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Save the orphans and nuns at St. Thekla Monastery in Maloula, Syria!

Save the orphans and nuns at St. Thekla Monastery in Maloula, Syria!

    1. Petition by

      Amy Call

      Pleasant Hill, CA

They will soon starve or die of dehydration without enough food and water.  These are innocent women and children.  No matter which opinion you have of Syria and the people there, these people need our help.  They are caught in the crossfire and pleading for help.  

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    1. Reached 25 signatures

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    • Anita Kanitz STUTTGART, GERMANY
      • about 1 month ago

      "We intend to make this world the most beautiful, glorious planet that any human being can imagine and, really, beyond anything any human being can imagine."

      -- Hafsat Abiola

      "We are working to help people become better people; then this will become a better world."

      -- Eva Burrows

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    • Claudia Ross Kuhn SEATTLE, WA
      • 4 months ago

      When it is in front of one, one should respond.

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    • Nancy Morris SEATTLE, WA
      • 4 months ago

      Humanity can do better. Syria, please show compassion. Do not let these people be killed in this horrific crossfire.

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    • Christen Mattix BELLINGHAM, WA
      • 4 months ago

      Please protect the innocent nuns and orphans of Thekla by demanding their speedy release. These nuns were doing nothing wrong--they were caring for orphans. The least we can do is speak out on their behalf.

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    • Kristina Gillquist BLOOMINGTON, IN
      • 4 months ago

      The Christ in each precious child- and nun-martyr is being tortured and crucified.

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