(AINA) — The Assyrian Monitor for Human Rights has released a report titled The Good Shepherd – A Report on Brutality Against Christian Clerics in Syria. The report documents the suffering of Christians in Syria, who over the course of seven years have been the innocent victims of a conflict that became a proxy war for global and regional powers. The report focuses on crimes and acts of brutality against Christian clerics from all Christians denominations in Syria, acts which were committed by unidentified persons.
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June 26, 2018 : A report about violence against Syrian church leaders during the ongoing civil war shows that clerics have been beaten, abducted – five are still missing – and killed, and that 2013 was the worst year.
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Jamil Elias Diarbakerli / Executive Director, Assyrian Monitor for Human Rights
Syrian Christians have strong historical and cultural ties with Syria as confirmed by documents and historical and contemporary events. They view it as the homeland of their parents and ancestors, and they look forward to a future for themselves there, despite all the tragedies that have befallen them, and are befalling them, from dictatorial regimes as well as from the forces of extremism, which are two sides of the same coin.
متابعة قراءة THE GOOD SHEPHERD… A Report on Brutality Against Christian Clerics in Syria March 25, 2011 – present