I’m reporting from the ancient city of Telskuf, Iraq, that is 100 per cent Christian. Some 1,400 people lived in this town before it was invaded by ISIS— not once, but twice.
They’re finally getting help, however, the future of this Christian town is in doubt.
I spoke with one official on the ground who said this is the final chapter for Christians in Iraq and he has no hope that peace will come to the land, even if ISIS goes away.
He worries about what’s waiting in the wings after ISIS is gone, especially because their numbers have plummeted so much that after this, there will be no more Christians in Iraq.
While the despair is understandable, that’s why we’re here and why we’re asking for your help too.
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