In a statement received by Fox News, Mike Pence’s office declared that both the Trump administration and the vice president himself “will not tolerate bureaucratic delays in implementing the administration’s vision to deliver the assistance we promised to the people we pledged to help.” (Reuters )
Widespread Devastation and “Ghost Towns” During Visit to Northern Iraq
The Syriac Catholic Church (or Syrian Catholic Church) is also known as Syriac Catholic Patriarchate of Antioch or Aramean Catholic Church. The Eastern Catholic Christian Church has many practices and rites in common with the Syriac Orthodox Church. Being one of the twenty-three Eastern Catholic Churches, the Syriac Catholic Church has full autonomy and is a self-governed Church while it is in full communion with the Holy See of Rome.
About 100,000 Christians — among them more than 60,000 Syriac Catholics — were expelled from the Ninevah Plain by the Islamic State group in the summer of 2014 as the militants campaigned to expand their reach into Iraq.
Patriarch Ignace Joseph III Younan also called for understanding from the incoming administration of President-elect Donald Trump about the plight and ordeal of all minorities, including Christians affected by violence in the region.
Vice-President Pence is steadily making progress to fully support the Iraqi Christians. Last week, John Bolton replaced Gen. H.R. McMaster as President Donald Trump’s National Security Advisor. Bolton’s firm stance presents a departure away from the establishment and shifts gigantic support for an independent Kurdistan.
The announcement Thursday night that former U.N. Ambassador John Bolton would replace Gen. H.R. McMaster as President Donald Trump’s National Security Advisor confirms the arrival of a new, distinctive voice in the Trump administration.
On no issue will Bolton’s firm stance present a bigger departure from establishment dogma than his support for an independent Kurdistan.
Wonderful News! Archbishop Bashar Warda is smiling today. According to the Washington Free Beacon, $150 million in aid for religious minorities will help them rebuild after ISIS genocide.
America is shifting funds away from the United Nations to provide massive financial assistance to rebuild the infrastructure and improve millions of lives in Northern Iraq in an area called Kurdistan. Vice-President Pence made the major announcement to fully support the Iraqi Christians.