No Christmas Celebrations In Mosul, Iraq This Year

There were no Christmas celebrations in Mosul, Iraq this year.
ISIS forced the last Christians to flee Mosul this year.

Christians have called Mosul their home fore 1,700 years.

Internally displaced Iraqi Christians who fled violence in Mosul celebrated Christmas in Baghdad on Wednesday.
80 families gathered at a school which they use as a temporary shelter.
One Iraqi woman in Kurdistan said:

Western countries are celebrating. We are living in humiliation. We want to go our churches in the new year.

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