Jonathan Andrews has been researching and writing on Middle East affairs since 2003. He is the UK representative of the International Institute for Religious Freedom and chairs the Muslim World Forum operated by Global Connections.
The Middle East sits at a crossroads of migration. How is migration affecting religious communities? How are the region’s Christians, as well as others of goodwill, responding to the opportunities created by disruption? Why are Middle Eastern church leaders asking Christians to stay in the region?
This book offers credible reasons why emigration should be the option of last resort.