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  • In this Sunday, June 15, 2014 photo, Iraqis attend Mass at the Chaldean Church of the Virgin Mary of the Harvest, in Alqosh, set in the seventh century Saint Hormoz monastery built into a hill overlooking Alqosh, a village of some 6,000 inhabitants about 50 kilometers (31 miles) north of Mosul, northern Iraq. Dozens of Christian families that fled to this ancient Iraqi village have taken a much-traversed route -- many from their minority community have escaped to Alqosh before, in fear for their lives. This time, few say they want to go back to their homes, seeking safety under the Kurdish forces known as the peshmerga. (AP Photo)

Iraqi Ministry of Justice: Christian property will be protected

Baghdad – The Iraqi government will adopt measures to protect the real estate property of Christians who have left the Country, and to prevent that their homes and their land illegally change owner during their

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HCEF Conference Panel Explores Current State of Palestinian Christians: Persecuted On All Sides

WASHINGTON, DC – The Holy Land Christian Ecumenical Foundation’s (HCEF) 17th International Conference introduces a new panel titled: “Palestinian Christians – Persecuted on all Sides.”

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Iraqi Christians denied asylum in US, facing looming expulsion

Nearly two dozen Iraqi Christians who fled ISIS and crossed into the U.S. from Mexico seeking religious asylum have been denied protection and could be booted from American soil within days, a federal official said.

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Renowned Arab Christians Who Contributed to Arab Islamic Civilization

Arab Christians made significant contributions in the areas of science, literature, medicine and more during the early Islamic era. We will be featuring some of these individuals who played an integral role in building the Arab Islamic Civilization, as published in an Arabic collection by the Royal Institute for Inter-Faith Studies in Jordan.

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