Christians and other minorities constitutes genocide, attention shifts to what to do about it...

Record number of Gaza Christians receive permits to celebrate Easter (ICN) While thousands of foreign pilgrims visit the Holy Land every Easter, this year, 850 indigenous Christians Palestinians from the Gaza Strip are also being allowed to travel to Bethlehem and occupied East Jerusalem, after the Israeli authorities agreed to grant them permits, a Palestinian Authority official said on Saturday. A spokesman for the Palestinian Ministry of Civil Affairs, told Ma’an news agency the permits were the result of “dedicated efforts” by Minister of Civil Affairs Hussein al-Sheikh in order to enable hundreds of Christians to celebrate the holidays within a span of 45 days. This is the first time such a large number of Christians from Gaza received permits to travel to the West Bank and Jerusalem, he added...

Indian, Pakistan Muslim religious leaders call for peace (Vatican Radio) A group of Muslim clerics from India and Pakistan said terrorism in South Asia can be combated successfully if the two traditional rival neighbors respect each other and combat religious extremism...

New Syriac bishop wants to make Canada a home for the faithful (Catholic Register) Canada’s first Syriac Catholic bishop says his immediate challenge is to minister to refugees from the Middle East and at the same time move forward with plans for evangelization in his vast new Canadian diocese as he prepares for the demands of the Easter season...

Pope to celebrate Holy Thursday with young refugees (CNS) Pope Francis will celebrate the Holy Thursday Mass of the Lord’s Supper with young refugees in Castelnuovo di Porto, about 15 miles north of Rome. “Washing the feet of the refugees, Pope Francis is asking for respect for each one of them,” wrote Archbishop Rino Fisichella, the main organizer of the Vatican’s Year of Mercy initiatives...



21 March 2016
Greg Kandra




In the video above, Pope Francis in his Palm Sunday homily denounces the indifference with which the world treats refugees. (video: Rome Reports)

Aleppo bishop: Most Christians have left Syria (AFP) Two-thirds of Syria’s Christians have left the country, an Aleppo bishop said Wednesday, blaming violence and insecurity spread by extremist groups and insisting most Christians still support the Syrian president. Chaldean Catholic bishop Antoine Audo said there were about 1.5 million Christians in the country before the start of the conflict in March 2011. “I think now there are maybe 500,000. Two-thirds have left mainly due to the insecurity,” he told reporters in Geneva...

Pope Francis issues plea for refugees during Palm Sunday homily (Catholic Herald) Too many countries and individuals want someone else to care for refugees fleeing violence and migrants seeking a better life, Pope Francis has said. Preaching about the story of Jesus’s passion and death on Palm Sunday, 20 March, the Pope said that in addition to betrayal and injustice, Jesus experienced indifference as the crowds who had hailed his entry into Jerusalem, Herod, Pilate and even his own disciples washed their hands of him...

Christians concerned with Israeli restrictions during Holy Week, Easter (CNS) Israeli restrictions on reaching the Church of the Holy Sepulcher for Holy Week and Easter are part of the current Israeli government’s policy of making Jerusalem an exclusively Jewish city, said Yusef Daher, secretary-general of the Jerusalem Interchurch Center...

Christians in India call for security during Easter (Fides) Christians in India are asking the government for the protection of churches and safety, in view of the Easter celebrations. As reported, in a statement sent to Fides, the Global Council of Indian Christians, say that “protection is necessary during Holy Week,” given that “violence against individual Christians and churches continues unabated in different parts of India...”

Ethiopia: Israel’s cancelled plan on Ethiopian Jews prompts rally (AllAfrica.com) Hundreds of Ethiopian Israelis marched in Jerusalem after the government cancelled plans to allow their relatives to emigrate from the African nation, calling the move discrimination. Police and organisers estimated the crowd at up to 2,000 people for Sunday’s march, which ended outside Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s office...

Gold dome raised atop new Russian Orthodox cathedral in Paris (AP) A huge golden dome has been hoisted atop a new Russian Orthodox cathedral in the heart of Paris, in a ceremony to inaugurate a controversial project championed by Vladimir Putin. Dignitaries attended Saturday’s special blessing of The Saint Trinity church built on the site of the former headquarters of France’s national weather forecasting service — near the Seine River and the Eiffel Tower...



18 March 2016
J.D. Conor Mauro




People gather in Minya, Egypt, on 16 February for the funeral of Coptic Christians kidnapped and killed by ISIS rebels in Libya. U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said atrocities carried out by ISIS against Yazidis, Christians and other minorities constitute genocide. (photo: CNS/Alaa Elkamhawia, EPA)

U.S. declares ISIS atrocities ‘genocide’ (Los Angeles Times) The Obama administration declared Thursday that rapes, killings and repression of minorities in Iraq and Syria by ISIS militants constitute genocide. Secretary of State John F. Kerry said the region’s Christians, Yazidis and Shiite Muslims were victims of genocide — the deliberate and systematic elimination of a group — and ethnic cleansing…

Armenians, Assyrians praise John Kerry for ISIS genocide statement (AINA) After months of pressure from lawmakers, clergy and organizations, Secretary of State John Kerry used the word “genocide” Thursday to describe atrocities committed by ISIS not only toward Yazidis, but also on Christians and other ethnic minorities who live in the Middle East. Kerry’s announcement likely won’t affect policy, lawmakers said. But by calling the Islamic State’s actions a genocide against Christians symbolizes a change within the Obama administration, members of Southern California’s Armenian and Assyrian organizations noted…

Syriac Catholic archbishop: U.S. declaration of genocide fueled by political interests (Fides) Syriac Catholic Archbishop Jacques Behnan Hindo of Hassaké-Nisibis says the path that led the U.S. administration to recognize ISIS’ violence as genocidal is “a geopolitical operation” that “exploits the category of genocide for their own interests.” The church leader says: “The proclamation of genocide is accomplished by pointing the spotlight on [ISIS] and censoring all the complicity and historical and political processes that led to the creation of the jihadist monster,” adding that the move represents an attempt to regain lost credibility in the region…

Papal visit to Armenia under consideration (Vatican Radio) The director of the Holy See’s press office, the Rev. Federico Lombardi, said the possibility of a visit by Pope Francis to Armenia in the second half of June is being studied…

Ethiopian prime minister appeals to world: Don’t forget us (Newsweek) Ethiopia’s prime minister has urged the international community to increase its support towards the Horn of Africa state as ten million people face going hungry. The country is currently in the midst of its worst drought in around 50 years, exacerbated by the El Niño weather pattern…

Christians and Muslims face rising persecution by Hindu extremists in India (VICE News) Violent attacks on religious minorities in India averaged one attack per day last year, a rising number that has led a coalition of U.S. Congress members to plead with India’s leaders to condemn the violence. According to the Catholic Secular Forum, attacks rose more than 20 percent from 2014 to 2015. There have been 36 attacks on Christians so far this year, ranging from churches being destroyed to priests, sisters, and parishioners being beaten, according to the Christian human rights group International Christian Concern, as well as four murders of Muslim men by Hindu mobs over their consumption of beef…



Tags: India Ethiopia Armenia United States ISIS

16 March 2016
J.D. Conor Mauro




A child sits beside a toy rabbit in the mud at the refugee camp in Idomeni, Greece, on 15 March. The decision by Macedonia to close its border to migrants on Wednesday has left thousands of people stranded at the Greek transit camp. (photo: Carsten Koall/Getty Images)

Pope appeals to leaders to open borders to migrants (Vatican Radio) Pope Francis has reiterated his appeal to State leaders to open their doors to migrants. Speaking during the General Audience in St. Peter’s Square the Pope said “I like to see leaders who open their hearts and their doors” to the many migrants fleeing their countries.

Syrian Army advances in the Palmyra Hills as ISIS retreats east (Al Masdar News) The Syrian Arab Army’s “Tiger Forces” — backed by the Desert Hawks Brigade and Liwaa Imam Ali (Iraqi paramilitary) — launched a powerful assault on ISIS’ defensive positions at the strategic hills surrounding the ancient desert city of Palmyra this morning…

Syria’s Assyrians Fight Back (AINA) Assyrians, an ethnic minority, represent one small faction of prewar Syria’s 1.8 million Christian population. The Syrian government, to the exasperation of Assyrians, has never regarded the Assyrians as a separate ethnicity, instead classifying them as Arab, while Assyrians consider themselves a separate ethnic group with roots in the region dating back more than 4,000 years. Their identity is closely associated with Christianity, the faith Assyrians have followed since shortly after the religion’s beginning. Historically oppressed and underrepresented in political life, the Assyrians in northern Syria have armed themselves in an effort to protect their identity amid the chaos of civil war…

ISIS expands as Libya descends into chaos (Der Spiegel) As two separate governments wage war against each other, Libya is crumbling. ISIS is taking advantage of the turmoil to put down roots in the country…

Orissa bishops mark 30 August to commemorate Christian martyrs (Fides) Bishops of the state of Orissa, in central India, have declared 30 August “Martyrs’ Day” — the day after the martyrdom of St. John the Baptist. “We are delighted with this decision, adopted to honor and respect the sacrifice of more than 101 people who lost their lives during the anti-Christian massacres in 2007 and 2008,” said Archbishop John Barwa of Cuttack-Bhubaneswar, president of the regional conference. The Regional Conference of Bishops of Orissa has officially asked the Indian Bishops’ Conference to make 30 August a national day of commemoration…

Can the Coptic Church help solve Egyptian-Ethiopian dam dispute? (Al Monitor) The Ethiopian and Egyptian Coptic churches share close historical relations. Coptic Bishop Beeman of Nagada and Qus, who coordinates ties between the Egyptian and Ethiopian Coptic churches, has told Al Monitor that the church could play an indirect role in solving the Renaissance Dam crisis between the two countries…

Holy Land bishops discuss the agreements between Israel and the Holy See (Fides) At an ongoing assembly of Catholic leaders in the Holy Land in Amman, bishops discuss relations between the Holy See, the local churches and civil authorities, among other topics. Led by the Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem Fouad Twal, the event also provides in-depth sessions dedicated to the agreements not yet signed and implemented between the Vatican and Israel, and the activity of the Society of St. Yves, a body of the Latin Patriarchate engaged in the protection of human rights…



Tags: Syria India Egypt Ethiopia Migrants





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