Christians and Muslims Celebrate Christmas in Syria – 2018

by Orthodoxy Cognate PAGE on December 27, 2018

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Faruk Firat – Editor Christian Affairs the Levant and the Middle East) – OCP News Service – 27/12/18

Damascus-Syria: Syrians are celebrating Christmas in a joyful manner. Many Syrians told that they are quite happy to celebrate Christmas and that too after a long time.

Moreover, ‘moderate’ Muslims actively took part in Christmas celebrations. Reports stated that Syria has become a much safer place, with peace, and happiness.

Unfortunately, the events of religious harmony are not given adequate coverage in mainstream media.

Source:
OCP News Service

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