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Duke University Features Commander Limberakis in its Magazine
9/19/2005
A graduate of Duke University School of Medicine, Limberakis discusses religious persecution in Turkey and the efforts of the Order of St. Andrew in support of the Ecumenical Patriarchate Full Text


Papal Visit Draws Ire
9/19/2005
Turkish nationalists protest trip as deputy premier criticizes patriarch Full Text


Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew Refers to Tragic September 1955 Events in Istanbul in Address to Pilgrims
9/13/2005
50 Years Since the Beginning of the Devastating Pogroms against the Greek Orthodox Community of Istanbul and Smyrna Full Text


Britain's Foreign Minister Opines on Turkey's EU Candidacy
9/8/2005
Foreign Minister Jack Straw reviews reasons why Turkey should enter the European Union Full Text


Pope Benedict Accepts Invitation of Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew to Meet in Istanbul at Phanar
9/7/2005
Annual Archon Pilgrimage to the Mother Church to Coincide with Pope's Visit Full Text


Financial Times Interviews Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew: FT Reporter Vincent Boland Reviews Religious Freedom in Turkey and Closure of Halki
8/27/2005
Financial Times article also makes reference to devastating 1955 Turkish mob assault (pogrom) on Greek Orthodox minority that virtually destroyed its presence in Istanbul Full Text


Continued Intimidation and Harassment by Istanbul Official Targeting Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew
8/24/2005
Motherland Party (ANAVATAN) Istanbul Deputy Emin Sirin rebuffed by Interior Minister Aksu regarding religious activities of Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew Full Text


Vice Premier of Turkey Attacks Ecumenical Patriarchate in Statement
8/18/2005
According to reports from Ankara, the Vice Premier of Turkey, Mehmet Ali Sahim, attacked personally the Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople Barthlomew, threatened His All Holiness of the Orthodox Church, and that the Erdogan Government is going to take the appropriate legal steps against Him and the Ecumenical Patrichate in Istanbul. Any comment, since the U.S. Government is very sensitive on matters of religious freedom globally? Full Text


Archons to Honor Mikhail Gorbachev with Athenagoras Human Rights Award
8/17/2005
New York, NY- Former USSR President Mikhail Gorbachev "will be honored with the 2005 Athenagoras Human Rights Award by The Order of St. Andrew, Archons of the Ecumenical Patriarchate in America at the New York Hilton on October 22," according to His Eminence Archbishop Demetrios, Archbishop of America and Exarch of Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew. Full Text


Senior Catholic Church Official Urges Turkey to Counter "Institutional Christianophobia"
7/15/2005
Archbishop Edmond Erhat, the Vatican's Nuncio to Ankara states that "religious freedom exists only on paper." Full Text


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