Western World Urged To Provide “Real Help” To Persecuted Christians And Other Religious Minorities Around The World

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More than 200,000 people have signed a petition asking European leaders to offer “real help” for persecuted Christians and other religious minorities around the world.

Christianity in  Middle East
Christianity in Middle East

Luca Volonté, a board member of CitizenGo and president of the international foundation Novae Terrae, said that the petition seeks to address the “critical plight of Christians and other religious minorities in the Middle East and in many other part of the world.”

 

Volonté urged “the Council of Europe, the European Union’s foreign ministers and the European Parliament to put into action policies of asylum and humanitarian aid, to bring this horror to an end.”
“At this very moment, Christians in Iraq are being given an ultimatum: covert, leave or die,” the petition states, emphasizing that Europe’s lack of response to such abuses has been “deafening.”