July 24, 2014

A Christian Genocide Symbolized by One Letter

Christine Sisto, National Review

The Associated Press

The ن is now being shared on social media as a symbol of solidarity with the Iraqi Christians forced to flee their homes. The Catholic blog Rorate Caeli has wrote, the Islamists “mean it as a mark of shame, we must then wear it as a mark of hope. . . . You may kill our brethren and expel them but we Christians will never go away.”

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TAGGED: Iraq, Christians, Christianity

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