In their darkest hour, Middle East Christians have powerful friends
Washington Examiner -

Christian communities in the Middle East are facing a bleak season in which mere long-term survival has become an ambitious objective for some ancient groups. In Iraq, a decimated Christian population is trying to rebuild in the midst of an internal power struggle between Baghdad and Erbil, while Iran continues to exert its destabilizing influence through Shia militias. Christians are fleeing Egypt in record numbers in the face of horrific attacks and heavy-handed government harassment. In...

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