Is there progress in Iraq?

Michael Yon seems to think so.

And it’s a definite change from some other, more stable parts of the middle east.  You know what the chance of a Saudi or Egyptian muslim community helping their Christian minorities set up a church is?

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  1. Mike

     /  November 8, 2007

    Less than zero? Especially considering its illegal to have a church in Saudi Arabia. Egypt MIGHT do it, if the stars aligned.

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  2. They’d have to be some really amazing stars, since the normal order of the week is for said communities to simply murder the people who go to and run the churches. The Copts are fleeing their ancient home, and for good reason.

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