Iraq: Christian Refugees Ask for PrayerWhen ISIS (Islamic State) conquered large swaths of northern Iraq more than a year ago, they gave Christians four choices: leave, stay and pay the Islamic tax for non-Muslims (jizya), convert to Islam or die. Most left. Many of the Christians who fled ISIS are not in the larger refugee camps. Instead, they live in neighborhoods throughout Kurdistan and in Erbil. Chris Mitchell reports. (Length 3:00 | From Christian World News)
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