was supposed to be going to the Rimini meeting, but it’s not the right time to be travelling”. Antoine Audo, Jesuit and Chaldean Bishop of Aleppo, prefers to stay close to his people who are suffering. He thinks it is not the right time to be taking pointless risks in order to take part in conferences on the situation of Christians in Syria. While explaining the reasons behind this decision, he also told Vatican Insider about the conditions that people are living through in the martyred city which was once one of the most flourishing parts of the Arab world, but which now has entire neighbourhoods reduced to rubble.

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