What Will It Take to Return Christians to Their Homeland in Iraq?

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By John Burger http://www.aleteia.org - 5/5/15 The Iraqi Interior Ministry has announced the creation of a joint task force to start military operations aimed at freeing Mosul and Nineveh province, currently in the hands of the Islamic State group, according to Fides news agency. Such a move would have great implications for the tens of thousands of Christians who ...

Christians in Iraq Face Uncertain Future

Iraqi Christians in a Refugee camp

By John Burger http://www.aleteia.org - October 2014 Tens of thousands of refugees in northern Iraq are facing a winter living in tents or unfinished concrete buildings. Humanitarian aid organizations, local governments and NGOs are doing what they can to keep internally displaced persons warm, healthy and well-fed, but the task is huge, and some people on the ground say ...

Christians Set Aside Differences as ‘Arab Spring’ Presents Uncertain Future

 John Burger - 4/7/13 Threats of radical Islam to Christians the Arab world put old Christian disputes in perspective. While full communion between the Catholic and Orthodox Churches may be a long way off, members of both bodies in Western countries are beginning to work on social issues of common concern, particularly life, marriage and religious freedom. But while ...