Dominique Soguel writes for The Christian Science Monitor.
Before the start of Syria’s crisis in 2011, Christians made up 10–12 percent of the country’s 18 million people.
In camps for displaced people in northern Iraq and a home for survivors in Syria, the staccato testimonies, glazed eyes, and malnourished bodies of boys who left Baghouz in recent weeks hint at the depth of their trauma.
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