Monthly Archives: November 2010

Terrorized Christians consider leaving Iraq

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GMTPanARMENIAN.Net – Terrorist attacks against Christians have caused those living in Mosul to consider leaving the city in Iraq’s north, according to Emil Shamoun Noona, the Chaldean Catholic Archbishop of Mosul.…

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Iraqi Christians flee to Kurdish north

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BAGHDAD // With attacks on their community continuing, Iraqi Christians in Baghdad are looking north to the Kurdish region, as they seek safety and an alternative to fleeing their country entirely.…

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Muslims, Christians, Jews should never rally alone

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Ahmed Rehab, Executive Director, Council of American-Islamic Relations-Chicago The Council on American-Islamic Relations recently rallied alongside Chicago’s Assyrian community to condemn violence against Iraqi Christians.…

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J-S LETTER: Face the reality of extreme Islam

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Sunday, Nov. 7, an al Qaeda affiliated terrorist group stormed into the cathedral of the Syriac Catholic Church during the evening Mass, killing the priest offering the Holy Mass. Two other priests were murdered as well.…

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Deadly attacks on Iraqi Christians continue

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Baghdad, Iraq (CNN) — Three people were killed Monday in Iraq in the latest attack targeting Christians, police in the city of Mosul said. In one attack, two Christian brothers were killed in Mosul when gunmen broke into…

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Iraqi Christians seek safe haven in Jordan

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AMMAN — A spate of attacks targeting Christians in Iraq has forced many to flee to neighbouring Jordan which many see as a stepping stone to a new life as far away as possible from the violence-ridden country.…

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Assyrians’ Plea to Australian Government

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Black March Sydney, Address: The Significance of Australia’s Intervention in Iraq and the Contemporary Assyrian Genocide.” – i.e. Speech by Ray Elishapour We, as members of the Assyrian, community,…

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PV Vivekanand: Christians face extinction in Iraq

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Representatives of Assyrian, Chaldean and Aramaean Christians in Iraq are proposing the creation of an autonomously administered region for their people in the Ninewa province in the northern part of the country. “In the Ninewa plains, Christians,…

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Chaldeans praying for end to violence

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By Malin Jordan   SURREY–It wasn’t the usual Sunday Mass for Chaldean Catholic worshippers at Our Lady of Good Counsel Church in Surrey Nov. 14. Instead, the usual smiles, kind…

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Christians of Iraq in danger

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Raymond George -California  The Iraqi Christian community is mourning the deaths of their loved ones after the deadly attack at Our Lady of Salvation Syriac Catholic Church in Baghdad where two…

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Christians in Iraq

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Canon Andrew White Many of us Christians in the Middle East are under attack. While we have been under attack in Iraq since 2003, in the past month it has all changed for us. 93 Christians…

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The ethnic cleansing of Iraqi Christians

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By Noori Barka, Iraqi Christians are the indigenous people of Mesopotamia. Their history goes back to ancient Babylon and Ur of the Chaldeans. They are the original builders of the Cradle…

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