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Christmas In Syria: Christians And Muslims Defy War By Providing Hot Meals To Poor

Feb 23, 2012
United Kingdom
"...Archbishop Mario Zenari, Vatican nuncio in Damascus, describes the activities of the parishes involved in the preparation for Christmas, despite the bombs and religious hatred. In a Catholic institution on the outskirts of the capital, dozens of children joyfully cut out figures for the crib. In parish halls young Christians and Muslims distribute thousands of hot meals regardless of faith, ethnicity or faction..."


Gyani Jarnail Singh

Sawa lakh se EK larraoan
Jul 4, 2004
This is the First and most inspiring message to come out of SYRIA...the entire Muslim World is totally SILENT on the mass murders going on in Syria...MUTUAL LOVE and self respect will surely DEFEAT the war mongers and dictators and may PEACE come to SYRIA...

BTW My Country for the FIRST time in its history has LIFTED all of the many RESTRICTIONS on our Christians neighbours and fellow malaysians form VISITING JERUSALEM on Christmas...previously there were severely limiting quotas and age limits as well as time limitations etc to CURB such visits..ALL Malaysians share the joy of Christians who can now visit the Birth place of Jesus on this Holy day for as long as they wish in as many numbers as they wish..and be of any age !!

Malaysia doesnt recognize Israel and we cannot visit Israel under any circumstances.Hence this relaxation ONLY applies to CHRISTIANS....maybe it will be slowly applied to ALL malaysians...

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