Do religious minorities have a future in the Middle East? “If this question had been raised in Constantinople at the end of the seventh century AD,” writes editor John Eibner in the volume’s introduction, “the Greek Orthodox sages would have debated the prospects of survival of the region’s newest religious minority”: the Muslims. (PRNewsfoto/Christian Solidarity… Read more »
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Westlake Village, CA Media Release In 2012 in the aftermath of the “Arab Spring,” Christian Solidarity International launched a lecture series entitled “The Future of Religious Minorities in the Middle East.” Twenty distinguished scholars, journalists and political practitioners gave talks on the subject in Switzerland and the U.S. Now they have been published together in… Read more »
Dr. John Eibner, the CEO of CSI-USA, responds to the new U.S. bombing campaign against Syria in an op-ed piece in The Tablet: “Washington has signaled a new, more overtly military phase of intervention in Syria. The American war against Syria did not begin with Donald Trump. Barack Obama launched his war in the summer… Read more »
Dr. John Eibner, the CEO of Christian Solidarity International (CSI-USA), traveled to Iraq at the end of December 2017 to speak with government officials and to visit the areas formerly under Islamic State control. The visit was undertaken in collaboration with the Hammurabi Human Rights Organization, an indigenous NGO. The following interview was made by… Read more »
Dr. John Eibner was featured on the Eric Metaxas Show on December 7, 2017. He spoke about Slavery in Sudan and the persecution of minorities in the Middle East. Listen to the whole segment below.
President Donald Trump has ordered the C.I.A. to end its covert arming and training of anti-government rebels in Syria, according to anonymous “officials” cited by the Washington Post. Since 2011, when President Barack Obama declared in 2011 that Syria’s President Bashar al-Assad must “step aside“ to make way for a “democratic transition,” weapons supplied by the… Read more »