Christians In Middle East Share 'My Treedom' Christmas Celebrations On Social Media To Combat Religious Persecution

December 23, 2015

Christians in countries where Christmas is not typically celebrated – or even banned in public – are putting up Christmas trees in their homes and sharing their holiday decorations with the hashtag #MyTreedom. A Facebook page sharing photos of Christmas celebrations has images and Christmas messages from Syria, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Pakistan and more.


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