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The Pope of the Vatican calls for peace in several countries, including Iraq, and talks about immigrants Empty The Pope of the Vatican calls for peace in several countries, including Iraq, and talks about immigrants

Post by RamblerNash on Wed Dec 25, 2019 11:25 am

The Pope of the Vatican calls for peace in several countries, including Iraq, and talks about immigrants

The Pope of the Vatican calls for peace in several countries, including Iraq, and talks about immigrants Pope

12/25/2019 05:39:46
 
Shafaq News / Pope Francis, the Pope of the Vatican, urged the world to make way for the light of Christmas to penetrate the "darkness in human hearts" that leads to religious persecution, social injustice, armed conflict and fear of immigrants.

In his message to the Vatican City and the world on Christmas Day, Pope Francis, 83, called for peace in the Holy Land, Syria, Lebanon, Yemen, Iraq, Venezuela, Ukraine, and several conflict-ridden African countries.

The content of his speech to tens of thousands of people on St. Peter's Square and millions of viewers or listeners around the world was that change begins with hearts.

"There is darkness in human hearts, but the light of Christ remains greater," said Francis, who is celebrating Christmas for the seventh year at the head of the Vatican.

"There is darkness in personal, family and social relations, but the light of Christ is greater. There is darkness in economic, political and environmental conflicts, but the light of Christ remains greater. ”

The Pope of the Vatican referred to the persecution of Christians by militant groups in Burkina Faso, Mali, Niger and Nigeria, and prayed for those suffering because of their faith.

On December 1, at least 14 people were shot dead in an attack on a church in eastern Burkina Faso, where an Islamist insurgency is stoking ethnic and religious tensions.

Pope Francis devoted part of his speech to talking about the suffering of refugees, although he was criticized by populist politicians for his defense of immigrants and refugees.

He said, “Injustice is what drives them to cross the deserts and seas that have been turned into graves. It is injustice that drives them to endure unspeakable forms of abuse, slavery of all kinds, and torture in inhumane concentration camps. ”

Francis had called earlier this month to close immigration detention centers in Libya.

In his speech, the Pope said that although there are many great problems in the world, people do not have to look far to remedy injustices. He added that they can make a difference in their societies as a start to heal the wounds of "all those who suffer in our human family."

He continued, "On this joyous Christmas day, I pray (the Lord) that everyone be included with his mercy and that he illuminate the darkness of this world."

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