Common Concern for Christians in the Middle East
Wednesday 23rd December: This week over 60 MPs and peers wrote to the Prime Minister to ask that the crimes against minorities in Syria should be treated as genocide. That letter echoed another warning by Prince Charles that Christian communities in the Middle East were ‘being targeted like never before by fanatical Islamist militants intent on dividing communities that had lived together for centuries’. In America, two Rabbisfrom the Simon Wiesenthal Center, a leading Jewish Human Rights NGO have now added their voice to the policy discussion, calling in the Wall Street Journal for the State Department to admit these refugees to the US.
In a discussion based on this article, here Rabbi Abraham Cooper and Rabbi Yitzchok Adlerstein explain why Middle East Christians present a special case for humanitarian concern:
Opening the way for Disruptors
The Digital Economy, like others, must be free to compete, says Everline's Russell Gould
As Britain pushes for competition and open markets in Europe, a new battle ground will be on the digital economy. Russell Gould, COO of Everline, explains the foundations for building Britain’s digital success worldwide.
Britain’s digital industry is moving apace. On it depends much of Britain’s future economic growth and that of its success story, the Small and Medium sized businesses (SMEs). So if it is to flourish we must get the policy right and tackle the problems that exist.
'The economy still has some way to go to achieve balanced growth ....'