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Prof. Marius Deeb: “Lebanon Cannot Exist Without Christians”

CSI and Boston College highlight crisis facing Lebanon’s Christian Community in series of talks on The Future of Religious Minorities in the Middle East BOSTON, Nov. 11, 2016 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — “Without Christians, there would be no Lebanon,” Professor Marius Deeb argued at a lecture at Boston College on Wednesday. In Lebanon, he said, “Christian leaders… Read more »

Post-Mosul Campaign Guarantees for Religious Minorities Crucial, Says Iraqi Human Rights Leader

William Warda: “Iraqi Christians and other Minorities Heading Towards Extinction” ZURICH – “There will probably be another crisis after the ‘liberation’ of Mosul from the Islamic State,” William Warda, the Chairman of the Iraqi Minorities Alliance and co-founder of the Hammurabi Human Rights Organization, warned in a CSI-hosted lecture here Tuesday. As the Iraqi, Kurdish… Read more »

Egypt: “The Revolution was wonderful”

The Future of Religious Minorities in the Middle East In June of this year, Egyptian scholar Dr. Mariz Tadros – Fellow at the Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex (UK)- gave a talk in Zurich entitled “Egypt’s Post-Arab Spring Transition: The Challenges of Social Pluralism.” Her talk was part of Christian Solidarity International’s lecture… Read more »

U.S. Declassifies “28 Pages” on Saudi Involvement in 9/11

After years of campaigning by many organizations, including CSI, the United States on Friday finally opened up the infamous “28 pages” of the 2002 Congressional 9/11 investigation, which had been classified since the report’s initial release. As was widely reported, the previously-classified materials provide strong evidence of Saudi Arabia’s involvement in the 9/11 attacks, the worst jihad… Read more »