Iraq Schools Celebrate Clean Water

06/20/2019 Washington D.C. (International Christian Concern) – “When can I get water?” An elderly man appearing in his mid-seventies looked hopefully at ICC’s field representative. Although he certainly needed water in his neighborhood, he was not asking the question for himself. He was

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Kurdistan in Northern Iraq

Spiritually some great things are happening in Kurdistan. There are however not many Christians and it is not an easy harvest field. There are numerous Christian NGO’s and workers in Kurdistan. Many are reaching out to the hundreds of thousands

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Fallujah refugees are coming to Christ

Frontiers USA recently published an encouraging update on the situation in Fallujah, Iraq, the town that was reclaimed from ISIL by Iraqi troops last Summer. Thousands of people from Fallujah had fled to a nearby refugee town, dubbed the City

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Stability in Mosul Could be Years Away.

Christians and non-Sunni Muslims from Mosul, northern Iraq, waiting to return after their city’s liberation from Islamic State is completed, may have many years to wait, and their chances of doing so depend on the actions of the Iraqi Government,

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Iraqi Christians Encouraged to Return to Basra

The head of the Iraqi government in Basra, Iraq’s main port city, has appealed to Iraqi Christians who fled the terrors of Islamic State to return home, and civil authorities are using the Christmas and New Year celebrations to try to

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Iraqi Believers Meeting to Pray on “Christ Day”.

Today, Friday 18th November, Christians living in Erbil, Northern Iraq, will join together in a mass-meeting, which they have called “Christ Day”. Iraqi Christians will come together to pray, seek God’s face, humble themselves before God and call on His

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