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Dbayeh Refugee Camp (Catholic News Service)
12 Nov 2010 – The narrow lanes between the concrete block houses in the Dbayeh Refugee Camp are called “Street No. 1,” “Street No. 2,” “Street No. 3” and “Street No. 4.”  Read more...
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09 Nov 2010 – Condemnation of the Oct. 31 attack on Baghdad’s Syrian Catholic cathedral that left 58 people dead and 75 injured has widened to include a cross-section of Christian and Islamic communities.  Read more...
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Mideast Christians Pray for Iraq (Catholic News Service)
09 Nov 2010 – Hundreds of Palestinian Catholics in Ramallah and Bethlehem attended special Masses in memory of the more than 50 Iraqis killed in an attack on the Syrian Catholic cathedral in Baghdad and called for protection for Christians in the Middle East.  Read more...
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Mideast Christians’ Faith Unshaken (Catholic News Service)
09 Nov 2010 – Despite terrorist warnings that all Christians in the Middle East are “legitimate targets,” the faithful in the region say they have placed their trust in God.  Read more...
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Deadly Attack on Iraqi Christians (Catholic News Service)
03 Nov 2010 – A deadly militant siege of a Catholic cathedral in Baghdad, Iraq, was a “savage” act of “absurd violence,” Pope Benedict XVI said.   Read more...
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Iraq’s Christians: U.S. Cardinal (Catholic News Service)
03 Nov 2010 – The president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops expressed solidarity and promised prayers for the Christians of Iraq “at this terrible time of loss and horrific violence.”  Read more...
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Iraq’s Christians: United Nations (Catholic News Service)
03 Nov 2010 – The Oct. 31 attack on a Catholic cathedral in Baghdad that left 58 people dead is “another tragic incident of the continued intolerance, discrimination and violence directed at Christians,” said the Vatican’s representative in a Nov. 1 address at the United Nations.  Read more...
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03 Nov 2010 – The world’s Christian leaders expressed outrage after an attack on the Syrian Catholic cathedral in Baghdad left 58 people dead and 75 injured.  Read more...


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