Posts Tagged ‘ Iraqi ’

Iraqi Priest Unveils Islamic Oppression

Jun 20th, 2016 | By
One of many bombed out churches in the Middle East

Iraqi Catholic Chaldean priest Douglas Bazi has stated, “When Islam lives amidst you, the situation might appear acceptable, but when one lives amidst Muslims, everything becomes impossible.” Making the point that, “To be Christian in Iraq, it’s impossible mission,”



The plight of displaced Iraqi Christians who fled to Kurdish areas

Oct 6th, 2015 | By

A first hand report from Iraq By William J. Murray, Chairman of the Religious Freedom Coalition: (Erbil, Iraq) Dozens of skeletons of large multi-story buildings rising above the streets in Ankawa and Erbil, Iraq, are now home to Christians fleeing the Islamic State. Not so long ago construction was booming in the Erbil area, which

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First Christmas Event Held For Refugee Children in Lebanon

Dec 14th, 2014 | By

On December 6th the first Christmas dinner for one hundred Christian refugee children was held in Beirut, Lebanon. The next two dinners will be held in Lebanon on in mid-month. The remaining nine planned banquets will be held Lebanon’s Bekaa Valley