Save The Aramaic Speaking Christians of Iraq


     Hundreds of Chaldean, Assyrian, Syriac, Christian peoples among them children have been killed in the North of Iraq and Baghdad since the "liberation" or for many the invasion of Iraq.  

     Raneed Raad 16 and her sister Raphid 6 were slaughtered in their home by Muslim extremists.  The family of the two children were threatened and while their parents were away Muslim extremists entered their home and shot the two Children. 

     The Christians of Iraq are doing the best they can to let the world know that they need help and are being intimidated, threatened, and killed because they are Christians.  In the past few weeks one of our priests has also been captures and tortured in Iraq by Muslim extremists.

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     Most people don't know what the Christians of Iraq have been going through.  The world must not stand by and watch as the Christian children of Iraq are slaughtered.  The last time this occurred was during the Genocide of the Sword of 1915 where thousands upon thousands of our population perished all over the Middle East.

     The Chaldean, Assyrian, Syriac, Christian people are the Indigenous people of Mesopotamia today’s Iraq, and they speak the Aramaic language that was spoken by Jesus of Nazareth, the Christ.  They want to live in peace with their neighbours but they need your help now because they are facing extinction.
     Please sign the petition to show your support for the Christians of Iraq and to let the United States of America know that it should be doing more to ensure the safety of the Christian people of Iraq since Muslim extremists have entered the country, increased, and have unleashed themselves upn the Christians population of Iraq since the United States entered Iraq.


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