Monday, September 24, 2007

Mounting Fears of Assyrian Genocide in Iraq

(AINA) -- According to Assyrian Christian leaders in Iraq the future existence of Iraq's dwindling Christian population hangs in the balance as violence continues unabated. Moreover, direct blame has been leveled at Iraqi governmental as well as Coalition forces' inaction in the face of mounting attacks against Christian population centers.

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1 comment:

Rodak said...

If you will remember back, persecution of Iraqi Christians began almost immediately after the fall of the Baathist regime. I remember seeing stories about shops being vandalized, etc., during the looting. I'm somewhat surprised to learn that some of the Christian community is still there, trying to hold on.