Christians Slowly Regain Freedom of Worship in the Syrian City of Aleppo

by Orthodoxy Cognate PAGE on November 17, 2018

in Featured, Featured News, News

Faruk Firat (Editor- Levant & Middle Eastern Christian Affairs) – 17/11/18

Aleppo-Syria: The Christian communities in the Syrian City of Aleppo have started to regain their freedom of worship. The City is almost free from the dominance of Al Qaeda and ISIS terrorist. Aleppo witnessed one of the worst humanitarian crisis which is a result of the ongoing Syrian Civil war.

It is also important to note that the City of Aleppo is not fully free from attacks. Armed conflicts are taking place in many parts of the city. However, the situation has drastically improved in comparison to previous years.

Photos published are from the Latin Parish of the St. Francis Church, Aleppo.

OCP News Service

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