Talk:Christianity in Iraq

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Original Research[edit]

This source,[1], National Geographic Magazine, does not state, Christians are suffering from lack of security since the invasion in 2003.. This article is about Christianity in Iraq, not Christians in the Levant.

Also, this sentence, The vast majority of them live in the capital Baghdad and in Mosul, is not supported by the National Geographic article.

Both have been tagged for requests for quotations. --Kansas Bear (talk) 02:57, 5 September 2010 (UTC)