The Immigrant Mind: The Future Of MosulThursday, July 20, 2017
On July 10, Iraq declared victory in the fight to reclaim Mosul. Now, who rebuilds that city’s souls and stones will set the course of the future.
Exodus Is Not The Answer: Why Christianity Must Be Preserved in the Middle EastMonday, July 17, 2017
For the second time in less than a century, people of a faith born in the land of Israel are…
Our Druse Neighbors
From The Jerusalem Post: Haiel Stawi reminds us that Israel is a place more diverse, more complex and more beautiful than we could ever possibly know.
Mideast Weekly RoundupSaturday, July 15, 2017
A historic water deal between the Israeli and Palestinian nations has been brokered, and the Pentagon confirms the death of the ISIS leader in Afghanistan.
A Statement About Our Work With Middle East ChristiansFriday, July 14, 2017
10 points to clarify, once and for all, the principles and priorities that guide The Philos Project Philos in our work with Middle Eastern Christians.
Turkey Uncensored: The Fate of Assyrian Christian Churches and MonasteriesThursday, July 13, 2017
The Turkish government has recently seized numerous properties belonging to Assyrian Christians. But this wasn’t the first time.
Infographic: Who Are the Kurds?Wednesday, July 12, 2017
Presenting an infographic on the Kurds, an at-a-glance view of a complex and pivotal player in the unfolding drama of the Middle East.
Turkey Uncensored: Erdoğan’s Unbridled AggressionMonday, July 10, 2017
Why did Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s visit to Washington, D.C. culminate in an attack on peaceful demonstrators? Why is he so nakedly repressive on foreign soil?
Mideast Weekly RoundupSaturday, July 8, 2017
This week, Narendra Modi became the first sitting Indian prime minister to visit Israel and ISIS comes closer to losing the city of Mosul. This and more.
Jerusalem Notebook: A Quest for Peace at Jerusalem’s Western WallThursday, July 6, 2017
A look at the Western Wall in light of recent events: Who can worship there? Where and how should they worship? And what forms of worship are acceptable?