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Bishop in Jerusalem, Bp Suheil Dawani has spoken out against sexual violence affecting women and children escaping Syria and criticised "archaic attitudes" to women that dominate the region.
In a piece written for ACNS, the Bishop says the crisis in Syria "requires urgent action" and noted that Christians "cannot be silent [witnesses] to the brutal treatment of women and children".
He wrote: "The UN has reported that 2.5 million people have fled their homes. Many are women and children who are fleeing in fear from the ongoing sexual violence against them. The International Rescue Committee reports that those who finally make it into the refugee camps are also victimized.
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