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Topic: Iraq

Foreign intervention won’t help Iraq, says Baghdad archbishop

Archbishop of Baghdad believes Iraqi leaders must work together to stop Isis

We must offer sanctuary to Iraq’s remaining Christians

The persecuted minority face mass murder under the rule of ISIS

Christian-hating jihadists are poised to eliminate the Church in Iraq

Mosul, Iraq’s second city, is now free of Christians for the first time in 1,800 years

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Action is being taken to help Christians in the Middle East

A grassroots campaign is under way in the US to fight the oppression of religious minorities

When my son was born he was not breathing. Here’s why I begged for help from a martyred Iraqi priest

Even if he was not responsible for a ‘miracle’, I will always be grateful to Fr Ragheed Ganni

Christianity in the Middle East faces extinction, says Government minister

Exodus is on a biblical scale, says Baroness Warsi

‘We can’t fight future wars without Aquinas’

Modern military leaders ignore the insights of Augustine and Aquinas at their peril

Francis wants the Church to be a field hospital: this is what it’s like to work in one

A US Navy chaplain says parishes need to pay more attention to the needs of the wounded

Is there a moral case for a punitive intervention in Syria? One minute I think there is; and then I am not so sure…

Whatever we do, the people of Syria will remain victims of one of the most murderous political criminals—and also of the weakest international leadership—of modern times