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Light in darkness, hope in despair

Bishop Angaelos responds to the atrocities faced by the persecuted church in the Middle East

Light in darkness, hope in despair © CHURCHES TOGETHER IN BRITAIN AND IRELAND

Bishop Angaelos visting a refugee camp

Bishop Angaelos visting a refugee camp

OUR WORLD IS NOW SO FAMILIAR WITH INJUSTICE, violence, brutality and murder, that these incidents fill our daily news feeds and desensitise us to the gross nature of such crimes. Over this last year, the persecution of Christians and minorities in the Middle East has been relentless. We have seen such brutality as has not been witnessed for decades or even centuries: abductions, decapitation, people burnt and buried alive, sold into slavery, women sold as sex slaves and children either sold or recruited as child fighters. These crimes are a polar opposite to the civilisation that we should have reached in the life of equality and freedom that we both seek and advocate around the world.

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