Suha Philip Ma’ayeh
Syria’s Christians face uncertain future
In The National, on 14 October 2012, an article reports that:
As the regime of Bashar Al Assad struggles to keep control, Syria’s roughly two million Christians – who make up about 10 per cent of the population – are bracing for the worst. Christian heritage in Syria dates back to the days of the Christ. In Maaloula, for example, the language of Christ, Aramaic, is still spoken. Rami Sinjar, a 31-year-old Christian from Maaloula, left Syria with his family more than two decades ago and now lives in Miami. He believes chaos will grip Syria without a secular regime.
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