Avram said Christians have not found any support in other powers and sects, and must be wise and remain rooted to their homeland like trees.
During a dinner party held on the occasion of the Babylonian New Year, he noted, “People, ethnic groups, sects and civilizations that enjoy historical depth in the East must not disappear. It is a crime against humanity when such civilizations are marginalized or attacked.”
"There are the same problems in Iraq, Syria, Egypt, and Palestine. The Christian presence deserves equal citizenship regarding dignity, freedoms, and rights,” he continued.
Avram noted it is time for the Lebanese regime to recognize the rights of Christians, and that history will not forgive those who work to prevent them from realizing their rights.