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Jun 19, 2017 by Will Maule

Hundreds Of Detroit Christians Face 'Death Sentence' After Being Ordered Back To Iraq

Hundreds of Christians in Detroit are fearing for their lives as they prepare to be sent back to their home country of Iraq. Immigration officials claim that the majority of those being returned to the Middle East have committed serious crimes, but there are innocent ones among them. 

"We can't say these people went through genocide and send them back to be victimized again! We hope and pray that the issue gets resolved," Pastor Jalil Dawood, the president of World Refugee Care, told The Christian Post. 

"America should never deport Christians to Iraq because they will be in trouble in Iraq as over a million left Iraq since 2003, and this will cause great hardship to their loved ones here," also bringing "harm to them physically, mentally, and spiritually if they [are] ever sent back."

"I understand that some might not have done their paperwork properly or [have] passed their datelines," he added. "But deportation is [an] extreme measure toward peaceful people that just want to survive and do well in this society [and] love America as their new home."

"I find it very disturbing what I have read about Chaldean Christians being rounded up by U.S. ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement) for possible deportation," wrote Franklin Graham on Facebook. "I would encourage the president to have someone investigate these cases thoroughly. I understand a policy of deporting people who are here illegally and have broken the law. I don’t know all of the details, but I would encourage our president to give great consideration to the threat to lives of Christians in countries like Iraq."



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