Wednesday, March 23, 2005


It almost seem unseemly to single out any group in Iraq for special attention as victims of terror, but here's an interesting report from MEMRI about the plight of Iraqi Christians. As Dr Nimrod Raphaeli writes,

"The high level of violence in Iraq has affected every sector of the Iraqi population, and Christians are no exception. They have, however, been specifically targeted by Islamists, who either accuse them of collaborating with the 'invading crusading army' or label them infidels."
While the Muslim communities in the West are thriving, in a sad contrast, the few remaining Christians throughout the Middle East seem to be endangered species.


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