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Vicar of Baghdad: ‘No chance’ of talking to Islamic State

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Six Hundred gather in London for Iraq prayer vigil

Prayers were said outside the Houses of Parliament in a sign of solidarity for Iraq’s persecuted Christians. Six Hundred Christians have dropped to their knees in a minute’s silence held in London’s Parliament Square to pray for the tens of … Continue reading

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Slavery alert as Iraq crisis deepens

“She said she is going to be sold as a slave this afternoon, for $10. What can a father say to that? How can I help? We all feel so useless.”1 Can you imagine hearing news like this? This is … Continue reading

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Action against Islamists in Iraq.

For some time the posts over at Bridge Ward News have been, well, shall we say, interesting. But James’ latest post here mostly, makes a lot of sense. James Spencer says If we get involved in the fight against the … Continue reading

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Support for the Christians of Iraq.

The Vicar of Baghdad, the Revd Canon Andrew White, has issued an impassioned plea for prayer and support as the ISIS onslaught against the minority Christian community in the country continues. ISIS, now known simply as the Islamic State (IS), … Continue reading

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Save the Christians of Iraq

Demonstrations against the criminal enterprise that is ISIS have been held in England, Canada, Germany, France, Unites States, Sweden, Denmark and Australia since the militia began threatening Christians in Mosul to convert or be killed. In many protests the demonstrators … Continue reading

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The Muddled East

Over the weekend, while the world’s gaze was on Gaza and Syria, the situation of Christians in northern Iraq took a sharp turn for the worse, with thousands forced to flee their homes. The situation is so dire that a … Continue reading

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