Old Monastery Symbolizes Iraqi Christians' Resilience After IS Destruction

November 22, 2017 07:41 PM
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The 14-century-old Rabban Hormizd Monastery in northern Mosul has become a popular destination for thousands of Iraq's Christians who were targeted by the Islamic State group. Visitors say the monastery represents the ability of Christians to survive during one of the most turbulent times in Iraq. VOA's Kawa Omar reports.