Lobby for the Christians of Iraq

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House of Commons Meeting on Iraqi Christians

A meeting was in the House of Commons, London at 10 a.m. on tuesday, the 28th october to ask the UK government to help the displaced people of Mosul.The main speakers were Archbishop Toma Dawod and Deacon Ghattas of the Syriac Church who conveyed to the politicians present the terrible suffering of Iraq’s Christians. Present also were representatives of the Minority Rights Group and CHAK (Centre of Halabja).
  It was said by Eilian Williamsthat Britain has a heavy responsibility to help Iraqi Christians because of the past actions of the government

As a result, Lord Alton agreed to ask these questions in the House of Lords (reference number attached)
Lord Alton of Liverpool to ask Her Majesty’s Government what consideration they are giving to providing temporary visas and emergency accommodation for Iraq’s Christian and Mandaean families expelled from their homes in Mosul. HL5992
Lord Alton of Liverpool to ask Her Majesty’s Government whether they deport from Britain members of Iraq’s minorities, particularly the Christians and Mandaeans. HL5993
Lord Alton of Liverpool to ask Her Majesty’s Government how they are providing international protection for Iraqi Christians who have moved to the Nineveh Plain following the events in Mosul of 7-9 October. HL5994
Lord Alton of Liverpool to ask Her Majesty’s Government what financial support is being given to Christians in Mosul who have moved to the Nineveh Plain, Kurdistan and Syria following the events of 7-9 October. HL5995
 We can expect replies within two weeks