Minorities In The Middle East Need Us: Vatican to UN

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Christianity in Middle East
Christianity in Middle East

“The alarming, escalating phenomenon of international terrorism, new in some of its expressions and utterly ruthless in its barbarity” demands “ a deeper and more urgent study on how to re-enforce the international juridical framework of a multilateral application of our common responsibility to protect people from all forms of unjust aggression”.

This is according to Archbishop Bernardito Auza, the Holy See’s Permanent Observer to the United Nation’s in New York.