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Iraq's Oldest Christian Monastery Destroyed by Islamic State

Satellite images confirm the oldest Christian monastery in Iraq has been destroyed by the jihadist group Islamic State (IS).

CHR Comment: St. Elijah’s monastery was 1,400 years old. 118 more words

Modern Church

The Truth About the Veil

Last week, I did a radio interview with Stu Bryer of WICH in Norwich, Connecticut. We talked about several subjects, including the Syrian refugees and the veil. 916 more words


Crispy Layers and a Sweet Crunchy Filling

The debate continues about where the Baklava dish originated from.  The Greeks claim it to be theirs, the Turks claim it as well, and the list goes on… 749 more words


A Documentary on Chaldean Catholics

A friend of mine passed along a nice documentary on the history of the Chaldean community in America.

As some might know, the Chaldeans are part of the… 51 more words


The plight of Christians in Israel: The Column on Christian Arabs the newspaper refused to publish

This column was submitted to my editors and they refused to publish it. You decide. American Jewish reporters and columnists can print anything they want about Israel, Jews and even criticism of Arabs and Palestinians. 677 more words

Middle East Topics

County Board Declares September Chaldean American Month

Sep 16, 2015 (San Diego) The County Board of Supervisors declared the month of September Chaldean American month in the county of San Diego. It was presented to Sinar Asmar and Mikhail Christen, two students at Diego Charger School. 165 more words



“Ponder well on this point: the pleasant hours of our life are all connected by a more or less tangible link, with some memory of the table.” – Charles Pierre Monselet… 725 more words

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