"If a new war breaks out in the region, there is no telling if Kurdistan could again be a safe haven for displaced Christians and other minorities. Remnants of ISIS and other Islamic extremist groups are likely to take advantage of the chaos of another conflict."
Christians Under Siege
“We don’t know precisely who is doing the fighting. But we know that Christians are being hit hardest and first.” – Naseem, father of two in Syria.
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“I don’t approve of Christians leaving the Nineveh Plains. I believe you shouldn’t leave your birthplace and you shouldn’t leave your homeland. People don’t have to leave this area because of their safety, because ISIS is in the past now. I have a good feeling about the future. Life is good here—feel welcome!”
"Lebanese Muslims are very much influenced by Christians—they are different than Muslims in Syria or Iraq, because they have lived side by side with many Christians and have been exposed to Christian values, including their support for democracy, and tolerance. That is a vital, indispensable gift Christians have to offer the region."