The Mideast's Disappearing Christians

The Mideast's Disappearing Christians
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After 10 years working side by side with Iraq’s Christians facing possible extinction, Stephen Rasche wanted to tell their story — but in a different way, one that let their authentic voice emerge.

This has led to the publication of his new book The Disappearing People: The Tragic Fate of Christians in the Middle East — a “beautiful, disturbing, awful story that needed to be told,” according to Thomas Farr, president of the Religious Freedom Institute, and what Gregory Stanton, founding president of Genocide Watch, has called the best book ever written about the genocide of Christians and Yazidis in Iraq.

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