The war in Syria is growing increasingly worse every day, and it is affecting every Syrian citizen, regardless of ethnicity or religion. But just like in every war, the situation for
minorites is even more horrifying. The Christian minority in Syria has no militia and is targeted by everyone. Christian Assyrians/Syriacs and others have become the number one targets for
criminals and terrorists. Nuri Kino, journalist and author, has met and interviewed close to a hundred Christian Syrian refugees. He gives voice to this otherwise silent minority in a personal
report available in both Swedish and English. The report can be downloaded here
Nuri Kino the author of the report "Between the Barbed Wire" travelled to Turkey in April of 2013 to discover why Turkish authorities are building a tent city for thousands of Syrian Christians. As part of his research he interviewed Syrian refugees Safer and Yakup Staifo Malke with their widowed mother Suad Malke who believe that their father was shot and killed for the crucifix showing in his car. In the above video they say they felt they had to flee Syria. The article "The Camp" can be read here.