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Iraq: believers survive and thrive

‘You can say you are not a man or a woman, you can say you are not a Kurd, but you cannot say you are not a Muslim; it’s in your DNA.’

Paul Perkin, St Mark’s, Battersea Rise

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Roses are the national flower of Iraq, introduced to the West by Alexander the Great | photo: iStock

This is according to a Muslim-background believer in Jesus (MBB), who indeed told his family he was now a believer in Isa [Jesus]. He came to Christ through an atheist newspaper telling the accounts of people who had turned from Islam to Jesus (the paper held no candle for any religion but was vaguely interested in those who converted from one to another!)