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Islamic Arab Terrorists Threaten Indigenous Christian Assyrians

by AssyrianChristians.com

Posted: Friday, June 11, 2004 at 05:48 PM UT


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This is the exact copy of the letter and a rough translation that has been sent to families throughout Iraq, including the Assyrians, notifying them that if they do not convert to Islam, they will either be raped, killed, kidnapped, or burned alive in their homes.

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In English

Islamic Arab Terrorists Threaten Indigenous Christian Assyrians


In Arabic

Islamic Arab Terrorists Threaten Indigenous Christian Assyrians (in Arabic)


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