Is Kurdistan Syria Church's Best Hope for Survival?
"If you were a Christian father in Syria looking at your children and their future -- and I think you'd want them to get out and not just now for safety, but for the future, too -- I think you'd be saying, go to Europe, go to America, " Abrams argued.
But not all Christians can leave the country or take up arms to protect themselves, so who will protect them?
The answer can be found within the country's Kurdish population, a people willing to risk their lives to protect Syria's Christians
The nominal Christians of Syria may get some benefits from a new country of Kurdistan, if for one, Turkey allows it to survive. It would be a good idea if they had their own country, and they may treat non-Mohammedans better. Anyway, [URL=http://www.frontpagemag.com/2013/caroline-glick/a-vastly-changed-middle-east/print/]]]A Vastly Changed Middle East[/URL]. Randy Paul, may even like Miss Glick's article.