Sunday, August 3, 2014

Forgotten Christians and Vilified Jews

Christians and Jews are both under attack from the Religion of Peace yet one is vilified for fighting for its own survival while the plight of the other is largely ignored!

While world opinion moves squarely against Israel as it fights for survival against a terrorist group acting as a proxy for other terrorist groups along with some Middle Eastern governments, the plight of the Christians has gone largely ignored by the mainstream media!

Here is a small snippet of the plight of Christians in many Muslim-controlled countries through the lens of what has happened to the 45 institutions in ISIS controlled Mosul since the terrorist organizations takeover there June 10th:

List of religious institutions destroyed, occupied, converted to mosques, converted to ISIS headquarters or shuttered in Mosul!

Syriac Catholic Church:
  1. Syrian Catholic Diocese - Maidan Neighborhood, Mosul
  2. The Old Church of the Immaculate - Maidan Neighborhood, Mosul (The church goes back to the eighth century AD)
  3. The New Church of the Immaculate - Maidan Neighborhood
  4. Church of Mar (Saint) Toma - Khazraj Neighborhood
  5. Museum of Mar (Saint) Toma - Khazraj Neighborhood
  6. Church of Our Lady of the Annunciation - Muhandiseen Neighborhood
  7. Church of the Virgin of Fatima - Faisaliah Neighborhood
  8. Our Lady of Deliverance Chapel - Shifaa Neighborhood
  9. The House of the Young Sisters of Jesus - Ras Al-Kour Neighborhood
  10. Archbishop's Palace Chapel - Dawasa Neighborhood
Syriac Orthodox Church:
  1. Syrian Orthodox Archdiocese - Shurta Neighborhood
  2. The Antiquarian Church of Saint Ahodeeni - Bab AlJadeed Neighborhood
  3. Mar (Saint) Toma Church and cemetery, (the old Bishopric) - Khazraj Neighborhood
  4. Church of The Immaculate (Castle) - Maidan Neighborhood
  5. Church of The Immaculate - Shifaa Neighborhood
  6. Mar (Saint) Aprim Church - Shurta Neighborhood
  7. St. Joseph Church - The New Mosul Neighborhood
Holy Apostolic Catholic Assyrian Church of the East:
  1. Diocese of the Assyrian Church of the East - Noor Neighborhood
  2. Assyrian Church of the East, Dawasa Neighborhood
  3. Church of the Virgin Mary (old rite) - Wihda Neighborhood
Chaldean Church of Babylon:
  1. Chaldean Diocese - Shurta Neighborhood
  2. Miskinta Church - Mayassa Neighborhood
  3. The Antiquarian Church of Shimon alSafa - Mayassa Neighborhood
  4. Church of Mar (Saint) Buthyoon - Shahar AlSouq Neighborhood
  5. Church of St. Ephrem, Wady AlAin Neighborhood
  6. Church of St. Paul - Majmooaa AlThaqafiya District
  7. The Old Church of the Immaculate (with the bombed archdiocese)- Shifaa Neighborhood
  8. Church of the Holy Spirit - Bakir Neighborhood
  9. Church of the Virgin Mary - Drakziliya Neighborhood
  10. Ancient Church of Saint Isaiah and Cemetery - Ras AlKour Neighborhood
  11. Mother of Aid Church - Dawasa Neighborhood
  12. The Antiquarian Church of St. George- Khazraj Neighborhood
  13. St. George Monastery with Cemetery - Arab Neighborhood
  14. Monastery of AlNasir (Victory) - Arab Neighborhood
  15. Convent of the Chaldean Nuns - Mayassa Neighborhood
  16. Monastery of St. Michael - Hawi Church Neighborhood
  17. The Antiquarian Monastery of St. Elijah - Ghazlany Neighborhood
Armenian Orthodox Church:
  1. Armenian Church - Maidan Neighborhood
  2. The New Armenian Church - Wihda Neighborhood
Evangelical Presbyterian Church:
  1. Evangelical Presbyterian Church - Mayassa Neighborhood
Latin Church:
  1. Latin Church and Monastery of the Dominican Fathers and Convent of Katrina Siena Nuns - Sa'a Neighborhood
  2. Convent of the Dominican Sisters, - Mosul AlJadeed Neighborhood
  3. Convent of the Dominican Sisters (AlKilma Monastery) - Majmooaa AlThaqafiya District
  4. House of Qasada AlRasouliya (Apostolic Aim) (Institute of St. John the Beloved)
  1. Christian Cemetery in the Ekab Valley which contains a small chapel. (Source)


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