On the Front Lines of the Culture Wars

She’s just one woman working alone — driven by the horror she has seen first hand.

She’s Sister Hatune, a nun in a Syrian Orthodox convent in Germany.

She is trying to get the word out of the growing number of attacks on Christian little girls in Iraq — children as young as 9 being ruthlessly raped and mutilated because their families love Jesus.

In recent years, a growing number of kidnappings, rapes and mutilations of Iraqi Christian girls has been perpetrated by Muslim extremists — who choose easy targets that pose little risk.

CLICK HERE to read how 1 million Christian kids are suffering persecution worldwide

Some 700,000 Iraqi Christians are fleeing this terror — trying to get out of the country, but often they find themselves exposed to similar dangers when they arrive in neighboring Muslim countries.

CLICK HERE to read how Pakistan’s parents coach their kids to avoid breaking the notorious “blasphemy” laws

With no rights and no help from authorities, they are surely in the most desperate of situations.

WARNING: Some of Sister Hatune’s heart-felt plea is graphic. She describes sexual abuse that is not for the faint of heart. Unless you speak German, you will have to follow the interview in the English subtitles. But when she begins to weep, so will you.

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CLICK HERE to read about an Egyptian Christian father and daughter who had to flee to France

And CLICK HERE to read what the Pope has to say about the growing persecution of Christians

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