Christianity Is 'Close To Extinction' In The Middle East

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    Read more ....Christianity 'close to extinction' in Middle East - Telegraph

    My Comment: I have remarked on more than one occasion that this is one of the most under-reported stories of the past few years.

    And the ONLY Mid-East country that protects Christians and their churches is ISRAEL!!!
     
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    Good. Christians you need to get the hell outta there. That place is bat shit crazy.
     
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    No surprise there. My maternal grandparents were one of the first wave (Armenians in Turkey). To be fair, unlike my grandparents, many Christians move exactly because they realize they can go to a better world where their children can assimilate.
     
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