The country’s largest parliamentary bloc, led by Iranian-backed Hezbollah, lost its parliamentary majority, but urgent action is required from a new government to address Lebanon’s devastating economic crisis.
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Since the country’s 1979 revolution, Islamic leaders in Iran have described adherents to minority religions such as Christianity and Judaism as ‘pollution.’
The region, which was targeted by one of the pair of missile attacks launched yesterday as retaliation against the U.S., is home to several thousand Christians who have been trying to rebuild their lives.
Iranian-born journalist and Catholic convert Sohrab Ahmari explains the dire situation.
At least 17 people were killed in Iran earlier this week.
Dialogue between the Vatican and al-Ahzar, one of Sunni Islam’s most prestigious institutions, has been broken for several years, but the Holy Father wants to revive it.
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Christian pastor, a U.S. citizen who had been held since 2012, was released over the weekend.