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V. Putin: As regards the Middle East and its Christians, the situation is dire

Moscow, April 16, 2015

“As regards the Middle East and its Christians, their situation is dire,” the Rossiyskaya Gazeta newspaper quotes the Russian Federation’s President Vladimir Putin.

“The international community is not doing enough to protect the Christian population of the Middle East,” said the Russian President.

“This is the motherland of Christians. Christians lived there from time immemorial, for thousands of years,” he reiterated.


21 / 04 / 2015

nazem :
Very true Olga the west is blinded by the holocaust which is nothing compared to the christian massacre in the middle east region for hundred of years ago. the western countries were sometimes auteur of these massacre.
Nahrin Sarkhoshnagad:
Thank you your honorable V. Putin. Assyrian the origin people of Irak and syria of thousands of years heritage and history in irak and the first christian of the middel East should be supported by Russia and help to have an Assyria region in Irak by first of all your heip and Russia support and international support. Thank you so much for you hear our cry.

your sincerely

Nahrin Sarkhosnagad
olga Nakkas:
Totally true. If Russia and its president Mr Putin didnt support Syria we would be all erased from the map.Israel and the West has planned our destruction ages ago and they are not Christians but the enemies of Christianity and humanity. I would like the whole world to know that we Christians of the Middle East have no common values with a west blinded by the Holocaust religion.
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