By Mindy Belz
“Everywhere militants have been blowing up Christians, their church buildings, their retailers. They threatened them with kidnapping. They promised to take their young ones. The message to those ‘infidels’: you don't have any position in Iraq. Pay a penalty to stick, depart, or be killed.”
Sweeping from Syria into Iraq, Islamic kingdom combatants (ISIS) were brutalizing and annihilating Christians. How? Why? the place did the terrorists come from, and what should be performed to prevent them? For greater than a decade, journalist Mindy Belz has said at the flooring from the center East, giving her remarkable entry to the tale not anyone desires to think. In They Say we're Infidels, she brings the stark truth of this escalating genocide to mild, monitoring the tales of real-life Christians who refuse to desert their faith—even within the face of wasting every little thing, together with their lives.
As Reading Lolita in Tehran did for Iran and We desire to tell you That the following day we'll Be Killed with Our Families did for Rwanda, They Say we're Infidels shines gentle into the center East throughout the tales of daily heroes and heroines who are not silenced. A must-read for somebody looking a less attackable grab at the complicated dynamics at play in war-torn Iraq and Syria, They Say we're Infidels is the eye-opening and revelatory testimony of a journalist who heads right into a struggle zone—and is endlessly replaced through the folks she encounters there.
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