Christian community in Syria brought to its knees by 'uncontrollable emigration'
Benjamin Blanchard, general director of the organisation reported about their humanitarian work in the area of Northeastern Syria.
Religious leaders from Turkey and Syria talk after the earthquake.
International program leader of the Hungarian Maltese Charity Service talked about the situation in Syria to S4C News.
It was precisely under these conditions, he noted, that he learned “a magnificent example of forgiveness.”
In more recent times, it had served as a prison and a warehouse.
According to the Assyrian Democratic Organization, 20,000 of the formerly 22,000 Syriac Assyrians in the country have emigrated.