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Iraqi Christians were safer under Saddam Hussein
By: Mr. Fadi K. Kalasho
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Although Iraq has a supposed democratic government; Iraqi Christians were safer and had more protection under former Iraqi president Saddam Hussein.

During the buildup to the U.S.-led invasion in 2003, VATICAN officials had criticized the U.S. government's plan of preventative war and said a unilateral war against Iraq would be a "crime against peace."

"The facts speak for themselves. Alienating the international community (with the U.S. push for war) was a mistake.

 An "unjust approach" was used to unseat Saddam Hussein from power, resulting in the mounting chaos in Iraq today.

"Power is in the hands of the strongest -- the Shiites -- and the country is in a sectarian civil war (between Sunni and Shiite Muslims) in which not even Christians are spared.

Christians, "paradoxically, were more protected under the so called dictatorship," of Saddam Hussein
". The situation now is clearly worse" than under Saddam Hussein

"There's no comparison between Iraq now and then," Things are the most difficult they have ever been for Christians. Probably ever in history. They've never known it like now."  And the Christians have been here for more than 2,000 years.

But now, after 2,000 years, Iraqi Christians are being hunted, murdered and forced to flee -- persecuted on a biblical scale in Iraq's religious civil war. Many Iraqi Christian churches are destroyed or abandoned.
In modern times, under Saddam Hussein, Christians were treated much the same as Muslims; Saddam's right hand man, MR. Tariq Aziz, was/is a Christian. Before the war it's estimated there were about a million Christians in Iraq. They were a small minority, but free to worship, free to build churches, and free to speak the ancient language of Jesus, Aramaic. But, after the invasion, Muslim militants launched a war on each other and the cross."
No one can be sure, but most of Iraq's Christians have fled or been killed. Those still in Iraq are too old, too ill or too poor to run. The U.S. forces do not protect the churches, there's a hands-off policy for all religious sites. The Christians feel that if they are overly protected that someone underground covertly will come in and murder the Christians because they're collaborating with the U.S. forces.
Repressed under Saddam Hussein, Iraq's Christian population has been decimated since the U.S.-led invasion in 2003. Muslim extremists have murdered priests and burned churches and Christian-owned shops and homes. Priests in Iraq estimate that fewer than 500,000 Christians remain, about a third of the number as before. No one understands why the U.S. doses not take more refuges. the U.S. unleashed this when they deposed Saddam Hussein .Seems like the U.S. should take care of those endangered by the aftermath, whether because they are ethnic minorities or because they've decided to work for the U.S. military or contractors .
"I find it appalling that the U.S. having perhaps inadvertently caused the refugee crisis in Iraq now essentially pretends it doesn't exist. The United States thinks it overthrew a dictator in Saddam Hussein. But On the other hand, the occupation of Iraq after his overthrow has been a complete fiasco. Whatever terrorist organizations that didn't exist in Iraq do now, largely in resistance to the U.S. And ordinary citizens are running for their lives.
"If the United States intervenes in a nation's affairs, ostensibly to restore or create human rights for the population, then the united states government should have assumed the burden of protecting those who become the targets of persecution as an inadvertent result of the U.S. involvement.
Note: my name is Mr. Fadi K. Kalasho; I'm not a writer or a journalist of any sort, I gather all my information from following reliable sources and articles from respected journalist around the world, also I am a reader of history and present time. I modify and edit different articles and information the simplest way possible to get the message to be clearly presented to the people.
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