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A “dominant trend on the radical right” in Israel is threatening the Holy Land’s “fragile” Christian community, says Abunassar, an Israeli citizen from the northern city of Haifa. Since the October 9th Turkish invasion of Northeast Syria, Christian leaders there have been warning of ethnic cleansing and genocide.
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Christian Researches in Syria and the Holy Land in Mdcccxxiii and Mdcccxxiv, in Furtherance of the Objects of the Church Missionary Society. With an Appendix, Containing the Journal of J. Greaves, on a Visit to Tunis.
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Joseph Greaves on a visit to the Regency of Tunis / by William Jowett. If visitors to the Holy Land look past the quarried stones of holy sites and shrines they can encounter members of Christian communities who have worshipped at these holy places since Christianity began.
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The Holy Land’s geography affected biblical history The Holy Land is a land of contrasts. In this country that is approximately 50 miles wide and miles long, one encounters snow-capped mountains (Mount Hermon), barren deserts (Judean Desert), a large freshwater lake (Sea of Galilee) and a.
The region generally encompassing territory from the River Jordan in the east to the Mediterranean Sea in the west, and from the Euphrates River in the north to the Gulf of Aqaba in the south, was considered the Holy Land by medieval city of Jerusalem was of especially sacred significance and continues to be so, to Jews, Christians and Muslims.
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The church in Syria came to enjoy relative stability under the dictatorship of Bashar al-Assad’s family, who have ruled Syria since al-Assad has never insisted that Islam be the nation’s state religion, although the constitution requires the President. What's Become of Syria's Christian Sites?
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