Middle Eastern Christians in dire straits – but the West doesn’t want to know

“In Iraq, a population that numbered more than a million in the 1990s dwindled to less than a third of that in the wake of the US-led invasion and removal of the secular government of Saddam Hussein. In Syria, under threat since 2011 by Salafist groups armed and funded by Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Turkey and other countries – the US shamefully included – Christians seemed to be facing a similar fate.”

Read more: https://www.rt.com/op-edge/415047-syria-christmas-russia-vatican/

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