Giant cross rises in land where ISIS once ruled


The cross seen above was just erected by Iraqi Christians in the village of Telekuf-Tesqopa, near Mosul.  For the last two and a half years, the area had been under the control of ISIS, until the Iraqi army drove them out.

According to the story from CNA/EWTN, Christians have been erecting crosses in prominent places throughout newly liberated areas of the country.

Reportedly many Muslims are also participating in these events.  In one remarkable episode, a group of young Muslim men helped clean out a damaged church dedicated to the Blessed Virgin.

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