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Mayor of Istanbul Imamoglu to Host Dinner for Christians

Turkey's Mayor Istanbul, Ekrem Imamoglu, will host the first dinner in honor of Christians in the city's history this coming Monday. Notable Orthodox, Catholic, and Protestant leaders from Armenian, roman, and Assyrian communities have been asked to attend the event....

Christian Pilgrims Barred from Israel; Jewish Groups Welcomed

Christian pilgrimage groups are angry over new coronavirus rules barring them from Israel at Christmastime, while Jewish "birthright" groups are still free to enter the country from almost any other country in the world. Israel, which instituted one of the...

Christian Churches in Jerusalem Warn of Attacks by Radical Groups

Each year, Christians from all over the world travel to the Holy Land to experience Christmas in the place where Jesus walked -- but now, religious leaders are warning that there could be attacks this year in Christian churches...

Greek Region of Thrace a "Rare Model of Symbiosis" Between Christians and Muslims

The region of Thrace provided "a rare model of symbiosis" following a special program to educate and integrate Greek Muslim students that began in 1997, Greek President Katerina Sakellaropoulou said on Thursday in Xanthi. President Sakellaropoulou, who is currently touring...

Christian Leaders Shut Jerusalem’s Iconic Church to Protest Taxes

The leaders of the major Christian sects in Jerusalem closed the Church of the Holy Sepulchre for several hours on Sunday to protest an Israeli plan to tax their properties. The Church is built on the traditional site of Jesus'...

Christian Volunteers Try to Proselytize Muslim Migrants In Greece

Christian volunteers have tried to proselytize Muslim migrants and refugees at the Moria registration center on Lesvos, a Guardian report says. According to the British newspaper, there have been at least two proselytizing attempts in recent months, with volunteers handing...

The Village of Christians and Muslims

Platani is a beautiful village on the Greek island of Kos in the Dodecanese complex, where two religions coexist in harmony. The village has remained untouched through the years and continues to attract visitors with its diversity. A Jewish cemetery...