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World Council of Churches leadership issues statements on Zimbabwe, Iraq, nuclear weapons

November 28, 2017

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CWN Editor's Note: Over 300 Protestant and Orthodox communities belong to the World Council of Churches, founded in 1948. Its leaders recently met in Jordan, where King Abdullah “reiterated that Arab Christians are an integral part of the region and a key element of its identity.”

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