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Anglicans in Jerusalem and the Middle East

From the Bishop in Cyprus & the Gulf

Sir, - The Revd Dominic Barrington's account of his visit to a wrecked Gaza (News, 17 October) was vivid and timely. But his invitation was not from a "diocese of Jerusalem and the Middle East", as the strapline said.

That name belongs to our whole Province, which includes the dioceses in Egypt (with North Africa & the Horn of Africa); Iran; and Cyprus & the Gulf, stretching from Iraq to the Yemen. The diocese in ...

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