“If I had the opportunity, I would send more humanitarian aid to Syria. The violent war raging in the region has already caused over 500,000 Syrian citizens to be displaced, and more are escaping Syria’s borders each day. The war has become politically complicated, and militant Islamist factions of the rebel movement are specifically targeting Christians. In the city of Homs, a forced exodus of Christians was carried out at gunpoint, and throughout the country, Christians are being singled out for murder. “Although the war situation in Syria makes the possibility of humanitarian aid being administered directly in Syria difficult …
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