Matthew Feeney Discusses the Decline of Christian Communities in the Middle East on RT
I recently appeared on RT's CrossTalk to discuss the decline of Christian communities in the Middle East with Michael Maloof of WND and Sabah Al-Mukhtar of the U.K.-based Arab Lawyers Association.
At the beginning of the 20th century Christians made up about 20 percent of the population in the Middle East. Now, Christians make up 5 percent of the Middle East's population.
The segment includes discussions on the situation in Syria, Lebanon, and Iraq, the Arab Spring, and the role U.S. foreign policy has played in the changing demographics of the Middle East.