Christians Caught in the Headlights of Syrian Crisis

Assyrian International News (AINA) has recently highlighted the plight of Syrian Christians who are caught proverbially between a rock and a hard place—”un­certain whether to commit themselves to a besieged regime or to opposition groups, often indistinguishable from radical Islamists.” Syrian Christians, among other minority groups, are helpless, anxious spectators who do not know if their rights would be guaranteed to live freely in Syria after regime change.

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