Taghreed Isma’il, center, asks the archbishop of Canterbury at the Anglican church of St. Paul in Amman, Jordan to help facilitate resettlement of Christians from the Middle East outside the region. “The Christians are oppressed beyond belief. We can’t live, we can’t go to school, we can’t raise our children, we simply cannot make a life,” said Isma’il, grandmother to nine.
Taghreed Isma’il, center, asks the archbishop of Canterbury at the Anglican church of St. Paul in Amman, Jordan to help facilitate resettlement of Christians from the Middle East outside the region. “The Christians are oppressed beyond belief. We can’t live, we can’t go to school, we can’t raise our children, we simply cannot make a life,” said Isma’il, grandmother to nine. Sam McNeil AP
Taghreed Isma’il, center, asks the archbishop of Canterbury at the Anglican church of St. Paul in Amman, Jordan to help facilitate resettlement of Christians from the Middle East outside the region. “The Christians are oppressed beyond belief. We can’t live, we can’t go to school, we can’t raise our children, we simply cannot make a life,” said Isma’il, grandmother to nine. Sam McNeil AP

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