June 18, 2014
So Where Do Mosul's Christians Go Now?Topics: Political News and commentaries
In the face of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) jihadists marching through Iraq, leaving slaughter and mass graves in their wake, Mosul's Aramaic-speaking Christians have fled for their lives ... abandoning 2000 years of history as they have been abandoned by the West.
Over two days last week, every one of Mosul's thousands of Christians fled the Sunni Jihadi invasion and they are not going back. All their ancient and beautiful churches and monasteries there will remain closed, and a handful have already been desecrated. In effect, a targeted religious cleansing of Christians has taken place in Iraq's second largest city and one known through much of the past 2,000 years as Nineveh, Iraq's Christian center.Keep reading here.
ISIS jihadists, reportedly with support from a sizeable segment of Mosul's overwhelmingly Sunni population, have declared the establishment of a caliphate under medieval sharia rules and the black flag of Islamist extremism.
Posted by Hyscience at June 18, 2014 8:34 AM
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