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Bienvenue sur notre nouveau site web www.sit-france.org. N'hésitez pas à nous laisser un message sur notre livre d'or ou par à contact -at- sit-france.org . !!! URGENCE !!! MALAISIE FRANCE ÉGYPTE ! FRANCE ! Les Chrétiens d’Orient en danger Le 8 octobre 2013 Pétition Villages rasés, massacres collectifs, meurtres de religieux et de civils (femmes, enfants, vieillards), viols, enlèvements, persécutions à grande échelle, églises incendiées, monastères et écoles détruites, les Chrétiens d’Orient vivent aujourd’hui dans l’angoisse du lendemain, dans la peur et la souffrance quotidiennes. Une épuration religieuse massive et silencieuse est en cours en Egypte, en Irak, en Syrie et bientôt peut-être au Liban. Une stratégie de la terreur est déployée dans cette région du monde, elle vise à éliminer toute présence chrétienne, toute identité multiple, tout souvenir du christianisme et de son rôle historique dans la construction de ces peuples et de ces Etats. Elle vise à rendre cet espace géopolitique hostile et impénétrable à l’Occident. Et que font les diplomaties européennes ? Elles regardent ailleurs. Elles ne veulent pas entendre l’indicible ou voir l’impensable et se rendent coupables de complicité de crimes à grande échelle, qui prennent le caractère de crimes contre l’humanité. Elles parlent des droits de l’homme, de démocratie et dans le même temps, elles mènent des politiques qui sont dans les faits aveugles et sourdes à la souffrance humaine lorsqu’il s’agit de Chrétiens. Elles combattent à juste titre des régimes au nom des idéaux démocratiques et détournent le regard lorsque des alliés directs ou indirects massacrent uniquement en raison de la religion. En Egypte, pourquoi ne pas condamner les églises incendiées, les écoles brûlées, les exactions quotidiennes contre les Coptes exercées par les milices des Frères musulmans ? En Irak, combien d’écoles, d’églises détruites et de massacres impunis de Chrétiens sont intervenus par la suite dans l’indifférence de l’Occident ? Faut-il rester indifférents aux massacres de Syriens, uniquement parce qu’ils sont chrétiens, et à l’enlèvement des deux Evêques d’Alep et de prêtres, par les groupes islamistes ? En Terre Sainte, le nombre de Chrétiens ne cesse de diminuer. Au Liban, pays francophone, les Chrétiens deviendront bientôt une minorité ; leur situation instable et précaire conduit nombre d’entre eux à préférer l’exil aux incertitudes sécuritaires et aux pressions des islamistes radicaux. Nulle pression, nulle protestation ! Les puissances occidentales restent sourdes aux suppliques des responsables et des organisations représentatives, laïcs et religieux, qui tirent les sonnettes d’alarme et demandent une réaction de la France et de l’Europe. Pourquoi ? Ont-ils anticipé la disparition des Chrétiens en Orient ? Ont-ils fait le deuil d’une présence antérieure à l’implantation de l’Islam, d’un peuplement historiquement ouvert et bienveillant envers l’Occident ? Nous lançons un appel à la France, aux Français et à l’ensemble des nations européennes afin que la diplomatie prenne en compte l’existence de populations chrétiennes, de problématiques spécifiques, d’un Orient divers et agissent désormais pour faire respecter les droits des Chrétiens en Orient. C’est l’intérêt de la France, de l’Europe, et de la communauté internationale. Les Chrétiens d’Orient ont toujours représenté l’antidote de l’extrémisme ainsi qu’un vecteur de tolérance entre les communautés. Leur disparition aboutira à l’exacerbation de l’intolérance et de la violence aux portes de l’Europe. C’est aussi l’intérêt des populations de cette région du monde. Les Chrétiens d’Orient ont toujours vécu en harmonie avec les Musulmans et les Juifs et ils doivent pouvoir continuer à vivre de façon conviviale et paisible avec toutes les communautés, afin de sauvegarder un Orient multiculturel, qui porte un message universel de paix, de dialogue fécond des cultures et de vivre-ensemble. La France et l’Europe doivent évaluer leur politique dans cette région du monde et prendre en compte ses impacts et ses conséquences pour les populations chrétiennes concernées. Les gouvernements de ces pays, à l’instar de leurs oppositions, doivent désormais être comptables de la survie et de la sécurité des Chrétiens. La France comme l’Europe doivent lier leur aide et leur appui certes à la démocratie, aux droits des femmes mais aussi à la défense des communautés chrétiennes et à leur droit de vivre leur différence dans un espace qu’ils habitent depuis près de deux millénaires. Pour signer la pétition: cliquer ICI (source Chrétiens d'Orient en Danger) "Que les musulmans dénoncent les violences faites aux chrétiens" Le 1 octobre 2013 Appel de Anwar Ibrahim, leader musulman de Malaisie « Les musulmans doivent dénoncer les atrocités faites aux minorités chrétiennes et défier ces musulmans qui combattent les chrétiens », a déclaré Anwar Ibrahim, membre du parlement et leadermusulman du parti d’opposition Pakatan Rakyat (PKR), en Malaisie, lors de la table-ronde consacrée à la cohabitation entre chrétiens et musulmans, dans le cadre de la rencontre internationale « le courage de l’espérance », organisée à Rome par la communauté de Sant’Egidio, le 30 septembre. Selon le leader malaisien « le respect de la dignité humaine n’est pas la tolérance, mais connaître et apprécier les différences des autres groupes religieux ». « Le problème dans le monde arabe est politique et non religieux », a-t-il dit, et le défi est d’y dire que « sans liberté et respect la paix ne peut exister ». Anwar Ibrahim est un homme politique de Malaisie qui a joué un rôle important dans les associations musulmanes de jeunes fondées sur la non violence. Dans les années 90 il a été ministre de l’éducation et des finances et plusieurs fois parlementaire. Il a travaillé à l’UNESCO et au Fonds monétaire international. Depuis 2008 il est à la tête du parti d’opposition Pakatan Rakyat (PKR). Pour plus d’informations sur la rencontre, le matériel, textes, photos. Traduction d'Océane Le Gall (Source Zenit) Contre l’antichristianisme : Marche à Paris le dimanche 20 octobre ! Tawadros II invite les Occidentaux à « lire les faits objectivement » Le 19 août 2013 Nous suivons le développement des évènements malheureux que subit l’Église Copte sur la terre de notre pays l’Égypte, et nous continuons à soutenir la police égyptienne, les Forces armées et les autres organisations du peuple égyptien visant à lutter contre les groupes violents armés, le terrorisme chez nous et à l’étranger, les attaques contre des entités étatiques et les églises paisibles, le fait de terroriser les citoyens coptes et musulmans, et ce à l’encontre de la religion, de la morale et de l’humanité. Bien que nous appréciions leur position sincère et amicale et leur compréhension de l’heuristique, nous déplorons le fort sophisme médiatique qui prévaut au sein des pays Occidentaux et nous les invitons à lire les faits objectivement sans tenter d’établir une couverture internationale ou politique à ces groupes terroristes et sanglants et à tous ceux qui y appartiennent, car ils essaient de semer la dévastation et la destruction dans notre cher pays. Nous invoquons l’ensemble des médias et l’engagement mondial à fournir la véritable image de ce qui se passe en toute transparence, droiture et honnêteté. Nous reconnaissons toutes les victimes tombées en martyrs et nous souhaitons la guérison à chaque blessé. Nous adhérons entièrement à l’unité nationale solide et rejetons formellement toute tentative d’entrainer le pays dans une querelle sectaire. De surcroit, nous considérons toute ingérence étrangère dans les affaires intérieures à l’Égypte comme inacceptable. De plus, lorsque la main du mal approche et brûle, tue et détruit, la main de Dieu, plus proche, protège, renforce et construit. Nous mettons notre foi dans l’aide divine par laquelle, l’Égypte et son peuple traverseront ces jours critiques de notre Histoire vers un avenir meilleur, un avenir illuminé par la justice, la paix et la démocratie que méritent les habitants de l’authentique vallée du Nil. Vive l’Égypte, libre et fière. Source : copte.fr 9 mois de christianophobie en France et en chiffres… Propos de Daniel Hamiche: " Je participai, ce midi, au déjeuner d’amitié française organisé au Palais de la Mutualité de Paris par l’ Alliance Générale contre le Racisme et pour le Respect de l’Identité Française et Chrétienne ( AGRIF ) fondée par Bernard Antony . On m’avait demandé, comme rédacteur en chef de ce ue, d’y prononcer quelques mots. Les voici…" Chers défenseurs de l’identité française et chrétienne, je voudrais, en quelques minutes, comme rédacteur du ue L’Observatoire de la Christianophobie, attirer votre attention sur l’ampleur des phénomènes de christianophobie dans notre pays, encore que ce ue “œcuménique” recense chaque jour et depuis le mois de mai 2010, les actes de christianophobie dans le monde entier. J’ai compilé, dans la nuit, les manifestations de christianophobie en France parmi les 1 243 articles publiés et lus 1,4 million de fois, entre le 1er janvier de cette année et le 30 septembre dernier, c’est-à-dire pendant les seuls 9 premiers mois de 2013 : ● Interruptions ou perturbations de Messes ou de cérémonies religieuses : 4 cas . ● Piratages informatiques de sites ou de ues chrétiens : 6 cas . ● Discriminations sociales ou professionnelles contre des chrétiens en raison de leur religion : 8 cas . ● Agressions contre des prêtres ou des religieux : 8 cas . ● Articles ou propos injurieux pour les chrétiens et la religion chrétienne dans les médias de la “bienpensance” : 11 cas . ● Tentatives d’incendies et incendies d’églises ou de lieux de culte chrétiens : 17 cas , quasiment deux par mois ! ● Profanations et actes de vandalisme de cimetières chrétiens : 25 cas , soit environ un tous les dix jours ! ● Profanations d’églises et actes de vandalisme contre et dans des lieux de culte chrétiens : 70 cas , un peu plus de deux par semaine ! ● Insultes publiques contre les chrétiens, blasphèmes publics contre le christianisme, vandalismes ou destructions de symboles ou d’objets chrétiens : 109 cas , environ un tous les deux jours ! Ces quelque 250 cas de manifestations publiques de christianophobie en France, autrement dit quasiment un cas par jour depuis le début de l’année et que j’ai signalés dans un article mis en ligne sur mon ue, ne sont que ceux que j’ai pu découvrir ou que, plus prosaïquement, j’ai eu le temps de traiter… Qu’on ne s’y trompe pas, les chiffres que je viens de vous signaler ne recouvrent pas la totalité des actes de christianophobie en France : ils ne sont que des prélèvements sur un phénomène plus ample, plus profond et en croissance constante. Chacun de ces cas, en soi intolérable, aurait pu donner lieu à une ferme dénonciation publique, voire à une action judiciaire. L’AGRIF est par vocation et statutairement fondée à dénoncer publiquement et à poursuivre pénalement ces innombrables attaques contre notre identité chrétienne, mais, pour cela, il lui en faut les moyens, il lui faut plus de “munitions” pour la bataille et plus d’hommes pour la mener. C’est l’appel que je lance en ce jour du trentième anniversaire de L’AGRIF, car en matière de christianophobie on ne doit rien lâcher, jamais, jamais, jamais… (source Christianophobie) Bienvenue · Welcome · Benvenuti · Bienvenidos
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L'Ordre de la Très Sainte Trinité (les Trinitaires) a créé en 1999 l'organe SIT : « Solidarité Internationale Trinitaire », et « SIT - France » en est la branche française. Les Trinitaires SIT : Solidarité Internationale Trinitaire Statuts de la SIT
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Conférence Baltimore-Washington 2013
Conférence 1 : P. William Axe, O.SS.T
Conférence 3 : Halim M. Meawad, Cofondateur et directeur de Coptic Solidarity
Conférence 4 : P. Thierry Knecht, O.SS.T. Président du S.I.T. International
Conférence 5 : Tim Allen, NCR's senior correspondent
Conférence 6 : Elyse Bauer Anderson, Foreign Policy Director of Congressman Frank R. Wolf
Le SIT a cette triple mission d’ informer , de dénoncer et de soutenir . Informer les chrétiens libres car nous ne pouvons pas oublier ces frères des catacombes. Dénoncer auprès des autorités nationales comme internationales toute violation des articles 18 et 19 de la Déclaration universelle des Droits de l’homme. Soutenir par la prière et l’aide concrète. Programme général de nos actions Nos actions en cours Offrir des études à de jeunes chrétiens persécutés Nos projets pour demain Bilans des actions soutenues Bilan des actions passées 2009-2011 Nos conférences Conférence Baltimore-Washington 2013 Conférence 1 : P. William Axe, O.SS.T Conférence 3 : Halim M. Meawad, Cofondateur et directeur de Coptic Solidarity Conférence 4 : P. Thierry Knecht, O.SS.T. Président du S.I.T. International Conférence 5 : Tim Allen, NCR's senior correspondent Conférence 6 : Elyse Bauer Anderson, Foreign Policy Director of Congressman Frank R. Wolf
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Nos actions Nos conférences Conférence Baltimore-Washington 2013 : Conférence 1 : Why we're here Conférence 2 : The situation of the Coptic Christians in Egypt Conférence 3 : La liberté religieuse Conférence 4 : Five myths about anti-Christian persecution Conférence 5 : A Clarion call for the persecuted Church   (titres des images : précédent ; suivant ; usage au clavier : flèche gauche et flèche droite ; précédent ; suivant ; usage au clavier : flèche gauche et flèche droite)
» Nos actions » Nos conférences » Conférence Baltimore-Washington 2013 : Conférence 1 : Why we're here • Conférence 2 : The situation of the Coptic Christians in Egypt • Conférence 3 : La liberté religieuse • Conférence 4 : Five myths about anti-Christian persecution • Conférence 5 : A Clarion call for the persecuted Church Conférence 5 : A Clarion call for the persecuted Church A Clarion Call for the Persecuted Church (by Elyse Bauer Anderson, Foreign Policy Director of Congressman Frank R. Wolf) Thank you for the invitation to be here today. I am greatly encouraged by your gathering and the dedication you exhibit to advocating for and interceding on behalf of the persecuted church and other oppressed people of faith. Congressman Wolf, shares your passion, and regrets that he couldn’t join you due to the Congressional voting schedule, but he asked that I attend in his stead. As Father Kurt mentioned, I have the privilege of working as Congressman Wolf’s Foreign Policy Director. Given his interests and passions, much of my work centers on human rights and religious freedom. Mr. Wolf has travelled to a variety of countries and regions including China, Tibet, Sudan and Iraq to name a view. Most recently, he was in Lebanon and Egypt. He met with government leaders, civil society actors, Syrian refugees fleeing the horrific violence in that land, and religious leaders. Many of the Syrian Christians with whom he met voiced concerns that the fate of their community would parallel that of the Christians in Iraq whose numbers have been halved since 2003 and are continuing to diminish in the face of targeted violence. I’ve brought copies of Mr. Wolf’s trip report summarizing his time in the Middle East which I am happy to leave with Father Kurt and which we can discuss in greater detail during the Q&A. But before going any further, I thought it might prove useful to provide you with a bit of history about Mr. Wolf’s own interest in these issues, and specifically, what prompted his involvement. Mr. Wolf was first elected to Congress in 1980, after two unsuccessful attempts. He likes to say that he rode in to elective office on President Reagan’s coattails. If you were to glance at some of his early campaign literature you would not find a single mention of human rights, religious freedom, etc. His focus was almost exclusively on local issues—transportation, airports and the like. He had virtually no experience overseas or exposure to the persecuted church. Then in 1984, a Democratic Member of Congress who he was in a bible study with, Tony Hall, invited him to go to Ethiopia. Hall, who had a heart for hunger issues, had recently returned from the famine-stricken country. He had beheld the children with distended bellies, the overflowing camps, the tremendous suffering. He knew that anyone who saw this with their own eyes would be changed. Mr. Wolf agreed and ultimately spent the night in a teeming refugee camp run by the NGO World Vision. It was a formative experience. That trip, coupled with a trip the following year to Ceausescu’s Romania, at the height of the Cold War, was eye-opening. In 1985 he journeyed with Congressman Hall and Congressman Chris Smith to the Soviet bloc country. They’d all read Tortured for Christ by Richard Wurmbrand, an evangelical pastor who had endured years in a Romanian prison simply for preaching the Gospel. After his release and emigration to the U.S., Wurmbrand went on to found Voice of the Martyrs. During their visit they met with government officials, but more importantly they met with and worshipped with Romanian Christians—persecuted believers clinging to their faith under a repressive regime. These believers pleaded with the Congressional delegation to tell the West about the trials they faced. Wolf, Hall and Smith did just that. They came back with the message that until Romania started treating its own people with respect and dignity that the U.S. ought to withdraw Most Favored Nation Trading Status. It was an uphill battle at first. There was much Congressional opposition. Ultimately Mr. Wolf, along with several other Members, secured an audience with President Reagan and made the case. Reagan came to embrace the position and eventually, three years after their initial visit, the House and the Senate voted to suspend MFN for six months. This had reverberations throughout Romania. In fact some scholars point to the decision to drop MFN for Romania as one of the events that helped force the Romanian revolution. I recognize that these events were 25 years ago, but I mention them simply to give you a sense of what, in addition to his own faith, set Mr. Wolf on this trajectory. Namely his personal encounters with suffering people. I imagine that many of you who work with persecuted believers have had similar experiences that propelled your own work in this arena. Personally, having met with scores of persecuted Christians over the years, as a result of this job, I can honestly say that these interactions have strengthened and undergirded my own faith. These glimpses into the lives of believers, who daily count the cost, and take up the cross, can’t help but inspire. “Religious freedom, an essential requirement of the dignity of every person, is a cornerstone of the structure of human rights and for this reason, an irreplaceable factor in the good of individuals and the whole of society as well as of the personal fulfillment of each individual.” These words were spoken by the late Pope John Paul II—himself a champion of religious liberty. His life experience, of course, informed his thoughts. Be it the Nazi occupation of his homeland, or the communist puppet government that later came to the fore, he knew well the experience of totalitarianism and the affront that this form of government is to human dignity. With the collapse of the Soviet Union, the major threats of to religious freedom have evolved and diversified. In their recently released book, PERSECUTED: THE GLOBAL ASSAULT ON CHRISTIANS, Paul Marshall, Nina Shea and Lela Gilbert write: “ Why are Christians persecuted? As you’ll soon see, there are a myriad of reason. Persecution can be government sponsored as a matter of policy or practice, as in North Korea, Vietnam, China, Burma, Saudi Arabia, and Iran. It can be the result of hostility within society and carried out by extremists and vigilantes who operate with impunity or beyond the government’s capacity to control. That is the situation today in Nigeria and Iraq. It can also be carried out by terrorist groups exerting control over the territories, such as Al-Shabab in Somalia or the Taliban in Afghanistan. Or it can come from the hands of combined and even conflicting powers, as in Egypt and Pakistan.” Our office does religious freedom work around the globe in many of those countries although the approach may differ depending on the situation. Just to give you a snap-shot, this week alone we’re involved in the following: IRAN: The bipartisan Tom Lantos Human Rights Commission, which Mr. Wolf chairs hosted a briefing discussion for Hill staff with two young Iranian women who recently authored a book, Captive in Iran . These women were born into Muslim families in Iran and later became Christians and ultimately missionaries. They were persecuted and imprisoned for their faith in Iran’s notorious Evin Prison. I had the privilege of meeting them yesterday and hearing about their journey of faith. It brought tears to my eyes as did their willingness to face death by hanging simply for adhering to the dictates of their conscience. CHINA: Mr. Wolf attended and delivered remarks at a House Foreign Affairs Committee hearing focused on the human rights situation in China. Witnesses included Chen Gauncheng, the blind legal advocate who gained notoriety last year when he courageously, and even miraculously escaped house arrest in China and sought refuge in the U.S. embassy. He is persona non grata with the Chinese government in part because of his legal advocacy on behalf of women who had been the victims of forced abortions due to China’s one-child policy. PAKISTAN: Our office is circulating a letter and seeking signatures from other offices raising the plight of Amadi Muslims in Pakistan. Quite simply the government does not recognize them as “true” Muslims. Disenfranchisement is among the abuses they suffer. They are prohibited from voting in the upcoming presidential election. We are urging the Government of Pakistan, if it hopes to have the elections viewed as legitimate, to repeal this discriminatory executive order. AZERBAIJAN: As I speak, Mr. Wolf is meeting with a Christian human rights lawyer from Azerbaijan, who regularly defends pastors, churches from the harassment of the government, not only in his country, but other Central Asian countries. To be sure, as you know, there is no shortage of work to be done. We utilize a variety of tolls at our disposal. Hearings, briefings, letters to our own State Department urging that they raise these issues with foreign governments, meetings with international dignitaries and diplomats. And of course there is legislation. Mr. Wolf has introduced a bill to create a Special Envoy position at the State Department charged with advocating on behalf of religious minorities in the Middle East and South Central Asia (BACKGROUND) Certainly there is an important role for government to play and Mr. Wolf has consistently sought to elevate these issues within our own foreign policy establishment. In 1998 he authored the legislation that created the U.S. Office for International Religious Freedom at the State Department, headed by Ambassador-at-Large and the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom—an independent bipartisan federal body that monitors religious freedom abuses abroad and makes policy recommendations to the President, Secretary of State and Congress. Some of our friends from Canada may be aware that the Canadian government recently launched its own Office of Religious Freedom. I was interested to read in several news stories announcing the creation of the office that the Canadian government said that the idea to create a religious freedom office was inspired by Pakistan’s former Federal Minister for Minorities, Shabhaz Bhatti, the only Christian member of Pakistan’s cabinet. Bhatti was a good friend of our office. He travelled frequently to Washington and explained with great candor to policymakers here the challenges facing religious minorities in his homeland. He was an outspoken critic of his nation’s blasphemy laws and was especially vocal about the case of Asia Bibi, a young Christian mother who has been imprisoned since 2009 and sentenced to hanging on blasphemy charges. His heroic advocacy made him a prime target of extremist Islamist elements in his country. And in 2011 his life was cut tragically short, his car riddled with bullets as he left his mother’s home. Bhatti devoted his life to defending the most vulnerable-he is literally a modern day martyr. I’d like to take a moment to show a video clip of Bhatti filmed months before his death. Bhatti appears to sense that the path he has chosen will come with a price. Let me repeat: "I believe in Jesus Christ who has given his own life for us. I know what is the meaning of [the] cross. And I am following the cross. And I am ready to die for a cause." And so he did. There are thousands more like Bhatti whose names we will never know, but whose lives and in some cases deaths must spur us to act. This is a clarion call not just for governments that respect human rights and religious freedom but for the Church. Earlier this year Congressman Wolf wrote 300+ religious leaders in the West (Catholic, Protestant, Orthodox) urging them to use their positions to advocate for the persecuted church. He is of the mind that if the church does not lead the way we can hardly expect governments to do so. With your permission, I’d like to read some excerpts. Dear Friend, Christians worldwide just celebrated the birth of Jesus. For those of us living in the West, this was a festive season marked by worship services, gift-giving and time with family and friends. But for our brethren in the Middle East, fear of persecution and outright violence or even death cast a long dark shadow over the Christmas holiday. While most striking in the Middle East, given the ancient roots of Christianity in that part of the world, the challenges facing those believers are by no means isolated, nor are they anything “new under the sun.” Ecclesiastes 4:1 says, "I saw the tears of the oppressed, and they have no comforter; power was on the side of the oppressor." As you well know, oppression has marked the church since its birth. Consider the chilling words of Roman historian Tacitus regarding the early church: "Besides being put to death they were made to serve as objects of amusement; they were clad in the hides of beasts and torn to death by dogs; others were crucified, others set on fire to serve to illuminate the night when daylight failed..." Every day, around the world, men and women of faith are imprisoned, beaten, detained, tortured and even killed. The book of Hebrews enjoins us to "remember those in prison as if you were their fellow prisoners, and those who are mistreated as if you yourselves were suffering." Do we suffer with our brethren? Consider that on our watch a historic exodus of Christians from the Middle East is underway —an exodus fueled by persecution. German Lutheran pastor Dietrich Bonhoeffer, faced with the tyranny and horror of Nazism, famously said, “Silence in the face of evil is itself evil. Not to speak is to speak. Not to act is to act.” And that is precisely what many in the church did, or failed to do, as Hitler unleashed his murderous plans. I recently encountered this haunting account by a German Christian in the book When a Nation Forgets God: “I lived in Germany during the Nazi Holocaust. I considered myself a Christian. We heard stories of what was happening to the Jews, but we tried to distance ourselves from it, because, what could anyone do to stop it? A railroad track ran behind our small church and each Sunday morning we could hear the whistle in the distance and then the wheels coming over the tracks. We became disturbed when we heard the cries coming from the train as it passed by. We realized that it was carrying Jews like cattle in the cars! Week after week the whistle would blow. We dreaded to hear the sound of those wheels because we knew that we would hear the cries of the Jews en route to a death camp. Their screams tormented us. We knew the time the train was coming and when we heard the whistle blow we began singing hymns. By the time the train came past our church we were singing at the top of our voices. If we heard the screams, we sang more loudly and soon we heard them no more. Years have passed and no one talks about it anymore. But I still hear that train whistle in my sleep. God forgive me; forgive all of us who called ourselves Christians and yet did nothing to intervene.” The parallels are imperfect but the sentiments are the same. Has our comfort led to complacency? Can the church in the West be galvanized to act? A phrase not often heard outside the majority Muslim world is “First the Saturday people, then the Sunday people.” The “Saturday people” are of course the Jews. Their once vibrant communities in countries throughout the region are now decimated. In 1948 there were roughly 150,000 Jews in Iraq; today less than 10 remain. In Egypt, there were once as many as 80,000 Jews; now less than 100 remain. It appears a similar fate awaits the ancient Christian community in these same lands. Iraq's Christian population has fallen from as many as 1.4 million in 2003 to between 500,000 and 700,000 today. Churches have been targeted, believers kidnapped for ransom and families threatened with violence if they stay. In October 2010, Islamist extremists laid siege on Our Lady of Salvation Catholic Church in Baghdad killing over 50 hostages and police and wounding dozens more. In Egypt with the ascent of the Muslim Brotherhood, Coptic Christians, numbering roughly 8 to 10 million, are leaving in droves. Ironically, some 2,000 years ago, the Holy Family sought refuge in this same land from the murderous aims of King Herod. In the midst of devastating bloodshed in Syria, the Christian population is particularly vulnerable. A recent ABC News story reported, “They [Christians] are fearful that Syria will become another Iraq, with Christians caught in the crossfire between rival Islamic groups.” Over the span of a few decades, the Middle East, with the exception of Israel, was virtually emptied of Jews. The same thing will happen to the Christian community if the current trajectory holds true. And yet, the silence of many in the West is deafening. Such stories receive scant attention in the mainstream media, and perhaps more strikingly, are rarely spoken of from our pulpits. A recent study on Christian persecution released by the British-based think tank Civitas explained the media’s seeming ambivalence this way: “Parts of the media have been influenced by the logical error that equates criticism of Muslims with racism, and therefore as wrong by definition. This has further distracted attention away from the hounding of Christians, helping to cement the surprisingly widespread idea that Christianity is a ‘Western’ faith.” And yet, we in the church ought to know better. The Middle East is the very cradle of Christendom. Consider Iraq: with the exception of Israel, the Bible contains more references to the cities, regions and nations of ancient Iraq than any other country. The patriarch Abraham came from a city in Iraq called Ur. Isaac’s bride, Rebekah, came from northwest Iraq. Jacob spent 20 years in Iraq and his sons (the 12 tribes of Israel) were born in northwest Iraq. A remarkable spiritual revival as told in the book of Jonah occurred in Nineveh. The events of the book of Esther took place in Iraq as did the account of Daniel in the Lion’s Den. Furthermore, many of Iraq’s Christians still speak Aramaic the language of Jesus… The book of Proverbs tells us to "Speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves..." Bhatti can no longer speak. The Chinese bishop under house arrest cannot speak. The North Korean believer enslaved in the gulag can’t speak. The Iraqi nun fearing for her life cannot speak. Will we be their voice? That is the question before us today. From whatever walk of life, whatever profession or calling, will be their voice? Your very presence here is evidence of a resounding YES. I’ll close with the words of a hymn of old, “For All the Saints” which was written by a British Bishop, William Walsham How. The Hymn Opens: For all the saints, who from their labors rest, Who Thee by faith before the world confessed, Thy Name, O Jesus, be forever blessed. Alleluia, Alleluia! Thou was their Rock, their Fortress and their Might Thou, Lord, their Captain in the well fought fight; Thou, in the darkness drear, their one true Light. Alleluia, Alleluia! One stanza which is rarely sung continues: For Martyrs, who with rapture kindled eye, Saw the bright crown descending from the sky, And seeing, grasped it, Thee we glorify. Alleluia, Alleluia! And in closing: But lo! There breaks, a yet more glorious day The saints triumphant rise in bright array The King of glory passes on His way. Alleluia, Alleluia! Friends, as we anticipate that triumphant day, when justice will reign, when the captive will be set free, when every tear will be wiped away, let us commit ourselves anew to these beleaguered saints all over the world. Let us commit to being their advocate, to being their voice.