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Premio fondazione Kardinale Konig consegnata al Patriaca Sako

  Baghdadhope.Blogspot.com Il 17 febbraio ad Erbil sarà assegnato a Patriarca della Chiesa Caldea, Mar Louis Raphael I Sako,  il premio intitolato al premio Cardinale Franz König. La motivazione del premio è il riconoscimento degli "straordinari meriti del Patriarca nella protezione dei diritti dei cristiani orientali, fedeli testimoni del Vangelo …

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Christians in Mosul and Nineveh Plain in 2005, Based on their Ethnicity

Map of Nineveh Plain   The following information provides some details about the liberated towns in Nineveh Plain: Towns liberated by Iraqi forces: Qaraqosh, Karamleis, Bartella and Tilkeif. Towns liberated by Peshmarga forces: Ba’shiqa, Bahzani, Telluskof, Baqofa and Batnaya. According to the census of 1987, Christians in Iraq were 1,264,000; …

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The Speech of H.B. Patriarch Sako at the Conference of Protecting Religious Freedom Organized by Massarat Foundation

Baghdad 21/1/2017 H.B. The Chaldean Patriarch, Louis Raphael Sako was invited to the conference of Protecting religious freedom with other religious leaders, intellectuals and activists from different civic movement. In his speech he addressed the "Inciting Discourse as a Form of Terrorism" stating the following: Extremism turns out to be a scary …

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The presentation of H.B Patriarch Louis Raphael Sako in the International Seminar of Human Rights and Religious Freedom Baghdad, December 18th-19th, 2016

The Conference was attended by some ministers, deputies, ambassadors, and heads of political parties, clergy, intellectuals and civil activists. Here is the speech of H.B Sako.   Ladies and Gentlemen,   It is my pleasure to thank the organizers of this conference ( The Center of Research on the Southern …

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Presentation by H.B. Patriarch Louis Sako at “The International Conference for the Safeguarding of Cultural Heritage in Conflict Areas” Abu Dhabi / The Arab United Emirates

Iraq, the ancient Mesopotamia, was the cradle of civilizations: Starting from Sumerian, Acadian, Babylonian, Chaldean, Assyrian, Persian, Jewish, Christian, and Arab Muslim. All together forming a national and international treasure. There are many archeological sites and many old churches and monasteries everywhere in Iraq, because Christians were the majority there before …

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