“H” was born in Damascus, and legally immigrated to the United States from Syria more than 20 years ago, long before the current war began. She became a U.S. citizen and earned a doctor’s degree from an American university. She is completely fluent in both English and Arabic. She recently returned from a trip back to Syria, where she has many family members and friends who keep her apprised of the situation there. She is also one of the kindest and most devoted Christians I have ever met. I am keeping H’s name confidential, as I do not wish this interview to in any way jeopardize her family’s safety in Syria, or the status of her professional work in the U.S.
“Christianity is Europe’s last hope….. The danger we face comes from the West, from politicians in Brussels, Berlin and Paris.”
– Hungarian Prime Minister, Viktor Orbán
Pole and Hungarian — two brothers,
good for saber and for glass.
Both courageous, both lively,
May God bless them.
“In Damascus, the attacks on civilians living in the part controlled by the government started from the Ghouta area, and not vice versa.
The same Ghouta where civilians who did not support the jihadists were put in iron cages: men, women, exposed outdoors and used as human shields.
Ghouta: the district where today the civilians who want to escape, and take refuge in the government controlled area, taking advantage of the truce granted, are targeted by rebel snipers.
Why is there this blindness on behalf of the West?”
“Christianity is Europe’s last hope,” affirms the Prime Minister of Hungary.
“The danger we face comes from the West, from politicians in Brussels, Berlin and Paris,” he adds.