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2014 | 29 | 3 | 71-85
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Religious Minorities in Turbulent Periods: The Recurring Dilemmas for Christians in Syria

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Struggling to survive and experiencing a financial catastrophe, the Christian population in Syria had to handle carefully its relations both with the regime and the rebel forces, as the longstanding ties of several churches with the regime have put the communities in a situation where they cannot stand idle and wait. As Syria represents a battle ground, both literally and figuratively, for the eventual outcome of the Arab Uprising, this paper will examine the position that Christians hold in the country, in the light of the dilemmas they face in times of crisis.
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29
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3
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71-85
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