Christians in Syria Fleeing Country as Crisis Reaches ‘Unprecedented Levels of Horror’

Children carry the body of a friend that was killed by shelling during heavy fighting between the Free Syrian Army and the forces of Syrian President Bashar al Assad in Jobar district of Damascus January 25, 2013.

By Stoyan Zaimov , Christian Post Reporter 31/1/13 As the civil war in Syria has reached "unprecedented levels of horror," according to the U.N., Christians are being forced to flee their homes as avoiding the violent conflict has become less of an option. "It's a fight to the death which by definition involves killing. No one will win but those who ...

Christians escape violence of Homs

Stoyan Zaimov, Christian Post 14/7/2012 As the conflict in Syria continues without a resolution, and government and rebel forces are locked in fierce battles across several cities, Christians in the besieged city of Homs were evacuated with the help of a priest on Wednesday. For months, Christians have been trapped in the crossfire with scarce access to basic ...

Christian Families in Syria in Urgent Need of Help, Trapped in Crossfire

An unidentified Syrian Christian family in need of help during the Syria uprising is seen in this undated photo.

By Stoyan Zaimov,Christian Post Reporter 17/2/2012 The Syrian uprising against President Bashir al-Assad, which began almost a year ago, has put families in the region in serious danger, and Christians trapped in the crossfire are in critical need of help, a charity organization says. The uprising began last March when Syrians initiated protests against the regime of President ...