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ISIS Occupied or Destroyed All Christian Institutions in Mosul

Source: Big Government

For over 2,000 years, Christians and Muslims lived in peace in Mosul, Iraq, the country's largest city. That all changed on June 10, 2014 when the Islamic State, formerly known as ISIS, invaded the city and evicted its Christian population. With the Christians gone, ISIS has begun to destroy or occupy every Christian landmark in the city. The Assyrian International News Agency released a full list of the 45 i ...
Full article at: Big Government 8 hours ago, 12:21pm CDT
 

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ISIS Cocoon

Source: Truth Dig

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Mosul Residents Fight Back as ISIS Tries to Destroy 840-Year-Old Muslim Monument

Source: Big Government

The Islamic State, formerly known as ISIS, is in control of Mosul in Iraq, but the terrorist group is pushing their luck by targeting historic mosques and shrines. The last straw for the residents is the Crooked Minaret. The jihadists marched towards the 840-year-old tower and the people immediately protected it. From The Sydney Morning Herald (SMH): When fighters from the Islamic State group loaded with heavy explosives converged on the site, Mosulis living nea ...
Full article at: Big Government 1 day ago, 2:24pm CDT
 

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N Is for Nazareth

Source: Christianity

ISIS militants are placing on the homes of known Christians a letter “N” for “Nazarene,” identifying those who follow Jesus of Nazareth. Perhaps it’s a good time to reflect on why Nazareth matters, to all of ...
Full article at: Christianity 1 day ago, 11:18am CDT
 

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French Government Offers Asylum to Iraqi Christians

Source: Big Government

The French government has said it is ready to offer asylum to Iraqi Christians forced to flee their homes by jihadist death threats. Many Christians have already been forced out of the northern Iraqi city of Mosul, where the Christian community once numbered 60,000, the largest in a country where Christians have lived for almost 2,000 years. Since the US-led invasion of Iraq, the number of Christians within Iraq has dwindled to a few thousand, with the UN estimating just 20 Christian families ...
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Source: Council on Foreign Relations

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