Few things are so divisive to the minds of Europeans at the moment as the Israeli-Gaza conflict. Amidst that, Christians don’t seem to be a binding force. They are as polarised as the rest. Why is that?
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Celebrating Christmas and winter holidays could lead us to forget that there is no peace on earth yet. Conflicts are quite heavy, both in Ukraine and in Palestine-Israel. Jack Nassar, a Palestinian Christian, urges his European brothers and sisters to reflect on this reality from his Middle Eastern perspective.
German politicians do their utmost to show their solidarity with Israel. However, research shows that only a third of the population shares that opinion.
Bulgaria and Israel share a strong bond. It is not only political, but also spiritual, columnist Vlady Raichinov writes.
The European Commission concludes that its own subsidies are being put to good use by the Palestinian authorities. But everybody who closely examines the issue feels that it is time to pause the good will.
Can we still talk about Jewish biscuits? May a shop refuse customers if they support Israel? One thing is sure: anti-Semitism keeps Europe busy.
After a century, Turkey opened its first state-built church. At the same time, Christians still face restrictions in the officially secular state.
Annoying. That is the best word to describe my opinion on the accusations that Europe would be racist.