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Iraqi Christians Praying They Can Return to Ancestral Home of Mosul After ISIS' Ethno-Religious Genocide

Iraqi Christians who were driven out of their ancestral home of Mosul by ISIS in 2014 are praying they'll finally be liberated from the terror group after the allied military offensive and able to safely return without reprisal from those who supported IS' ethno-religious genocide.
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