Ankara's air raids on separatist bases in Iraq are nothing new as similar episodes occurred in 2007 and 2018.
Secretary General of Caritas International, Aloysius John described the situation in the country as tragic.
The curriculum does not include material relating to the persecution of Christians. Instead, Christians are depicted as infidels.
"We have learnt in the mission that nothing is impossible for God."
Converting to Christianity and preaching the Gospel are considered "crimes against national security" in Iran.
The vast majority of Iraqi Christians are Aramaic-speaking native Assyrians. Iraq has been their home for 2,000 years.
Caviezel emphasised that it’s essential for Christians to pay attention to these troubling acts of persecution and to take action.
Between 300,000 to 900,000 Christians have left the country since the outbreak of the Syrian Civil War in 2011.
The SAT-7 Christian TV channel was watched seven times more during the coronavirus lockdown than before.