Assyrian Christian and Nobel Peace Prize Nominee Discusses Helping Persecuted Iraqi Christians

At the NRB Convention last month, Star Parker spoke with Juliana Taimoorazy — who was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize twice — about the persecuted Christians of Iraq. Taimoorazy is not from Iraq. She’s Assyrian, born in Iran. She escaped Iran with her family in 1989 and came to the United States legally.

Islamic terrorists murder Christians, including by crucifixion, but the media didn’t talk about this. Christian and conservative media began to cover these issues. Taimoorazy works for the Iraqi Christian Relief Council to raise awareness about the persecuted brothers and sisters in Christ and help rescue them.

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