Meanwhile, the craven and feckless U.S. bishops stand by and say nothing and do nothing about this, because they’re afraid to harm their chimerical and self-defeating charade of “dialogue” with Muslim leaders in the West, whose “dialogue” consists of slyly packaged dawah that the bishops are too addled by politically correct willful blindness to notice. In fact, it’s even worse than that: not only are the U.S. bishops standing by silently in the face of this persecution; they’re also working actively to silence those voices that are speaking up about it and calling it what it is. As such, they bear as much responsibility for the ruined lives of these Christians as their persecutors.
(IraqiNews.com) Dohuk – Nineveh Provincial Council member Anwar Mata announced on Wednesday, that more than 100 thousand Christians have been displaced from Mosul and Nineveh Province, while 20 thousand others have fled the country.
Mata said in an interview for IraqiNews.com, “more than 120 thousand Christians displaced from Mosul and Nineveh after ISIS control on Mosul,” noting that, “about 20 thousand of them have migrated Iraq since last year.”
“The lack of interest of the federal government towards the displaced Christians pushed them to migrate outside the country,” noting that, “the psychological and moral damage was greater than the loss of their money and property as a result of ISIS occupation of Mosul.” Mata added.