Letters to the Editor

UNHCR Was Ready for Falluja
A Vicarious Letter to Obama From the Assyrian Hostages
Is the Pope Standing Up for Iraqi Christians?
Good Men Must Do Something
Hatred is a Disease of Humanity
Iraqi Monument to Shoe-throwing Ingrate
Muqtada Al-Sadr a Law Unto Himself
No Peaceful Co-existence With Islam
A Radical Approach is Needed to Solve the Middle East Crisis
The Fallacies of Insecurity in Iraq
The Future of the Iraqi Christians in the Midst of the Islamic Terror
Response to 'Abetting Turkish Denial At The United Nations'
Spare Saddam Hussein
I Pray for a Better World
Save the Children
Why Assyrians Have No Homeland
Christians of the Middle East Have Been Betrayed Again!
Summaries

UNHCR Was Ready for Falluja

By Bruno Geddo

We would like to address some factual errors in the article published today on your website: Fallujah, a Military Success But Humanitarian Failure, Could Signal Catastrophe in Mosul It is a great shame this article appeared without the writer carefully checking the facts.

A Vicarious Letter to Obama From the Assyrian Hostages

By Peter Ahern

Dear President Obama: After months of despair we have finally felt a flicker of hope on hearing of the raid by your soldiers with Kurdish forces several days ago which released 69 hostages being held by the Islamic state. We know very well what those hostages were going through.

Is the Pope Standing Up for Iraqi Christians?

By Tiffany Tryniszewski

While Pope Francis focuses on climate change and normalizing relations between the United States and Cuba, the Christians of Iraq are left with no ally, no protector, and no spokesperson. For the first time in history, Iraq is becoming entirely Islamic.

Good Men Must Do Something

By Nahren Anweya

Benjamin Franklin once wrote, "Freedom is not a gift bestowed upon us by other men, but a right that belongs to us by the laws of God and nature.

Hatred is a Disease of Humanity

By Joanie Schirm

In reading the August 26, 2014 article titled Chaldean Patriarch Appeals to 'Conscience of the World' by Patriarch Louis Raphael Sako, I am reminded that the stories of displaced persons in our world never fade.

Iraqi Monument to Shoe-throwing Ingrate

By Les Hutchinson

How appropriate that the monument 'honouring' the so-called journalist who threw his shoes at George Bush was erected, now dismantled, in Tikrit, birthplace of the psychopath-bully-dictator Saddam Hussein.


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