A Chaldean Catholic bishop in Syria has warned that two-thirds of all Christians in the war-torn country have left since the conflict began in March 2011, marking the exodus of close to a million believers.
CHR Comment: The article describes how the majority of Christians in Syria have fled due to the conflict and that the city of Aleppo is especially affected by the migration. It also describes the ascending poverty rate and worsening conditions for all citizens. Lord, have mercy.
Source: 66 Percent of Syrian Christians Gone, Chaldean Catholic Bishop Says Amid Civil War