The world asleep

The Mosul imagery is so arresting. It’s reminiscent of what we saw in Europe in the build-up to the Second World War or the ethnic cleansing witnessed during the Balkans in the early 1990s, where there is an attempt to systematically wipe out an entire civilisation and culture. It’s as if the world is asleep and doesn’t care. I’m surprised there hasn’t been condemnation and calls for solidarity.  

Francis Campbell, former British Ambassador to the Holy See

We’d like to open this post by saying you’ve probably been saturated with news about the  persecuted Christians in Iraq, but the fact is western media has remained quiet about the Continue reading