- La situazione sta peggiorando.
Gridate con noi che i diritti umani sono calpestati da persone che parlano in nome di Dio ma che non sanno nulla di Lui che è Amore, mentre loro agiscono spinti dal rancore e dall’odio.
Gridate: Oh! Signore, abbi misericordia dell’Uomo.
Mons. Shleimun Warduni
Baghdad, 19 luglio 2014
domenica, aprile 08, 2012
"The Christians held their prayers for the first time at night and this shows the improved security situation," said governor Najm al-Din Omar Karim during his visit this morning to the Kirkuk Chaldean Christians Cathedral.
"We congratulate you on this occasion and we feel very happy because we share your joy."He assured that Christians are of great importance in the hearts of people in Kirkuk and Iraq.
"We hope this event will contribute to the consolidation of the ties of brotherhood, love and tolerance between religions, sects and ethnic groups," added Karim.
He said the Kirkuk administration is seeking to provide better services to the people of the province in all religions, sects and ethnic groups.
Priests Asilo Aziz Rassam and Ustaifan Rabban praised the efforts of the Kirkuk governor to improve the province and its services.
The priests said they hoped Christians from overseas will "return to their homeland to help build their city".Kirkuk's Christians held their prayers from 9.00pm until midnight yesterday.