Christians in Iraq An analysis of some recent political developments

@inproceedings{Teule2012ChristiansII,
  title={Christians in Iraq An analysis of some recent political developments},
  author={H. Teule},
  year={2012}
}
Abstract The collapse of the Saddam regime in March 2003 saw the publication of a number of articles or more encompassing works devoted to the situation of the Christian communities in Iraq. The majority of these focus on ecclesiastical issues and much less on political developments. However, it is clear that it would be artificial to separate the religious from the political: some religious leaders actively participate in the political debate and express views on the ethnic profile of their… Expand
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