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Western Christianity Aid to Eastern Christianity: Too Little Too Late
History
Western Christianity Aid to Eastern Christianity: Too Little Too Late
November 29, 2019

Every targeted shooting of Christians in Syria perpetuates the vicious cycle of erosion of the Eastern Christian culture. Unless the world acts immediately, the followers of Jesus Christ move further down the path of becoming a memory.

The Obligation to Discredit Colonial ‘Regret’
October 12, 2019

Regret is not an acknowledgement of colonial violence, especially when it refuses to acknowledge the victims murdered by the British Empire.

The Obligation to Discredit Colonial ‘Regret’
History
The Anti-Christian Genocide the West Forgot
Editor's Сhoice
The Anti-Christian Genocide the West Forgot
August 10, 2019

The life of Hanna Danho’s grandfather is a small tile in a much larger mosaic: the tragedy that Syriac, Assyrian, and Chaldean Christians have lived through over the last century.

From Nazi Germany to Ottoman Turkey, Genocides Begin in the Wilderness, Far From Prying Eyes
July 30, 2019

Leaders do not commit genocide, not on their own. Ordinary people do. And holocausts can start far from home, in the frozen east, and long before the date we all believed the bloodbaths began.

From Nazi Germany to Ottoman Turkey, Genocides Begin in the Wilderness, Far From Prying Eyes
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A Brief History of US Concentration Camps
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A Brief History of US Concentration Camps
June 24, 2019

Half a century before President Andrew Jackson signed the Indian Removal Act into law in 1830, a young Virginia governor named Thomas Jefferson embraced genocide and ethnic cleansing as solutions to what would later be called the “Indian problem.”