Published on Sep 6, 2013
While lawmakers in the US debate on what to do in Syria, the Syrian government and anti-government rebels clashed once again on Thursday near the small town of Maaloula. The small Christian town north of Damascus holds one of the oldest minority Syrian populations in the country. The recent conflict has many minorities in the area worried about the repercussion the community faces in the country’s civil war. The arch Bishop of the Syrian Church for Eastern US, Mor Cyril Aphrem Karim, joins us for more.
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