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Britain's Times warns: Christians in Iraq goal Daash again



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Britain's Times warns: Christians in Iraq goal Daash again

Post by rocky on Fri 12 Aug 2016, 2:34 am

[ltr]Britain's Times warns: Christians in Iraq goal Daash again[/ltr]

 Since 11/08/2016 21:04 pm (Baghdad time)

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[ltr]Britain's Times newspaper warned of the targeted organization Daash again Christians in Iraq.[/ltr]
[ltr]The newspaper wrote in the latest edition of the journal Daash (glutinous) described the Christians as "infidels."[/ltr]
[ltr]The size of this threat can not be overestimated. According to the Quran is considered the Christian people of the book and they are entitled pursuant to the exercise of their religion. "The newspaper added," When Daash dominated two years ago in the Iraqi city of Mosul, seen as a mandate looting all Christians of property and expelled from the city - but at least provided them the horror that their neighbors suffered Yezidis " .[/ltr]
[ltr]The paper warned that there are currently a foretaste abandoned Daash for this relative reservation towards Christians signals.She wrote: "When Christians are not defined as people of the book but infidels, why if you become immune to most of the Yezidis for Daash thirst for blood." The newspaper said "the danger to Christians in the Middle East is clearly visible for a long time, but after the death of a French priest during Mass last month, no one should doubt that the churches in Europe is also a target." Ended m h n[/ltr]


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