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Most of the Anglicans in Yemen have fled the country ahead of the conflict

The Anglican Archdeacon in the Gulf, the Ven Bill Schwartz, (The Episcopal Church in Jerusalem & The Middle East) reports that most all of the Anglicans in the Yemeni city of Aden have left. All except perhaps two who for personal reasons have chosen to remain and not be evacuated to return to their homes in Kenya and Ethiopia. The congregations in Yemen were mostly Anglicans from Africa and Asia. Westerners in Yemen were not safe from possible kidnapping and for […]

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