Iraqi Christians Struggle to Survive and Thrive 20 Years After ‘Operation Iraqi Freedom’

National Catholic Register, Edward Pentin:

Twenty years on from the military invasion of Iraq, the country’s Christians continue to suffer from the fallout of the conflict and face persecution, marginalization and displacement while governments and the world’s media largely ignore their situation.

But precisely how did the Iraq War impact Christians, and what lessons can be learned from strategic errors that made the suffering and persecution worse for the ancient community whose presence dates back to the first century, but which has now been forced to the brink of extinction? Report is here.