July 24, 2014

An Increasingly Intolerant Middle East

William Dalrymple, The Guardian

The Associated Press

In a Middle East rebuilt on intolerant ideologies, there is likely to be little place for beleaguered minorities.

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TAGGED: Christians, Christianity, Middle East, Iraq, Mosul

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