“Enough, Enough, Enough…”: Powerful Video on the Plight of Christians in Syria

This is something to see, from Aid to the Church in Need.  As described on YouTube:

The promising future that the so-called Arab Spring foretold has become rather a nightmare in Syria: an escalating conflict that has forced thousands of Syrians to leave their country. Christian families in particular face a hardship reality in the refugees camps in Lebanon, Turkey and Jordan. CRTN and Aid to the Church in Need present in this short film the testimony of men and women longing to go back to their homeland in peace and harmony.

This couldn’t be more timely, or necessary.  Take a few minutes and watch.  Want to help?  Drop by CNEWA’s Syria page to learn how you can assist refugees fleeing the civil war.

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