Worshipers on Friday morning at the Holy Family Chaldean Catholic Church in the small Canadian city of Windsor can be heard praying in Arabic and, at times, in Chaldean, a neo-Aramaic language, still surviving in both Iraq and Syria.
There is no recent official census but the number of Christians living in Iraq. (Photo: Dina al-Shibeeb)
‘Every inch of my land’
BREAKING: KDP dominated provincial council has issued a warning to Alqosh residents telling them to stop protesting or face consequences. pic.twitter.com/oa8btpcaA1— Max J. Joseph 🔴 (@DeadmanMax) September 2, 2017
Displaced Iraqi Christians take part in celebrations on October 18, 2016 in Arbil, to mark the liberation of Qaraqosh, which was overrun by ISIS in August 2014. (AFP)