by Jonathan Azaziah
Christmas in the Cradle Of Civilization really is the best Christmas. Here in the liberated Assyrian Christian (Chaldean, specifically) town of Al-Qosh, the biggest cross in all of Iraq is decked out in lights and brightening the entire Ninewa Province skyline. It’s nestled in the mountainside right next to the Rabban Hormizd Monastery, a carved-out holy structure nearly 1,400 years old. Aramaic, the language of Messiah Jesus (A.S.), is still spoken in this ancient place, making it one of only a handful of areas left on Earth that holds such a distinction. The Zionist-CIA-Saudi-formed Takfiri terrorist group of ISIS occupied this land for over two years going back to June of 2014, ruling over it with intolerance and violence but were driven out last November by the Iraqi Popular Mobilization Units (PMU; Hashd al-Shaabi). Daesh left a trail of ruin behind, destroying a plethora of religious and ethnic heritage from a millennia ago, including cathedrals that have stood since the early 700s. The people of Al-Qosh are too resilient to be broken however and they have already started rebuilding. The illuminated cross is just the beginning. Continue reading From Liberated Al-Qosh: Iraq’s Largest Cross Lights Up The Ninewa Skyline For Christmas
by Jonathan Azaziah
ALLAHU Akbar! Portrait of the Virgin Mother Maryam (A.S.) still stands luminously in the Church of the Immaculate Conception in Iraq’s Qaraqosh despite being nearly burnt to ash by Daesh. Looks like the Talmudic, Christ-hating terrorists couldn’t destroy everything, could they? Striking Star Salute to the Iraqi Popular Mobilization Units (PMU), most especially Harakat Hizbullah al-Nujaba and Kata’ib Hizbullah who spearheaded the offensive, for liberating Qaraqosh and preserving its sanctities. The commitment that the people, resistance movements and soldiers of Iraq have to upholding Islamic-Christian unity is, in and of itself, a dagger and a half, nay, TWO daggers right in both eyes of the Zionist New World Order. Continue reading Portrait Of Virgin Mother Maryam (A.S.) Shines Bright In Iraq’s Liberated Qaraqosh
Thousands of Iraqi Christians have established their own military group and are training to fight ISIL in the Nineveh Plains of northern Iraq, The Arab Source reported.
The Nineveh Plains Protection Units (NPU) has 3,000 Assyrian Christian men registered to be trained, while another 500 are already training for combat. The group was founded by the Iraqi political party, the Assyrian Democratic Movement.
Another 500 volunteers from the group are already situated in Assyrian villages in northern Iraq. Continue reading 4,000-Strong Christian Military Force Formed to Fight ISIS in Northern Iraq