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  • March 01, 2011|John EibnerMiddle East Quarterly

    Les chrétiens de Turquie en état de siège

    Le 3 juin 2010, le meurtre brutal du chef de l'Église catholique en Turquie, Mgr Luigi Pa­dovese, a ébranlé la petite communauté chrétienne opprimée1. L'évêque de 62 ans dirigeait les efforts du Vatican pour améliorer les relations islamo...

  • March 01, 2011|John EibnerMiddle East Quarterly

    Turkey's Christians under Siege

    The brutal murder of the head of Turkey's Catholic Church, Bishop Luigi Padovese, on June 3, 2010, has rattled the country's small, diverse, and hard-pressed Christian community.[1] The 62-year-old bishop, who spearheaded the Vatican's efforts to...

  • September 01, 1999|John EibnerMiddle East Quarterly

    My Career Redeeming Slaves

  • January 01, 0001|John EibnerMEF Wire

    Slavery in the Sudan

    John Eibner, assistant to the international president of the Geneva-based Christian Solidarity International (CSI), addressed the Middle East Forum on November 7, 2000. He began by showing a short video of his experiences redeeming slaves originally