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NEWS ABOUT SYRIA WHICH ALWAYS SEEM TO “ESCAPE” THE ATTENTION OF THE MEDIA

OVER 60 CHURCHES AND MONASTERIES DESTROYED IN SYRIA Moscow, November 23, 2013 Militants in Syria have destroyed over 60 Christian churches and monasteries, and more than 70 thousand Orthodox residents of Homs, and more than a half the Christians of Aleppo have left their homes, reports Interfax. These statistics was given by the ambassador of Syria to Russia Riad Haddad ... Read More »

How the Iraq War Became a War on Christians

And why supporting Syria’s rebels may extinguish Christianity in its oldest environs. By Andrew Doran • May 9, 2013 http://www.theamericanconservative.com/articles/how-the-iraq-war-became-a-war-on-christians/ The recent dedication of George W. Bush’s presidential library in Texas briefly rekindled debate about the defining event of his presidency, the Iraq War. The visceral hatred of many for the war and the man having substantially diminished, a more ... Read More »

SOME THINGS JUST NEVER CHANGE

It is very interesting, if not revealing, that within the mainstream media we do not hear the truth or the full details of racism, hatred or prejudice that is within our midst and afflicting our societies. Nor do we hear as to how “multiculturalism” is used as a weapon and a defence by people who accuse others of hatred, racism ... Read More »

Further Updates from Syria

Prologue Dearly beloved readers, the news that I receive from friends and acquaintances from those in the Middle East, and especially from Syria is very bleak. The anger, sorrow and the atrocities expressed within these letters I cannot bring myself to publish because it is too painful for me personally, but they are very telling of the situation upon the ... Read More »

SYRIA SPECIAL: AN ALTERNATE VIEW

Dearly beloved readers and subscribers of Mode of Life, as time progresses and the weight given by Western leaders calling upon regime change, we often forget or are not informed of the problems of what is truly ocurring on the ground in Syria. Speaking as one who has lived and studied there, and knowing the difficulty of everyday life in peacetime, ... Read More »