Christian world

Police help Hindu fanatics halt church wedding

A group of hard-line Hindu activists and police stormed a church in central India and stopped a wedding midway after accusing the pastor of forcefully converting the bride to Christianity, an official said Thursday.

It comes as India’s Christian minority has sounded the alarm over a recent rise in attacks on churches and members of the faith, fueling tensions over religious freedom in the diverse, secular country.

Assyrian Confederation of Europe Established in Brussels

On April 22nd, the Assyrian Confederation of Europe was officially established at the European Parliament in Brussels. The new organization is meant to unify the voice of the 500,000 thousand Assyrians living in Europe by bringing together the Assyrian national federations from several EU countries.

Armenia Will Never Give Up Fight to Get Turkey to Recognize Genocide

Armenia Will Never Give Up Fight to Get Turkey to Recognize Genocide
Armenia Will Never Give Up Fight to Get Turkey to Recognize Genocide
Armenia Will Never Give Up Fight to Get Turkey to Recognize Genocide
Armenia Will Never Give Up Fight to Get Turkey to Recognize Genocide

Commemorating the 101st anniversary of the Armenian Genocide, Armenian officials said that Yerevan will continue to push for the international recognition of the Armenian Genocide, and for the restoration of truth and justice over the Turkish crime that resulted in the deaths of over 1.5 million civilians, the expulsion of over half-a-million more.

Thousands Rally in LA Urging Justice for Armenians Killed in Genocide

Tens of thousands rallied outside the Turkish Consulate in Los Angeles on Sunday to call for justice for Armenians slaughtered in 1915 on orders of the Ottoman Empire government.

Some 60,000 protesters rallied outside the Turkish Consulate in Los Angeles on Sunday to call for justice for Armenians slaughtered in 1915 on orders of the Ottoman Empire government, US media said.

Thousands worldwide demand that Turkey recognize Armenian genocide on 101st anniversary

Thousands of people around the globe took to the streets on Sunday to commemorate the 1915 massacre of up to 1.5 million Armenians at the hands of the Ottoman Empire, demanding that Turkey recognize the atrocity as genocide.

Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan and First Lady Rita Sargsyan laid flowers at the Armenian Genocide Memorial in the country’s capital, Yerevan.

Palms Sunday Celebrated in Damascus

Palms Sunday Celebrated in Damascus
Palms Sunday Celebrated in Damascus
Palms Sunday Celebrated in Damascus
Palms Sunday Celebrated in Damascus

His Holiness Patriarch Mor Ignatius Aphrem II celebrated the Holy Qurobo on the occasion of Palms Sunday at St. Georges Patriarchal Cathedral in Bab Touma, Damascus. His Eminence Mor Timotheos Matta Al-Khoury, Patriarchal Vicar in the Patriarchal Archdiocese of Damascus assisted His Holiness during the Holy Qurobo.