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Is There Hope For The Christians in Mosul? - Perspectives Daily

August 7, 2017
Is there hope for the Christians in Mosul, Iraq now that ISIS has been neutralized in the region? With much of the cities infrastructure destroyed, their churches and homes reduced to rubble, what is left for them? Is it too late?
In today's special edition of Perspectives Daily, we talk to Carl Hétu, the Canadian National Director of CNEWA (Catholic Near East Welfare Association), about the current situation and reality for the Christian community in the region and the dangers that they now face.
 
 
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