Syrian Religious Freedom

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The streets are most dangerous after 3 pm in Syria, unless it’s Friday when the few Syrian Christians dare to step a foot outside. Christianity makes up about 10 % of the population. They don’t ask much of anyone, just to be able to feel safe while they worship. Ever since 1976 there have been terrorist and persecutions to everyone in Syria, no matter if you were Christian or not. Some people just wanted to be know and for themselves to herd but I can almost guarantee you that the people that have blown up cities and raided houses of innocent families have not thought about the outcome. Or maybe they did, but did not care. One thing that has been set to help was curfews, but some say they did little to nothing. These are somethings that Syrian…show more content…
It forbids Congress from both promoting one religion over others and also restricting an individual’s religious practices. It guarantees freedom of expression by prohibiting Congress from restricting the press or the rights of individuals to speak freely. It also guarantees the right of citizens to assemble peaceably and to petition their government.” Then again in Syria lawlessness has become normal. Religious Freedom is something we all have in the U.S. Even if you don’t practice a certain religion we all have it, and take it for granted. Just think most people in other countries do not have the option to do this. Although they may not have this option, we do and if we were not able to practice or live in our own religion, things would get very problematic, just like in the middle east. We would live in a world where men, women, and children would have to fight for all the wrong reasons just to find something to believe…show more content…
It gives us the power or Free Will if you must to participate in a chosen religion. As members of the Catholic Church in today’s world, believers are called upon to share their faith with the wider community. We face many challenges. In our world now days most people believe in the whole separation between Church and State., but on this day September 24, 2015 Pope Francis preaches compassion to divided congress. He is making history not just for Catholics but for people everywhere. He is a Legend. In times of need we use prayer and God to find hope. Others like Gwyneth Paltrow say “ I don’t believe in religion. I believe in spirituality. Religion is the cause of all the problems in the world. I don’t believe in organised religion at all. It’s what separates people. One religion just represents fragments, it causes war. More people have died because of religious conflict than any other reason.” She or someone who believes as she does might say to a Catholic in need “ Where is your God now?” But what some don’t know is that our God is with us always, he helps us when we need it not particularly when we want

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