Thursday, April 26, 2012

Canadians must stand against worldwide persecution says Jewish leader

Rabbi hosts event on Christian persecution
Rabbi Reuven Bulka, host of Standing Together Against Persecution of Christians, and keynote speaker Immigration Minister Jason Kenney.  Deborah Gyapong/CCN.
Unfortunately Jews and Christians share more than the Old Testament, they're also the most persecuted in the world. The B.C. Catholic has a story from CCN's eye on Ottawa, Deborah Gyapong, which details conference about the persecution of religious peoples around the world:
Canadians must stand together to stop a growing Christian persecution around the world said religious and political leaders at an event hosted by a prominent Jewish leader.

“There is a crescendo of attacks on the Christian community the world over,” said author and broadcaster Rabbi Reuven Bulka, who hosted the “Standing Together Against Persecution of Christians” at his Congregation Machzikei Hadas that featured keynotes by Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird and Immigration Minister Jason Kenney.
Read the full story at The B.C. Catholic website.

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