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The Horror and Irony of an Attack Against Christians on Palm Sunday

BY JENNIFER BREEDON Sunday, April 9, 2017 – Egypt is seven hours ahead of us in time. So while most Christians in North America were soundly sleeping with Palm Sunday church outfits laid out on their dresser, the Coptic Christians of Egypt—roughly 9 million people—were gathering into their ancient churches to celebrate Palm Sunday. But

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Kurdistan Independence Referendum and Why It Matters so Much

BY JENNIFER BREEDON Wednesday, April 19, 2017 – The recent rejuvenated referendum on Kurdistan Independence will likely draw a few questions from people. Namely (1) What does “Statehood” mean and what is required to gain it? (2) Why does an independent Kurdistan really matter? And (3) Is it really helpful to have another independent government

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Was Congress Too Hasty in Framing the Justice for Terror Victims Act?

Written by Jennifer Breedon October 11, 2016 – Congress overrode President Obama’s veto to effectively enact the “Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act” (JASTA), a law that was meant to allow victims of 9/11 to sue the Saudi government for financing and aiding terrorism. In response to its passage, Saudi Arabia stated it would unravel

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Why Are We Ignoring the Victims of Genocide in the Refugee Debates?

Written by Jennifer Breedon (October 2016) In the Kurdistan region of Northern Iraq, Christians and Yazidis have come together as targets of the ongoing genocidal strategy by the Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL) to wipe them off the map. Not just eliminating their bodies and transforming their bloodline, but wiping out their very existence from the pages

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