(Worthy News) - Representatives of international charities operating in Britain are guardedly optimistic that Christians could soon return in numbers to some parts of Iraq from which they have been driven.
The Christian community is now at a turning point in Iraq, said John Pontifex, a British spokesman for Aid to the Church in Need.
Either families begin to return, he said, or the world will have to accept the decline and eradication of the Christian presence in Iraq. [ Source: CNS News (Read More...) ]
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