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Wed June 18, 2014
A million Iraqi Christians have fled their home country; some found new homes in Michigan
Headlines and images emerging from Iraq have put a spotlight on warfare between Sunni and Shiite sects of Islam.
But these are uneasy times for Christian Iraqis – or Chaldeans.
Since 2003, about a million Iraqi Christians have fled their home country since the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq and the fall of Saddam Hussein caused other groups to see the Chaldeans as U.S. allies.
Many of those Chaldeans have found new homes in Michigan.
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