Christians in danger as result of Turkish offensive


    This week, Turkish forces have attacked northern Syria, where many Kurdish people live, as well as Arabs, Syrians and Christians, with the president of Turkey saying it is to prevent a ‘terror corridor’ and create a ‘safe zone’.

    American troops were supporting Kurds in northern Syria until Presdent Trump withdrew them, something which is now being criticised for leaving Kurdish people and Christians in the region vulnerable to Turkish attack.

    Evangelist Franklin Graham, a long-standing supporter of Donald Trump, wrote on social media that he was praying Trump would reconsider his move.



    “The Kurds are the ones who have been leading the fight against ISIS in Syria. Also pray for the Christians who the Kurds have been protecting. They could be annihilated. Would you pray w/me that Pres. @realDonaldTrump will reconsider? Thousands of lives hang in the balance.”

    Republican Senator Lindsay Graham also criticised Mr Trump, saying: “Mr. President, your decision regarding Syria is having grave consequences to our national security and that of our allies and partners.”

    The Bishop of Truro, Rt Rev Philip Mountstephen, who wrote a report this year about the experience of Christians across the world, said: “the implications of recent events for FoRB in Syrian Kurdistan, Christian minorities included, could be very severe. Freedom of Religion or Belief is sacrosanct, not…

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