World Council of Churches reiterates calls for immediate ceasefire in Syria

Posted Apr 17, 2018

[World Council of Churches] The World Council of Churches, or WCC, has urged the international community to find a way to break the cycle of violence in Syria. A WCC statement issued April 16 came two days after the U.S., France and the U.K. carried out missile strikes following a suspected Syrian government chemical weapons attack.

“A just and sustainable peace for all Syrians can only be brought about through a political solution,” the WCC statement says.

Read the full statement here.


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  1. Tony Oberdorfer says:

    The World Council of Churches has engaged in so much political mischief over the years that any statement it makes on Syria or any other subject should be completely ignored.

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