Tag: Iraq

Attack on Iraqi Christian home sparks insecurity fear

The Christian presence in the region is dwindling as Christians face persecution from many angles.

EWTN: Since 2017, Hungary Helps supports persecuted Christian students

Hungary Helps scholarship program enables many young students living in crisis regions to study at Hungarian universities.

Webinar on sexual violence against women from religious minorities

Targeting vulnerable religious communities through sexual violence and exploitation of women

Marian statue destroyed by jihadists symbolises martyrdom of Iraqi Christians

The statue, targeted by jihadists, has made a long and perilous journey from Iraq to Italy.

At least thirty-four Christian candidates will participate in Iraqui elections

At least thirty-four Christian candidates on the electoral lists will compete for the 325 seats in the Parliament in the next Iraq

Kurdistan region pledges protection of Christian rights

The Nineveh plains and northern Iraq is home to many of the country’s remaining Christians.

Budapest Report: All that must be known about modern age Christian persecution

In this article we offer some general ideas about the role of state and religious organisation in protection of Christianity

Budapest Report on Christian Persecution report: Part 3

This article is an overview of a chapter in the "General theoretical reflections on the State of Security of Christians"

Iraqi government seeks to address Pope Francis' concerns

Christians living in Nineveh Governorate face near-daily security threats with the presence of radical Muslim militia.