- Jan 25, 2021
The leader of the UK’s Liberal-Democrat party has stood down citing the impossibility of being a believing Bible Christian in the current political climate. He made the decision after being hounded by the press and other politicians who couldn’t accept his religious views despite the fact that he was not interested in imposing them on anyone. He is the true liberal.
It’s unmistakably Christmas at the Ankawa camp, home to thousands of Iraqi Christians who have been displaced since the Islamic State seized their towns and villages in the Nineveh plains in 2014, but the holiday spirit is tinged with a mix of homesickness and despair.
Archbishop Felix Machado says he loves his country, but he can’t help crying out that in today’s India “there are still many, many poor brothers and sisters of mine, [and] there’s growing discrimination on the basis of caste, color, creed, language and even on differences of opinion and ideas.”
In a joint statement, Syria’s Catholic and Orthodox Patriarchs say, “Two years after the calamity that was brought upon our people, the decision-making countries and the international community remain inactive towards the ethnic cleansing of a historical people who founded the civilizations of the area.”