ISTANBUL (TheBlaze/AP) — With 1.5 billion followers behind them, two Christian leaders made a powerful show of on unity Sunday — and pleaded with the Islamic State to seek peace.
The heads of the Catholic and Orthodox churches have demanded an end to the violent persecution of Christians in the Middle East and called for dialogue with Muslims to work together to promote peace and justice in the region.
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