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Post time 2011-12-25 23:24:10 |Display all floors
At the end of a year of political turmoil, faithful arrive to attend Christmas Eve mass at St Therese Christian Armenian church in Cairo, Egypt
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Syrian children attend a Christmas celebration at the Mar Takla monastery in the Christian village of Ma'alula
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A Syrian man dressed as Santa Claus plays with orphans. Nine months of unrest in Syria have stripped Christian neighbourhoods of any sign of Christmas joy as Syrian Christians have decided to cancel celebrations and only observe Christmas mass
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A Palestinian girl dressed as Santa Claus prays at the Latin Church in the West Bank village of Zababdah, near Jenin
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MORE AND MORE CHINESE PEOPLE ARE CELEBRATING CHRASTMAS DAY IN RECENT YEARS.

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As a matter of Biblical and historical facts and its proven undeniably though growing slowly, JESUS was not born in December 25. Stupid people celebrating something which was or is nothing to do with JESUS. December 25 is European pagan sun deity festival.

Pope even has to acknowledge it!
Soon most people will give up this pagan festival celebration

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