Reports

01 Dec 2004 – In a 2004 report, the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs assesses the impact of the separation barrier on Bethlehem and its residents.  Read more...
02 May 2003 – On 3 May, four 20-ton trucks packed with flour, beans, milk, chickpeas, canned meat, water, sugar, coffee, tea, blankets and medicines left Jordan for the northern Iraqi city of Mosul.  Read more...
14 May 2002 – We believe in God, Almighty and merciful, who can do what men have not been able to do up until now.   Read more...
23 Jan 2002 – Christian emigration from the Middle East cannot be attributed to one cause, nor are Christians alone in the region in quest of a better life in Europe or the New World, reported the directors of the Pontifical Mission, Catholic Near East Welfare Association’s (CNEWA) operating agency in the Middle East.  Read more...
23 Jan 2002 – Christian emigration from Jordan cannot be isolated from Christian emigration from the region.  Read more...
23 Jan 2002 – The main reasons for emigration from Lebanon are economic, social and political.   Read more...
23 Jan 2002 – From the late 19th century, Christian families seeking greater economic opportunity, freedom of social and religious expression and political stability have left the region to establish themselves in the West.  Read more...
21 Nov 2001 – medieval timeline 610-1312  Read more...


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