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Western Intervention and Mideast Christians <br><span style='color:#8D8381;font-size:18px;'>Lessons from the Nineteenth Century</span>

Western Intervention and Mideast Christians
Lessons from the Nineteenth Century

by Mark L. Movsesian  |  ελληνικά  |  ру́сский  |  српски The history of Christian persecution in the Middle East – which, sadly, is quite long, though not unmitigated – should inform the strategies we use in our relief efforts for Mideast Christians today. One important episode from this history that is worth considering is the 19th century Ottoman…

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