Christians Fight Fear of Persecution in Iraq Christians, and even some non-Christians, are spending a bleak holiday in Iraq. Midnight mass was canceled due to a standing 9 p.m. curfew and many Christians are choosing to stay home out of fear.
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Christians Fight Fear of Persecution in Iraq

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Christians Fight Fear of Persecution in Iraq

Christians Fight Fear of Persecution in Iraq

Christians Fight Fear of Persecution in Iraq

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Christians, and even some non-Christians, are spending a bleak holiday in Iraq, which is not yet a welcome climate for minority religions. Midnight mass was canceled due to a standing 9 p.m. curfew and many Christians are choosing to stay home out of fear.