Christians are living in “near-genocide conditions.”

Kurdistan is divided among several countries but largely retains its own national identity. The Christian population in Iraq is in dire straights. At nearly 1.4 million in the early 1990s, it is down to less than 400,000, according to Most Reverend Bashar Warda, archbishop of Erbil in the northern part of the country. The archbishop was in England and Northern Ireland recently on a visit organized... More

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