Middle East

Syrian Christians Caught in Sectarian Fearsi
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Elizabeth Arrott
October 05, 2012 3:45 PM
Syria's Christians make up one of the earliest groups woven into the nation's multireligious fabric, but some see the current conflict as a threat to centuries of coexistence. VOA's Elizabeth Arrott was recently in Damascus, where she reported this story in the presence of a government-assigned official.

Syrian Christians Caught in Sectarian Fears

Elizabeth Arrott

Published October 05, 2012

Syria's Christians make up one of the earliest groups woven into the nation's multireligious fabric, but some see the current conflict as a threat to centuries of coexistence. VOA's Elizabeth Arrott was recently in Damascus, where she reported this story in the presence of a government-assigned official.


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