Don’t take your freedom for granted: Prince Charles
Alex Williams Premier Media

Alex Williams Premier Media

Prince Charles has urged Christians in the UK not to take for granted the freedom to practise their faith, as he pointed to extreme persecution against believers in the Middle East.

The Prince of Wales issued the stark warning after meeting Christian children forced from their homes by the recent bloody conflict to grip Iraq and Syria.

His Royal Highness said: “It is heart-breaking beyond words to see just how much pain and suffering is being endured by Christians in this day, simply because of their faith.

“As Christians we remember of course how our Lord called upon us to love our enemies and to pray for those who persecute, but for those confronted with such hatred and oppression I can only begin to imagine how incredibly hard it must be to follow Christ’s example.”

More than 700,000 Christians have left Syria during a conflict which is now into its sixth year, while the major city of Aleppo has shed 75 per cent of its Christian population – only 35,000 remain.

Prince Charles attended a prayer service in central London on Tuesday at St Barnabas Church Pimlico, an Anglican church which also hosts a Middle Eastern Catholic congregation.

Addressing members of the local Melkite Greek-Catholic community, he said: “It is so vitally important in this season of Advent and throughout the year that Christians in this country and elsewhere, who enjoy the rights of freedom to worship and freedom of expression, do not take those rights for granted.

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