The survival story of Iraqi Christians

To protect their identity in the midst of countless Muslims, Iraqi Christians have had to look deeply at their roots and keep Aramaic as their official language. Despite this, they did not isolate themselves, but also communicated in Arabic in order to speak with the Muslim world.

Cardinal Filoni, apostolic nuncio for Iraq from 2001 to 2005, has published the story of Christian communities in the country in a book. He believes that it will help other christians in the future, so they do not make the same mistakes.

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