Vicar of Baghdad says that 'Jesus is all we have left'
December 17, 2014
All Christians in Iraq have left is the love of the 'refugee child' – Jesus, according to the Vicar of Baghdad. In his Christmas message from Bethlehem, where he is based after being forced to leave Baghdad for his own safety, Canon Andrew White refers to the refugee camp in the north of Baghdad where members of his staff have "fed and clothed, provided mattresses and cradles for the thousands and thousands of internally displaced people" who have fled the ravages of Islamic State forces.
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