Tag Archives: SOS Chrétiens d’Orient

SOS Christians of the East

Al-Suqaylabiyah buries its children.

As the long-awaited offensive of the Syrian Arab Army against al-Qaeda is finally launched to clear Idlib of more than 30,000 foreign head-chopping terrorists, the number of civilian martyrs also increases. The Wahhabi-Salafist terrorists are continuing to bombard the Christian villages of al-Suqaylabiyah and Mahardah in northern Hama.

On Sunday, four children and a woman died martyrs under the rockets of terrorists. Six others were critically injured.

SOS Chrétiens d’Orient is on the ground helping the families of martyrs in Mahardah, al-Suqaylabiyah

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Mass Celebrated at the Knight’s Crag

The Holy Sacrifice was celebrated – it’s being said, for the first time in over 700 years – at the historic Knight’s Crag castle (Krak des Chevaliers) near Homs in Syria.

The castle and surrounding villages were liberated by the Syrian authorities from Takfiri Terrorists in 2014. The Holy Mass was organised by SOS Chrétiens d’Orient and celebrated in the Dominican rite by Fr. Aubry of the Fraternity of St. Vincent Ferrer.

Syria Knight's Crag... Krak de Chevaliers